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It is possible to equip your spreading implement with an exact/gooseneck/swinging scatterer in order to fertilise areas where the use of your spreading implement is impossible (e.g. due to the soil moisture or working width). In this case, a system of manual or hydraulic valves directs the flow of slurry to the scatterer.

The JOSKIN meadow injectors are fitted as standard with mechanical anti-drip pincers releasing the injection hose automatically when the injection element touches the ground (and inversely when the element leaves it). Each pincer has a rounded jaw and a pinch stop to limit the wear to the rubber injection cone as much as possible. They can be replaced by hydraulic pincers, which can be opened or closed at any time without having to lift or lower the injector.

All arable and meadow injectors controlled by a sequential block have a system (standard or optional depending on the model) to lift the injector in wet areas, thus preventing it from sinking too deeply. This device consists of a valve that lifts the rear implement when going from a dry area to a wet one, while keeping the feeding valve open and the macerator active.

Among the most interesting options on the MULTI-ACTION injector is the addition of cutting discs in front of the shares. They are thin (3 mm for a Ø of 250 mm) and are mainly used to avoid the "rake" effect, i.e. the cutting of debris (grass, tree branches, etc.) before the injection.

As an option, it is possible to temporarily reduce the spreading width of the booms by using ball valves. These are placed at the outlet of the SCALPER macerator and are manually operated. For example, you can avoid spreading in the tracks of the sprayer when fertilising your crop fields. Another very practical solution is the pneumatic section control. In this case, a balloon system installed on the spreading line after the SCALPER macerator is inflated (by a compressor) to temporarily block the hose.