IC-Light is the automatic camera steering system which enables precise and fatigue-free hoeing at day and night time. On base of camera images processed by a combination of terminal an job computer, the accurate steering of the EC-Weeder between the rows is facilitaded. Find out more about the IC-Light camera steering system.
The signal for the manual steering comes from the operator who is sitting in a comfortable seat in the rear of the EC-Weeder. He controls the machine visually via a joystick.
Parallel sliding frame EC-Steer
EC-Steer is the parallel steering frame, which transfers the steering signal from the IC-Light or manual steering system to the EC-Weeder hydraulicaly. The hoeing machine is than steered between the rows indepenently from the tractor movements.
Profile tool bar
For flexible row widths: The elements are clamped to a 80×80 mm profile tool bar via robust connections, allowing them to easily moved to cater for various row widths.
The compact one: The Basic-Element is particularly well suited for light soils and short crops with row distances from 15 to 50 cm. A tension spring maintains the appropriate contact pressure to the soil for the correct working depth of the tools.
The all-rounder: The Combi-Element is particularly suitable for row distances from 20 cm to 80 cm and from medium to heavy soil conditions. Hydraulically operated and pressurised elements are availabale as options to allow both manual and GPS-controled lifting via ISOBUS (Section Control). Find out more about our new tool adjustment EC-Space for the Combi-Element.
The heavy one: The TRS-Element is well suited for severe conditions and row distances from 50 to 100 cm. Therefore it is also used in the EC-Ridger machines for earthing-up shares and other heavy tools.
Precisest tool for light conditions and small crops. It slices through weed roots and works about 2 cm close to the crop.
Precisest tool for lighter conditions and all crop sizes. It slices through the weed roots.
Vibroholder with L-blade
Precise tool for all conditions and small crops. The spring-loaded “vibro” holder has a vibrating effect, which uproots and covers weeds. The blades penetrate the soil better.
Vibroholder with A-blade
Precise tool for all conditions and all crop sizes. The spring-loaded “vibro” holder has a vibrating effect, which uproots and covers weeds. The blades penetrate the soil better.
Spring tines with duck foot
Perfect tool for stony soil conditions, as they are able to move forwards and sidewards. The duck foot element mainly acts by cutting the covering weeds.
These discs protect the crop from soil and stones that are moved by the hoeing blades. They are used in combination with A-blades and duck foot shares.
The plates protect the crop from soil and stones that are moved by the hoeing blades. They are used in combination with duck foot shares.
The weed harrow is mounted behind the element and uproots young weeds inter-row. The soil on the roots gets removed, which reduces the risk of renewed grow of the weeds.
The crumble rotor is mounted behind a Basic-Element to uproot small root weeds and to break up crusted soil.
The earthing-up share covers weeds intra-row, so between the crops within a row. The crop needs to be big and strong enough.
The finger weeders uproots weeds intra-row, so between the crops within a row. The strength (vigorousness) of the finger weeder action can be easily adjusted to the crop type and the grow stage.
The rotor weeder uproots and covers weeds intra-row, so between the crops within a row. It is suitable for stronger crops in stony conditions, the strength (vigorousness) can be adjusted to the field conditions.
The torsion weeder uproots and covers small weeds intra-row, so between the crops within a row. It is suitable for more sensitive crops, the strength can be adjusted to the growth stage of the crop.
The spray-set is an option to do row-spraying and hoeing at the same time. Intra-row herbicide or fungicide spraying reduces the amount of spray up to 80%.