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Serafin's latest single disc seed unit can basically sow into all conditions after extensive testing and trials done through out Australia in a very wet sowing season.
The new SB2013 is extremely easy to maintain and has only two grease points, very quick to adjust depth and an open depth wheel to enable mud and straw to escape.
20" disc enables deeper seeding and more acres before changing discs, large seed boot for high rates and large grains.
This SB2013 is receiving high praise from many farmers due to past results in increased yield and high productivity.
Refer to brochure for more details
Parts Break Down:
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How successful were these and could they do a reasonable job drilling into grassland?
Hi all, we are in Aus too and having trouble with our machine all of a sudden mid plant. When I try to push machine down to plant, the turnbuckles both sides break and has broken the hydraulic fittings on the rams. Ground is not moist but not packed down so it’s as if we are getting wrong angle on the main beam from the two rams. I’ve been through the manual but nothing jumps out at me. Have used the planter for years no problems...would you have any suggestions?Gday mate, I'm currently running one over in Aus, and getting great results from it. Mine is the earlier of the triple disc machines. We use it for direct drilling cereals as well as small seeds such as Lucerne and clovers.
I have made a lot of mods and improvements to it and I'm currently giving it a preseason rebuild.
I have added some aftermarket disc openers to it that are a leading disc setup with a fully greaseable taper bearing setup and you can also bolt a depth wheel onto each unit which is a big plus. They are made by Tatu and if you Google Serafin Machinery you will see them on there.
If you are pretty handy you can repair or make most parts on the drill.
I will post some pics of mine when I get it all back together. A cheap min -till drill.
Am in Australia also. Have you replaced seed rollers? If so where did you get them?
Thanks Dano, much appreciated. I will need a few of the suspension blocks as well so thanks for that.Hey mate Alan King in Griffith NSW 0269626219 he makes the rollers, he also does the small seeds (plain) roller as well. I think he said he also makes the black rubber suspension blocks that look like a footy too, the rollers were about $80 each. Send us a message if you need any other parts etc, I've got a few more contacts for spares.