With slurry hosing, the slurry is delivered to the field via a hose: The advantages result from the fact that the tractor with the spreading unit travels across the field in loops, protecting the soil. The advantages are that the tractor with the spreading unit travels across the field in loops, protecting the soil, and delivers the liquid manure evenly to the ground.
We have understood what the perfect slurry hose has to do and design reliable hose solutions.
Slurry hosing - what's the point?
The advantages of slurry hosing are that the tractor travels across the field in loops, protecting the soil, and the slurry is evenly metered to the soil by a distribution unit.
This only works non-stop if the feed hose is pressure-stable and the abrasion-resistant drag hose has a small bending radius so that it can reliably do its job intact during the meandering movement over the surface.
Once the surface has been completely covered, both hoses must be rolled up again to save as much space as possible.
Already during production, we provide our hoses with the properties that make the difference in practice:
The be-all and end-all during the extrusion of feed and drag hoses is the exact, continuous centering of the textile insert, while it is encased by the PU or rubber layer on the outside and lined on the inside.
A textile liner that is centered and embedded in the hose means that the outer cover is also uniformly strong and provides optimum protection for the textile. This ensures the tensile strength of the hose and it resists natural abrasion, point loads as well as mechanical damage.
After PU hoses have been manufactured using the press-through process, they run through a final, all-important production step: in what is known as GH normalization, the hose is prepared for its task. The normalized hose convinces with smooth handling.
And if it should be necessary to re-band a normalized hose, the coupling fits the hose like a glove because its diameter does not change from the first to the last working use.