2016 MARSHALL 845T-L for sale $34,800
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Clarke Equipment is a Marshall Dealer in Queensland. Marshall Spreaders are Australia's number 1 selling belt spreader for good reason.
The Marshall Multispread Spreaders provide Australian farmers with cost effective and efficient method of spreading a variety of fertilisers and seeds including granulated fertilisers such as Urea and Superphosphate, Lime, Gypsum, Dolomite, Manures, Sawdust, Sand and Seed.
The versatility, ease of use and solid construction of Marshall spreaders have led them to become Australias number one selling spreader with over 8000 Marshall multispread units now in use throughout Australia in a range of applications from broadacre cropping and sheep farms through to market gardens and vineyards.
The Marshall Multispread Spinner design is a result of Roesner Pty Ltds on-going Spinner Research and Development programme.
The goals of this programme are to develop a spinner design that enables;
Wider spread widths to reduce fertiliser, fuel and labour costs;
Accurate spread patterns that ensure correct placement of nutrients in the field, optimising
crop growth and minimising environmental run-off;
Simple machine setup across a range of fertiliser types.
A number of scientific techniques are used to design and test spinner designs prior to physical testing in real-life conditions. These techniques include High-speed Photography, Numerical Modelling, Bespoke Particle Collection Equipment and Physical Testing of fertiliser properties.
Physical testing is carried out using the Australia Fertiliser Services Association (AFSA) FertCare testing regime.
The following table details the operating performance of the Type D spinner design currently in production.
Maximum Spread Width*
Urea Up to 36m
DAP Up to 36m
Superphosphate Up to 36m
Sulphate of Ammonia (Granulated) Up to 24m
Sulphate of Ammonia (Powder Form) Up to 12m
Lime and Gypsum Up to 16m
There are many external variables that affect the spreading performance of the Marshall Multispread. It is important the wind speed and direction, ground contour, plant height and fertiliser consistency are considered prior to determining the spreader settings and width of pass. For more details see the Support page.
Roesners on-going research is currently focused on the characterisation and performance testing of different fertiliser types; investigation into how variables such as wind speed and changes in fertiliser consistency affect spread patterns; and the correlation of spreader performance with crop yield for different soil types and climatic conditions.
Roesner, manufacturer of the Marshall spreader range has released a new system which allows users to calibrate and control fertiliser application in the field using their mobile devices. +more
Crap comes in many different forms – cow crap, chicken crap, runny crap, old crap, bull crap, and the crap the lads talk at the local watering hole on a Friday night. In farming terms, making use of this farming by-product has become an important aspect of nutrient and environmental management, so Mark Fouhy checks out the West Dual 2000 effluent spreader. +more