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Streumaster releases new generation of spreaders

Streumaster has announced the release of the MC and TC series of binding agent spreaders

Designed and constructed as trailers or for mounting on a carrier vehicle, Streumaster binding agent spreaders all feature a high-speed filling device on both sides, self-cleaning dosing sluices and a new control panel, for a high level of spreading efficiency and precision.

The two large filling connectors at the rear are standard fittings and allow silo trucks to drive up close to the machine to fill the container, even when space is limited or in moving traffic. This enables filling to be carried out conveniently from either side of the new binding agent spreaders.

The new high-speed pneumatic filling device and new container design ensure that the filling process is quickly completed, and that the binding agent is evenly distributed in the container. This enables the binding agent spreader to be filled with binding agent at a rate of up to 2 tonnes per minute per connector. An optional automatic filter system can also be fitted to enable dust-free filling.

The integrated OptiPower chain conveyor drive with automatic load control fitted as a standard feature increases the tensile force on the conveyor chain whenever necessary.

Electronic control

Fully automatic volumetric dosing of the spreading quantity independent of the travel speed enables consistently reliable discharge of the binding agent. At the same time, the optional WeighTronic weighing device guarantees correct and precise discharge of the binding agent. The spreading quantity is automatically readjusted if there is a deviation from the required value, removing the risk of operating errors.

The self-cleaning dosing sluices in cellular wheel design are another highlight of the new binding agent spreaders. Thanks to a special housing with pressure and relief zones and flexible chambers, the dosing sluices are self-cleaning units.

The spreading quantity can also be individually adjusted for each of the three partial spreading widths.

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