ORTON, Ont. — Jaylor introduces its new line of manure spreaders. The model lineup consists of 4 sizes. The first model to be introduced will be the M1670 which has a capacity of 670 cubic feet (struck level). The other models: M1480, M1600HD and M1780HD will have load capacities of 480, 600 and 780 cubic feet (struck level) respectively.
Simplicity is the keynote, as the entire model range has been engineered to be simple yet robust, providing years of trouble free performance, the company says. Cambered commercial-grade highway axles and brakes are standard equipment along with oil bath hubs, making the chassis virtually maintenance-free. The optional hydraulic slide axle on the HD models allows for operation in the muddiest and hilly conditions as dynamic load balancing provides on-the-fly tongue weight ratio adjustments from 0.5%-10%.
The quick attach vertical beaters, provide a full 40 feet of consistent spread both from front to back of the load and across the width of the spread. Paired with their optional rear canopy, material can be precisely applied over 50 feet and from 4-15 tons per acre. The beaters are held by reinforced 2.25 inch bearings, which will withstand the abuse from large stones and frozen chunks. Six paddles on the beater base, allow for a fine spread of fibrous and liquid material. Liquid material is contained during transport by a hydraulic guillotine door with rubber seals.
Jaylor warehouses in the U.S. and Canada stock a full complement of spare parts inventory, and most items can be shipped next day to support the company's network of dealers.