Disc ploughs are agricultural implements used for primary tillage and turning over soil in preparation for planting. Here are some possible specifications for a typical disc plough:
- Number of discs: A disc plough typically has 2-12 discs, with the most common sizes being 2, 3, 4, and 5-disc ploughs.
- Disc diameter: The diameter of the discs can range from 14 to 32 inches, with larger discs generally being used for deeper tilling.
- Disc spacing: The spacing between the discs can vary depending on the model, but it is typically 7 to 12 inches.
- Cutting depth: The cutting depth of a disc plough can be adjusted by changing the angle of the discs, and it typically ranges from 6 to 12 inches.
- Hitch: The disc plough is typically attached to a tractor via a hitch that allows the operator to raise and lower the equipment as needed.
- Power requirement: The power requirement for a disc plough can vary depending on the size and number of discs, but it typically ranges from 25 to 50 horsepower (hp).
- Weight: The weight of a disc plough can vary depending on the size and number of discs, but it typically ranges from 200 to 1000 kilograms.
Please note that these specifications are based on general information and may not be accurate for all models or brands of disc ploughs. It’s always best to consult the manufacturer’s website or a trusted dealership for the most up-to-date and accurate information.