Great Plains 1500TT

GreatPlains 1500TT

Turbo-Till®

 

Leading the Pack

The Series II Turbo-Till® builds on the solid reputation of the original Turbo-Till as the most versatile vertical tillage tool available. It utilizes two ranks of our exclusive Turbo Coulters to aggressively chop residue without hairpinning. Turbo-Till effectively manages residue and reduces compaction in a wide range of conditions, providing a consistent well-prepared seedbed for planting.
Improvements to the Series II include 3" C-shanks and PEER® Maintenance-Free Bearings.
Current uses include warming and drying cool wet soils, incorporating animal waste, and preparing a smooth, level seedbed for planting. Turbo-Till, available in sizes from 12' to 40', is also an excellent fall tool to size and incorporate residue to promote the decaying process.
TURBO COULTER
The turbo design allows the blade flute to attack the residue vertically, providing improved cutting, penetration, and decreased hairpinning.
HYDRAULIC WEIGHT TRANSFER
Transfer valve adjusts weight from center to wings, providing even, constant down pressure to the full width.
DROP AXLE
The greaseless anti-rotational pivot pin virtually eliminates wear in the drop axle pivot.
Exclusive Maintenance-Free Bearings
Great Plains uses the exclusive PEER® TILLXTREME® Maintenance-Free Pillow-Block Bearings in its gangs, as well as smaller TILLXTREME Maintenance-Free Bearings in its rolling attachments.
MODEL INFO Turbo-Till® Series II
MODEL 1500TT
COULTER SPACING 5" (2 offset gangs at 10" spacing per gang)
TIRES 11Lx15
F-ply (4)
WEIGHT (approx. max weight w/ attachments) 12,200 lbs
PTO H.P. REQ (min) 140+
DIMENSIONS
TILLAGE WIDTH 15'
TRANSPORT WIDTH 15' 6"
TRANSPORT HEIGHT N/A
TILLAGE INFO
CENTER SECTION 15'
1ST WING SECTION N/A
2ND WING SECTION N/A

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