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tools-and-rotors-for-sicma-tillers-and-mowers-quality-and-high-performance

01/09/2022

The quality of Sicma agricultural machines can be found in all its components, including the tools assembled.

Each part that makes up our machines is the result of in-depth studies and meticulous analyses that converge in a production process over which we have full control, so that they meet the expectations of users even in harsh working conditions.

In particular, we pay close attention to the construction of rotors designed to be highly performing: soil processing subjects rotors and tools to strong friction and mechanical stresses. The quality level with which they are made is essential for the machines, in order to be able to efficiently carry out the work for which they are intended.

 

For these reasons, we rely on Italian partners, who comply with the project specifications given by our team of engineers. In this way, the Sicma’s production chain is under our full control and fully integrated: from the design phases to the final assembly phases, the entire production process takes place within our factories.

Thanks to highly technological solutions, we directly control all stages of production by choosing – for example – the materials to be used and the best types of processing so that high quality standards are complied with. In this way, Sicma is also able to quickly meet customers’ requests by providing them with an efficient after-sales service.

For these reasons, Sicma’s agricultural machines have great prestige, which made them a benchmark on the international market, thanks to the efficiency, robustness and reliability that distinguish them.

 

The tools of Sicma’s agricultural machines

The tools installed on agricultural machines are by far the components subject to the greatest stresses during processing, since they come into direct contact with the soil and vegetation.

To meet most of the machining needs on different types of terrain, we have provided our rotary tillers with a series of specific hoes to be installed on the rotors that equip the machines.

Dettagli fresatrice

The hoes are forged from high-strength boron steel , making them highly performing and long-lasting. There are different types to be used depending on the soil to be worked:

  • Curved hoe: recommended for medium-textured soils and damp soils;
  • Squared hoe: recommended for sandy soils;
  • HTITE® hoe: ideal to be used in siliceous and abrasive soils, thanks to the tungsten carbide coating;
  • Blade: with a straight shape, it has been developed to have the maximum performance on tenacious and wet soils;
  • Tooth: also with a straight shape, but with a square section, it is particularly suitable for working hard and stony soils.

 

In addition, the rotors , also different depending on the work to be carried out, are built with high thickness tubes, with the possibility of adding counter-flanges at the fixing points of the hoes, to further strengthen the fixing in particularly heavy working conditions.

The hoe rotor, on request, can provide for the assembly of the end hoes towards the inside, a particularly useful precaution to avoid damage to the surface roots of the crops near which the rotary tiller is working.

Another caution, finally, concerns the presence of a pair of track breaker anchors, installed in front of the milling machine, whose function is to unravel the ground that undergoes compression and hardening due to the passage of the tractor.

Dettagli fresatrice

 

Even on our mowers it is possible to choose which tools to install according to the processing needs; for this reason three types have been provided:

  • Toothed clubs: mainly used for mowing branches and medium-sized pruning residues;
  • Smooth clubs: their use is very versatile, being suitable for the shredding of grass, shrubs, maintenance of greenery, but also for medium-sized branches and pruning as well as for woody residues derived from the pruning of vineyards and olive groves;
  • Knives: they are particularly suitable for the shredding of grass and shrubs, for the maintenance of greenery and for shoots, straw and stalks.

The salient feature of the rotor of the shredders, the main mechanical part, is the helical distribution of the shredding tools, which allows to reduce the stresses on the rotor with a better control of the energy transmitted.

In addition to the quality of the tools, the high shredding performance is also achieved by other components such as counter-knives welded in the underbody, which help to obtain an optimal finishing work.  Crampons, on the other hand, are useful when working with pruning, since they retain unprocessed residues in the cutting chamber until they are finely crushed.

Dettagli trinciatutto

The possibility of configuring the tools makes the Sicma tillers and mowers suitable for any type of soil and for any type of machining, making them in fact machines able to meet any need, guaranteeing power, robustness and high performance.

 

Spare parts service and after-sales service

At Sicma we pay great attention to our customers thanks to the new plant dedicated to spare parts service and after-sales service.

Designing and manufacturing the components of our machines internally allows us to have all the spare parts of the machines we produce, with the possibility of providing assistance quickly and efficiently even on models built 40 years ago.

Thanks to this organisational model, we are able to ensure the availability of original spare parts in a very short time.

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