Featuring dual drive and a split rotor with centre bearing, the 36B and is described as an affordable high-output machine for growers with less than 120ha (300 acres). It uses the same style of drive and rotor, but the rigid six-row Trinity 54B comes complete with road wheel and drawbar.
“As we want to offer a topper to suit every enquiry, we’ve managed to create a six-row topper, that by not having the folding feature, comes in at price point below the flagship Trinity 6000,” says managing director Derek Scotts.
All Trinity toppers come with front and rear LED side lights and quick change flails. Hydraulic steering, a new feature across the range, is said to be essential for hillside work.
The final piece in the Trinity jigsaw are the eight and nine row models currently in the final stages of development. “We’re delighted to say that pre-orders are now being taken and we are hoping that LAMMA 2021 goes ahead so that we can officially launch them there,” he adds.
Established in 1994, and based at Boston in Lincolnshire, Scotts Precision Manufacturing’s first Trinity haulm topper - the two-row 22B, was launched a decade ago. This was later joined by the six-row 6000 folding topper, 22 Bulb Specific flower bulb version and the 30B, which can work on three 90cm (36") rows of four 76cm (30") rows.