John Deere has announced the development of 2630 Series Disks and Vertical Tillage tools. With these new additions, operators will have more control over light, medium and heavy-duty tillage operations.
The series has four separate models: the 2630 Disk, 2633 Disk, 2635 Disk and 2633 Vertical Tillage implement. Each of these models provides a different level of soil penetration for operators’ residue mixing and seedbed preparation needs. In addition, TruSet™ Technology is included in base equipment on all of the 2630 Series implements.
"TruSet gives operators fingertip control in making tillage depth and pressure adjustments while allowing them to accurately map and store depth, speed and down pressure information," says Jarred Karnei, John Deere product marketing manager. "This gives them even more data when analyzing field and crop information that can be used for making better agronomic decisions."
Depth and pressure adjustments can be made directly in the cab, eliminating the need to make time-consuming manual adjustments. In addition, operators can utilize either mechanical stabilizer wheels or TruSet hydraulic stabilizer wheels for more depth control on rugged terrain.
The 2630 Series Disks and Vertical Tillage implements have radial tires on the main frame. This means they have a long lifespan and minimize compaction with their lower inflation pressures.
"With field operating speeds up to 7 mph (11.26 kph), the new 2630 Series tillage tools are designed to easily handle a wide variety of soil and residue conditions with unprecedented control, while providing years of reliable performance," Karnei adds.
More information on the 2630 Series Disks and Vertical Tillage tools can be found by visiting JohnDeere.com/ag.