Subsoil loosener for compacted soils

Waterlogging prevents well-regulated gas exchange in the soil. Crop root growth is impeded, and nutrient uptake is highly restricted. These symptoms lead to yield losses. To prevent this from happening, targeted subsoil loosening is particularly important.

The reliable Labrador subsoiler is ideal for loosening tramlines and breaking up compacted soils.

  • Two or three tines at working depths of up to 65 cm for optimal loosening and drainage of impervious subsoil layers.
  • The chisels can be set to any tractor track width for tramline loosening.
  • Like all other LEMKEN implements, the Labrador is equipped with a spring-steel cross shaft.
  • A basic frame with a 160 mm square profile guarantees high stability and long service life.
Labrador 160
Body Spacing 100 - 225
Tractor output (HP) 75 - 175
Tractor output (kW) 55 - 129
Weight (kg) 485
Chisel 2
Working depth (cm) 65
  • Lower link attachment Cat. 3N=L2 Z3 (or Cat. 3)
  • Box section frame 160 x 160 mm
  • Reversible and exchangeable shares and shins
  • Double cutting shearbolt device
  • Underframe clearance 80 cm
  • Stand
  • Adjustable legs to all tractor track widths