Kuhn M EMC

KB6930

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Location
Borders
Go for H EMC you'll not regret it the hydraulic is a far better machine.

I really miss having hydraulic now I'm on a pto machine

You'll not need the weigh cells other than to tell you exactly how much is in a part load
 

KB6930

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Location
Borders
Also been looking at one of these at the moment and would be keen to know other people’s thoughts . Also looking at kv
I went from Kuhn h emc to kv the kv is a superior machine in every way other than the h emc bit I liked it for monitoring blockages in either side and the fact it slows one disc for headlands it's a cleaner machine as your not throwing fert through the deflector and smashing it up. But on definitely has the Kuhn beat for spread pattern
 

MrNoo

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Arable Farmer
Location
Cirencester
Is the h emc a lot more expensive than pto versions?
Yes, quite a fair bit more.
I have an emc pto version and I have weigh cells on it, find it very useful, mainly if I have a part load after doing a field, I can see exactly how many Ha coverage it will do, if it's a small field I can up or lower the rate to ensure the spreader is empty and the field done.
I run mine through a Trimble 750 and it is a joy to use.
Only issue I have had was an actuator go after only 47hrs use, not got the bill yet mind.
 

legin

Member
Location
West Midlands
Yes, quite a fair bit more.
I have an emc pto version and I have weigh cells on it, find it very useful, mainly if I have a part load after doing a field, I can see exactly how many Ha coverage it will do, if it's a small field I can up or lower the rate to ensure the spreader is empty and the field done.
I run mine through a Trimble 750 and it is a joy to use.
Only issue I have had was an actuator go after only 47hrs use, not got the bill yet mind.
I believe they're not using actuator's anymore but servos (what ever they are) but meant to be better. Still not decided about weigh cell.
 

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