Single Drum

Single Drum Aerator

AerWorx Single-drum Aerators are designed primarily for aeration, but because of their size and weights, they can chop light brush. In its no-till fashion and patented spiral blade design, the ground is left smooth.

20'', 30” and 42” diameter are standard size drums.  Standard widths are 8’, 10’, 12’, and 14’.

8’ x 20” mounted and pull type (call for details)
10’ x 20” mounted and pull type (call for details)
12’ x 20” mounted and pull type (call for details)

8’ x 30” mounted and pull type (call for details)
10’ x 30” mounted and pull type (call for details)

8’ x 30” 30-40 hp 2,100 kg empty / 3,065 kg water-filled
10’ x 30” 50-60 hp 2,400 kg empty / 3,600 kg water-filled
12’ x 30” 60-70 hp 2,750 kg empty / 4,200 kg water-filled

8’ x 42” 45-50 hp 2,600 kg empty / 4,700 kg water-filled
10’ x 42” 60-70 hp 3,000 kg empty / 5,300 kg water-filled
12’ x 42” 70-80 hp 3,400 kg empty / 6,300 kg water-filled

Little to no maintenance. Grease drum bearings at the end of each day’s usage. Depending on conditions, grease transport wheel bearings approximately every four to six months.

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About Aerworx

In its no-till application, hay fields can be worked while leaving them smooth. Grass roots remain down -- not exposed to sunlight. Cattle can remain in worked fields.

 

  • High work rates

Running at speeds of between 10-16kph (6-10mph), a 3m version will cover over 3ha/hour (8acres/hour) and requires a tractor of just 60hp to pull it.

Being trailed, Aerworx aerators do not need an over-sized tractor with high linkage lift capacity just to be hoisted at the end of each bout, as is frequently the case with heavily-ballasted mounted machines.

 

  • Alternative uses

In addition to its primary role as a pasture aerator, an Aerworx machine can also be used as a clod-buster in baked clay seedbeds and for brush clearance on scrub-land.

With an optional seeder fitted, the aerator can be employed for one-pass grassland rejuvenation or oilseed rape establishment.