Titan Roller Drill

Combining the strength and robustness of the Titan Cambridge roller seed drill, with the accuracy and simplicity of the PS 800 air seeder, gives NZ farmers and contractors the highest-spec roller seeding system available on today’s market.

Thorough‘in-field’ research and development with contractors doing thousands of hectares annually, means this unit has all the features you ever need and some! Large 800 litre seed capacity, simple, safe loading of seed, and accurate metering and in-cab controls all combine to make the largest of seeding jobs easy and enjoyable.

Key Features & Benefits

  • 800l seed capacity (320kg grass seed) with patented self-levelling mounting
  • Highly accurate sowing. Different capacity seed rollers to cater for wide variety of seed type and rate
  • Hydraulically driven fan for optimum airflow to 16 seed hoses direct from hopper. Smooth hose routing and no Y-junctions to distribute even, accurate seeding across full width
  • Radar ground metering, for accurate, hassle-free speed calibration. No drive wheel to maintain, or become fouled or damaged
  • Large safe loading platform and ladder. Operator can simply load from ground or back of truck deck. Possibility to store additional bags of seed
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Specifications

Model Titan 6300 RD Titan 8300 RD
Working width 6.3m 8.3m
Transport width 2.6m 2.6m
Ring diameter 550/575mm 550/575mm
Seed hopper capacity 800 litre 800 litre
Sowing range** 0.5kg – 200kg/ha 0.5kg – 200kg/ha
Weight (full spec) 5000kg 6000kg
Hyd. weight equalisation Yes Yes
Hp range* 140-200Hp 160-280Hp

*Depends on terrain
**Depends on seed roller used

"We milk 2600 cows in both North and South Islands, plus grow maize and various crops on 600 hectares of lease ground. We are constantly developing new ground to bring into production and the 4AG 970's are excellent for chopping up old, heavily thatched pasture and contouring rougher areas. Daily throughput is important to our size operation. so we're pretty happy to be averaging 3-4 hectares/hour!"