SICMA's tillers are characterised by their high adaptability to all types of terrain (from the hardest, driest and stony to the softest, wettest and sandiest) and to all types of work, so that they can be adapted to any type of tractor.
The quality and perfection of our agricultural machines are represented by hidden and protected construction components, which are fundamental for the mechanics of a machine that does not give problems and that lasts over time.
The construction details make tangible the quality of production and the study behind the design of a tool designed to be solid, robust and long-lasting:
The tiller, or rotary cultivator, is an agricultural machine used for tilling of the soil which is carried out to prepare the ground for sowing or to break up the soil after ploughing, or even to remove weeds from fields.
Fixed tillers, or mechanical hoes, are more widely used for preparation of the soil for sowing, for transplantation in horticulture and in floriculture, for the burying of organic fertilisers and for weed control.
The SICMA agricultural machines have a wide range of models produced with different measures to be able to be applied to tractors with small, medium or large powers.
They are produced to be used on areas of land that are impossible to reach with a fixed tiller such as in rows of vineyards, orchards and on land cultivated with vegetables. The lateral sliding system allows the movable tiller to till the soil agilely and precisely while avoiding damage to the plants.