The DuraMaxx plough bodies are designed in such a way that mouldboards, slats, and shins can be changed quickly without tools.
- The shin is held in place by a lynch pin. Pulling the pin allows the shin to be removed. The shin, in turn, holds the mouldboard or slats in place. Once the shin is off, these slide forwards and out.
- Even the share point, which is attached with a single bolt only, can be changed much more quickly than on conventional systems.
The DuraMaxx plough body is available with mouldboards or slats.
- The mouldboard and the slats are attached with only two hooks.
- In the case of the slatted bodies the clearance between the slats and supports is greatly increased. Supports are set in line with slats, which reduces the possibility of clogging even in difficult conditions.
Plastic slats are also available for the DuraMaxx plough body. These are ideal for use on extremely sticky soils and in soil conditions in which little pressure is applied to the mouldboard.
- The best sliding properties are achieved by using plastic slats at the top and bottom of areas of the plough body susceptible to adhesion.
The DuraMaxx body therefore works without “adhesion problems” even under extreme conditions.