For more than 20 years, Fliegl has been the only manufacturer to rely on its own patented screw distributor. Increasingly stringent specifications by the fertiliser regulations require an increase in nutrient efficiency during slurry spreading - the Fliegl screw distributor scores points here - the best results in the transverse and longitudinal distribution show that the plant stock is evenly and precisely supplied with the slurry nutrients. The functional principle has proven itself 1000 times. We can prove this with our many years of practical experience.
Unbeatable against foreign bodies
No blocking up
Uniform longitudinal and cross spreading – even on slopes
Durable and wear-resistant
Low power requirement (oil capacity up to 20 litres)
The slurry is fed through a supply hose in the manifold and from there into the screw distributor box. An oil engine with a required power of about 15-20 litres/minute drives the screw (50-60 rpm). The function of the screw is not to distribute slurry, but to carry any foreign objects outwards into the storage box. To ensure that the outlet holes are constantly cleaned, the worm momentarily changes its direction of rotation.
A standard built-in time relay ensures the direction change, with the screw turning about 40 seconds to the outside (towards the storage box) and 5 seconds inwards. The storage box must be emptied depending on the amount of foreign matter. The wear of the screw or the screw pan is very low, since the slurry serves as a lubricant.
You can download the output tables for working widths of 3m; 4.5m; 6m; 7.8 m; 9m; 12m; 15m; 18m; 21 and 24m here.
Fliegl is known for its innovations, so we would like to introduce you to our Flow Control, so that you can apply your slurry even more conveniently and precisely. Have we aroused your curiosity? Then have a look at this technique under the following link!