The Rollomaster precision seedbed cultivator is one of several new machines on the Dalbo UK stand at Lamma. Others include the MultiRoll Twin, Trimax P and Maxiroll Greenline roller.
Working widths of the Rollomaster, which is the bigger brother to the firm’s RolloMaximum, are 4.5 and 6.0m.
The MultiRoll Twin heavy duty double ring press is another new product available for inspection at the British show. Available in widths of 6.3m (at Lamma) and 8.3m, both tip the scales at 1.0t/m when fitted with a crackerboard.
Ideally suited to tackle ploughed land (stubbles when fitted with three rows of ltiRoll Twi harrow tines), changing between the two attachments is said to be simple and quick.
The Trimax P is also new. Based on the existing Trimax range, the ‘P’, which is available in three mounted widths of 3.0m, 4.1m and 5.2m, is primary designed to work in potato land post-harvest and spring cultivation. With 90cm of under frame clearance, standard equipment includes hydraulically protected auto reset legs.
Also on display will be a full spec MaxiRoll Greenline ballast roller, which with harrow tines, crackerboard and seeder, turns it into a one pass system for multiple applications. Ring options include the ballast drum with curved edges, the prism cross combi and snowflake Cambridge ring.
Lamma, which starts tomorrow, marks a milestone for the Dalbo PowerRoll, and the 1,000th 12.3m version sold in the UK will be on the stand.