Summers Manufacturing Launches New Narrow-Transport Diamond Disks

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New Summers Narrow-Transport Diamond Disks combine high-performance residue management with the ability to fold for transport on narrow roads.

Diamond Disks

Summers Manufacturing introduces new Narrow-Transport Diamond Disks.

The Diamond Disk is a proven tillage concept designed to alleviate some of the issues associated with traditional disks.

Summers Manufacturing has introduced new Narrow-Transport Diamond Disks, available with 28.5-foot cutting widths. Combining high-performance residue management with the ability to fold to 15.5 feet wide for transport on narrow roads, the new models were developed to meet the tillage needs of growers everywhere.

The Diamond Disk is a proven tillage concept designed to alleviate some of the issues associated with traditional disks. The diamond configuration of the disk gangs allows the unit to float over rocks without damage, and it also eliminates ridging, skipping and gouging effects. Other features of the Diamond Disks include a floating hitch to prevent side draft and ensure consistent depth control. The units are also equipped with Super-Flex™ C-shanks and ductile cast spools to absorb shocks and maximize the service life of the implement.

The new Diamond Disks are available with two blade options, both of which are mounted on thick, 2-inch shafts. Model DK9630 comes with 26-inch-diameter full concavity blades for aggressive soil mixing, and model DT9530 comes with notched, 25-inch-diameter low concavity blades for superior residue sizing and use in wet conditions. Both models are offered with two finishing options, including three-bar mounted harrows or rolling baskets with patent-pending internal mud scrapers.

Summers Manufacturing offers a “Field Tested Tough” line of tillage equipment, sprayers, land rollers, rock pickers and mounted attachments. For more information, contact Summers Mfg. Co. Inc., P.O. Box 580, Devils Lake, ND 58301, call 800-732-4392, email sales(at)summersmfg(dot)com, or visit http://www.summersmfg.com.

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