BCS Stone Burier Attachment

£3,235.50 ex VAT

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Description

The stone burier, manufactured by R2 RINALDI S.r.l., digs and buries stones as it goes to leave a level cultivated surface, clear of stones and other debris, ready for turfing or seeding.

Features

The stone burier has horizontal counter-rotating tines that mill the ground whilst vertical grading rods trap stones and debris, effectively allowing soil to bury it.

In a single pass the result is a fine level cultivated surface ready for turfing or seeding.

The digging depth can be easily adjusted from 2cm (1”) to 12cm (5”) by simply turning the lever located on top of the stone burier.

There is a choice of rear roller – a mesh roller which is best suited to dry conditions, or a cage roller for use in wet conditions.

This is the ideal tool if you are working on ground that has lots of small items that need to be buried beneath the soil, such as gardens of newly built properties.

 

Which power units will the stone burier fit to?

BCS 710
BCS 728
BCS 738
BCS 740
BCS 750
BCS 615L
BCS 615SL
BCS 630
BCS 630WS
BCS 630WSB
BCS 660

 

What are the minimum power unit requirements?

11.7hp petrol or 9.0hp diesel engine.

Three working speeds.

Locking differential.

Steering brakes.

5.00 x 10 agricultural wheels.

 

Are any couplers or toolbars needed?

If the power unit has the Implement Quick Coupling fitted then an Additional Coupler will be required.

Please note: The BCS 750 power unit has its own specific coupler.

 

Stone Burier
Digging Width62cm (24½”)
Max Digging Depth12cm (5″)
Digging Blades16
RollerMesh or Cage
Dimensions (L W H)110 x 75 x 45cm
Weight90kg

 

 

Ibbetts have been family owned since 1851. We have many years of experience with Garden Equipment and are happy to share this with you to ensure you buy the right tool for the job. You can see the largest range of Lawn Mowers and garden Equipment in Cambridgeshire at our Great Paxton showroom. Visit us for expert advice and a great deal!

 

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