Spinder supply a range of Buschmann manure mixers that meet the most stringent operational requirements.
A manure mixer has bearings on the PTO side, in the middle and a bearing at the mixer auger.
Models E1-102 and L-E1 are fitted in many places with maintenance-free groove ball bearings with a 2RS sealing. The maximum speed is 1000 revolutions per minute.
Model C/E1-102 is fitted with a maintenance-free groove ball bearing on the PTO side, sleeve bearings as centre bearings and a sleeve bearing near the mixer auger. The maximum speed is 540 revolutions per minute.
For a mixer in a pit to work properly, a built-in mixer frame (70 x 70 cm) must be part of an intermediate wall. Using a guide rail, the mixer can be conveniently put in place. Standard guide rails are 5 metres long. 3-metre-long guide rails are also available.
The guide rails can be suspended from a suspension bracket.
It is also possible to go for a manure mixer with no 3-point trestle, in which case the mixer must be attached in the mixer pit by means of an adjustable holder. The standard adjustable holder has a setting range of 60 to 120 cm. A reinforced version has a setting range of 100 to 170 cm.
A manure mixer with no 3-point trestle can still be used with the accessory support trestle with a guide rail.
In practice, a reverse gearbox is used if the pit is not 'released'. Especially when the manure pit is almost filled up, it may happen that a sucking mixer spills the manure over the edge. Running the mixer for a short period of time will make the manure move faster and better.
When a reverse gearbox is frequently used, we recommend a model E1/102 mixer.
Please note! When using the reverse function:
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