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Diesel rotary cultivator

The diesel rotary cultivator, as the name already says, is driven by an engine that is powered by diesel. Industrial diesel fuel if you are not a direct grower, agricultural diesel if you are and you are entitled. The manufacturers create models suitable for hobby, semi-professional or professional use, truly embarrassing the final recipient with a wide range of machines and accessories with which to equip them. A diesel-powered agricultural machine means savings on operating costs, where the fuel item is felt today, whether you use it in your home garden or in the bean field. Generally the diesel engine is used on machines with a displacement of 350 cc or more with a power output of 7.5 HP or more. Air-cooled single-cylinder engine with electric ignition on virtually all makes.

Rotary cultivator for hobbyists

These rotary cultivators are machines with lower power, suitable for small gardening jobs. The engines are almost exclusively petrol-driven, with powers ranging from 4.5 to 7.5 HP developed from displacements between 160 and 350 cc. The rated engine speed is around 3600 rpm. Start-up is manual and self-winding and the air filter is dry, with interchangeable cartridges. The transmission is gear-driven, in an oil bath. The gearbox is manual, with the lever in central position and reverser. Depending on whether the machine operates in a low-speed shank or motor mower, the gearbox will have a different configuration. In the cutter setup the gearbox can take the following configurations: 1 + 1, 2 + 2 or 3 + 2 which in the motor-mower trim become: 1 + 1, 2 + 2 or 3 + 3 depending on the models and the manufacturers. The cutter, in some models, is counter-rotating, for greater stability of the machine.

Rotary cultivator for professional use

The category includes machines that deliver greater power. The engines are either petrol or diesel. The petrol engine is present on the lower powers (around 8-9.5 HP) while the diesel is the prerogative of the higher ones (over 9.5 and up to 13.5 HP). Displacements ranging from 270 cc to over 650 cc, depending on models and manufacturers. The rated engine speed is around 3000 rpm. The starting is of the manual and self-winding or electric type, according to the philosophy of the manufacturer. The oil bath is the system used for the air filter. The transmission is gear-driven, in an oil bath. The gearbox is manual, with the lever in central position and reverser. In cutter setup the gearbox can take the following configurations: 2 + 2, 3 + 2 or 4 + 2 which in the engine mower trim become: 2 + 2 or 3 + 3 depending on the manufacturer.


The rotary cultivator is an agricultural machine that can be used all year round. You can use it to prepare the ground for autumn sowing and to clean the soil of the last vegetation residues; for spring sowing or working between the rows in the middle of summer, to get rid of weeds. Not to be underestimated, then, is the versatility of the vehicle for the operation linked to the bad season: turbines, blades and brushes to attach to the vehicle to free you from the snow, for a 360 ° use. In some cases quick couplings are available, without the need for bolts and keys, for greater working comfort. Mechanical differential lever lock, independent on each wheel. Possibility of mounting snow fairings for greater grip. Adjustable and reversible handlebars, to be able to operate in any situation.


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