The system combines a specific wheel placement design with a intriguing floating pull mechanism. This system ensures security for transport and flexibility in the working position. The fore and aft wheel position ensures maximum ground following for accurate planting depth control.
The main lower pivot pin controls the pull and tows the cultivator in the working mode. The robust boomerang shaped pull bracket allows for a large amount of vertical pull movement independent of the cultivator. Hydraulic cylinders securely lock the pull to control the cultivator in the folded position for maximum safety.
Gyral's series T240 range of cultivators are similarly configured as the T200 ranges with 470mm (18.5") under frame clearance. Relatively narrow tyne spacing and smaller points produce an ideal tilth and leaves the soil in excellent condition. Our persistence in maintaining these specifications has been vindicated by the machines' performance in the field.
The Gyral Tyne has a reputation of "being able to dig". Gyral's tyne development started in the early 1960's in clay based soils. The latest tyne designs show's the benefit of this earlier work.
There are 3 options with the T200 Series Cultivators:
The adjustable tyne option is available for planting wider rows or to sow behind wheel tracks.
All tynes have replaceable harden pivot pins and bushes that will ensure long life of all tyne components.
Gyral Implements | Agricultural Equipment & Parts
The modest business frontage of Toowoomba based Gyral Implements Pty Ltd disguises one of Australia’s prominent engineering success stories.
From humble beginnings in the mid 50’s it is now in the enviable position of being universally recognised as the developer of the modern day air seeder – pioneering innovation that has taken it to a position of international recognition.
North American cropping farmers, for example, probably have no idea that equipment purchased from the Great Plains Manufacturing Co of Kansas was patented from the drawing boards located at Gyral’s Queensland Head Office or that Australian farmers from Western Australia to Queensland who have purchased Gason, Horwood Bagshaw, Shearer, Napier Grasslands or Simplicity are using equipment that is or has used Gyral’s Air Seeding concepts.
Just how a family owned and managed company made the quantum leap from a relatively small Darling Downs equipment manufacturer to one which still sees royalties for its air seeder patents being honoured from all around the world make fascinating reading.