450 S-Tine C-shank Cultivators

450 S-Tine and C-Shank Cultivators

Strength, durability, and performance are standard features on Salford field cultivators. Hydraulic self-leveling frames and fine-adjust single-point depth control are standard features. Capped, all-tubular steel frames add to the strength of the machine, and 4" x 6" main beams and 2.5" x 2.5" tine bars stand up to the toughest operating conditions. Fewer hinge points greatly reduce wear on Salford cultivators, lowering maintenance costs over the life of these durable machines.

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Features

 

Standard Features:

  • 4” x 6” main beam with 2 1/2” tine/shank bar
  • Tandem wheels on main frame & wings on all models
  • Cast hitch cat. III with clevis adapter
  • Adjustable tip pressure to 270 lbs on C-shank models
  • Hydraulic self-leveling frame
  • Safety chain, SMV sign, safety lights
  • Single-point depth control

Options:

  • Adjustable tow hitch with one-man hook-up
  • Hydraulic lines and quick coupler to tow hitch

Specifications

Harrow Options
450 Field Cultivators
Working Width 6-Bar S-Tine models
# of Tines
4" (0.10 m)
C-Shank Models
# of Tines
7" (0.18 m)
H.P. Required
12' (3.66 m) 36 21 60-80
17' (5.18 m) 54 31 80-100
19' (5.79 m) 58 33 95-115
21' (6.40 m) 64 37 100-125
23' (7.01 m) 68 39 115-140
25' (7.62 m) 76 43 125-150
Operation and Application S-Tine C-Shank
Operating Depth 1.5" - 4" (0.04 - 0.10 m) 2" - 6" (0.05 - 0.15 m)
Operating Speed 5.5 - 9 mph (8.85 - 14.48 kph) 4.5 - 7 mph (7.24 - 11.27 kph)
% of Residue Bured in one pass 20 - 30 40 - 50
Seed Bed Preparation Excellent Excellent
Primary Tillage Poor Average
Field Leveling Excellent Excellent
Weed Control Excellent Excellent
Incorporation of Chemical/Fertilizer Excellent Excellent
Residue Management Average Good
Surface Compaction Removal Excellent Excellent
Deep Compaction Removal (12"+) N/A N/A
Land Reclamation Poor Average