The range of Quad-X sowers are ideal for spreading a variety of fertiliser and grass seed. These ground driven sowers have been designed with contractors in mind, for frequent use and are extremely durable thanks to a galvanised hopper as standard and plastic coated finish as optional, Durability is also aided by the stainless steel components along with the double sealed bearings.
These sowers can be towed behind a quad or any vehicle with a 50mm tow ball. Fitted with flotation tyres they are ideal for sowing on soft ground or hard to reach areas when a tractor and sower are not suitable. With a wide wheel base they are very stable machines.
Available in 465L, 7-bag capacity with optional extension side available to increase the capacity to either 610L/10 bag or 650L/12bag.
Please ask for more information regarding the painted/galvanised finish.
Designed and Manufactured in Northern Ireland
There are two models of our Plastic Coated Fertiliser Sower available;
The pin engagement model enables the operator to engage and disengage the spinner for travelling to and from the field.
The lever engagement model enables the operator to engage and disengage the spinner from seated on the quad.
The Quad-X Pro Spreader Range has been designed with an extra wide axle for increased stability when full and if working on hilly ground. Also with extra wide axle allows a different track width from the quad so reduces the risk of marking the ground in wet conditions.
This fertiliser sower comes with the market’s leading spread width which can be adjusted to spread up to 14m, the stainless steel riser vanes lift the granules before spreading them, giving a higher trajectory on the exit of the spinner. The adjustable shutter settings can also be set to suit required flow rates.
The spreader is tray tested for accurate spread width
Fitted with flotation tyres they are ideal for sowing on soft ground or hard to reach areas when a tractor and sower are not suitable. With a wide wheel base they are very stable machines.
Contact us today and take the first step in a more efficient farm. We would love to answer any questions you might have.