Rexius and Rollex can be equipped with four different types of consolidation press rings. Depending on the needs each ring has its own advantages.
The conventional Cambridge rings are a popular choice when mainly using the roller for consolidating seedbeds, pressing down stones or consolidating growing crops in the spring.
It leaves an even surface that is consolidated all the way to the top and hence achieves a good contact between the seed/roots and the soil.
Cambridge rings are available on Rollex 450-620 and Rexius 650-1230.
The aggressive Crosskill rings turn the roller into an efficient soil preparation tool. As every second ring turns with different speed it will crush clods and keep itself clean also in humid conditions. This also achieves a loose and crust-resistant surface, above the consolidated zone. The Crosskill ring can be used for rolling growing crops, but care should be taken as it might damage the plant leaves.
Crosskill rings are available on Rollex 450-620 and Rexius 650-1020.
Cambridge Heavy Duty
The Heavy Duty version of the conventional Cambridge ring is a good choice when additional consolidation is needed.
Cambridge Heavy Duty rings are available on Rexius 650-1020.
The hardened steel rings break the heaviest clods. The aggressive profile will press down straw into the surface layer to ensure optimal decomposition. The steel ring is a good choice when connecting the roller behind a stubble cultivator.
Steel rings are available on Rexius 500-650.