Doubles the mixing effect
The MixIn shin throws the material forwards instead of upwards, which otherwise is the usual direction. This forces the material to pass the tine twice, doubling the mixing intensity both in depth and lengthwise.
The forward movement provides an intense lengthwise distribution of the crop residues. The mixing effect compensates for a limited straw distribution after a combine. This provides same conditions over the entire field, increasing the yield potential for the coming crop.
By doubling the mixing effect, the MixIn shin provides superior mixing throughout the working depth of the machine. This means that the cultivator takes full advantage of each centimetre of its working depth. The MixIn shin saves diesel, while improving the mixing results on the field.
Great levelling effect
The intensive forward movement of soil levels uneven parts of the field, such as wheel tracks. By levelling in the same pass as the cultivating operation, the need for additional levelling passes on field is reduced.
Increased mixing with the same fuel cost
The MixIn shin is available in several widths. By equipping the machine with a wider shin than the selected point, the mixing effect is increased without altering the fuel cost.