How much is a Vicon spreader?


How much is a Vicon spreader?

The Vicon Fertilizer Spreader is the most accurate spin spreader available for evenly broadcasting fertilizer. The pattern is adjustable from 20′ to a 46′ spread width and is extremely accurate….

Vicon Spreader
400# $2,230.00
950# $2,600.00
1200# $2,950.00
Crating: $50.00

How does a Vicon spreader work?

The name RotaFlow describes the Vicon spreading system; the fertiliser granules are already rotating when they reach the spreading vanes. This initial smooth acceleration of the fertiliser prevents fragmentation of the granules due to impact with the vanes.

What is a pendular spreader?

Standard spout. Frontierâ„¢ Pendular Spreaders are designed to provide a precise spread. To accommodate this, they can be outfitted with various spreader spouts. The spreader spouts are made of nylon and reinforced fiberglass for corrosion resistance and increased durability.

How do you determine spreader settings?

Calibrating Your Spreader

  1. Divide 100 by the square foot the bag of fertilizer covers.
  2. Multiply the weight of the bag by this number.
  3. The answer is the amount of fertilizer needed to cover 100 sq. ft.
  4. Place this amount in the spreader.
  5. Mark off a 10 ft. x 10 ft. area.
  6. Apply using the suggested setting.

What should I set my fertilizer spreader to?

Set your spreader so that it’s ¾ open when engaged. If, for example, the spreader is calibrated 1 to 20, set it at 15. Place eight pounds of Milorganite into the spreader’s hopper. This is about one-fifth bag, or 8 lbs., of Milorganite, which is equivalent to 24 cups.

How do you test a Fertiliser spreader?

A tray test is simple. After laying the trays out across the machine’s spreading width, a run through the trays is made with the tractor and spreader as it would be operated in the field. Fertiliser collected in the trays is then transferred into corresponding test tubes and the contents are recorded.

How do you calibrate a dry fertilizer spreader?

How to Calibrate a Spreader

  1. Determine the amount of fertilizer needed for 100 sq. ft. For example, the fertilizer bag weighs 25 lbs. and covers 5,000 sq.
  2. Place this amount in the spreader.
  3. Mark off the area. For a rotary spreader, use a 10-foot by 10-foot area (100 sq. ft).
  4. Apply using the suggested setting.