Our Australian Machinery Range for Offset Disc Ploughs

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Maintaining Machine Components

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Bought-in components are sourced either from Australian manufacturers or from overseas sources of proven quality.

Fabricated components are of simple but strong construction. If a machine is damaged through misuse, it can be simply repaired with conventional equipment.

Ennor Engineering Offset Disc Ploughs

Each of these machines is unique in its own field, being designed by us with a combination of features unavailable from any other manufacturer.

Discs gangs feature the time-honoured stationary axle design, which feature virtually unbreakable axles. Bearing housings are fully machined from billet steel to close tolerances on state of the art machinery.

Positive mechanical depth stops, which allow infinite control of each wheel and also double as a transport safety system.

Adjustable filler discs which can be fine-tuned for finishing work.

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Originally developed at the start of the 1980’s, in the tough rice growing conditions of the Southern Riverina in Australia. These machines are strong enough to handle badly bogged up rice fields but also capable of a seedbed finish which is so important in Laser levelled irrigation layouts. These machines are also used extensively in Broadacre cereal farming for stubble incorporation and weed control, and have been produced in machines up to 65.24′ (17.73m) in width.

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The first of these machines rolled off the production line in January 2003. This range was introduced to place between the already successful 28 and 32 series machines. These machines feature designs taken from both the 28 and 32 series, to offer the customer a heavier built 28” disc plough well suited for the contracting market.

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The first 32 series 9.0 machine was produced in 2010. This range was re-introduced after receiving many inquiries for a 32” disc machine with less weight than the 32 Series 12.7 range. These machines have been based on the original 32 Series design from 1997 which were developed for deep tillage applications required by such crops as sugar cane, cotton or corn. They can also be used in Broadacre cereal cropping, or other irrigation crops.

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The first 32 series machine was produced in September 1998. This range was introduced after receiving many inquiries for a heavier machine fitted with 32” discs. These machines have been developed for applications including deep tillage required by such crops as sugar cane, cotton or corn, to more arduous conditions such as light re-growth control. They can also be used in Broadacre cereal cropping, or other irrigation crops.

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The first 32 series Contractor machine was produced in June 2003. This range was developed for mid-range re-growth control, and features a far stronger frame to the standard 32 series machine.

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The 36 series Gen II range is a new design aimed at a lower cost 36″ disc machine. This range has been developed for clearing re-growth, development work or very deep tillage applications such as Sugar Cane, Cotton and Land Forming.

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The first of this family of machines was completed in March 2006, originally fitted with 36″ or 40″ discs. This range is a further development from the original 36 Series and is now standard with 42″ discs. This range has been developed for clearing re-growth, development work or very deep tillage applications. These machines fitted with 42″ discs are capable of penetrating up to 16″ deep (400mm), which makes them ideal for reaching well below the root system of many types of tree suckers.

70 Years of Expertise

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Based on 40 years of experience in disc implement manufacturing and 70 years of engineering, the result is the best balance of performance, reliability and price.

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Contact us for our unparalleled expertise in engineering offset disc ploughs.
1800 813 115

Ennor Engineering Offset Disc Ploughs

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