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Case IH Nutri-Placer 930 Fertilizer Application Toolbar

Pull-type fertilizer toolbar

The Case IH Nutri-Placer 930 was designed and built with the customer in mind. This pull-type anyhdrous applicator toolbar can accommodate all sizes of farming operations

Toolbar Offerings
The Nutri-Placer 930 provides consistent nitrogen placement in the root zone with excellent sealing capability for maximum potential nitrogen-use efficiency by the crop. The toolbar comes in working widths of 27.5 feet, 32.5 feet, 37.5 feet, 42.5 feet, and 47.5 feet. The 930 is equipped to match the Case IH Puma, Maxxum, Magnum and some of the Steiger row crop tractors. In addition to the 60 and 65 foot models introduced in 2010, a new 50 foot version has been added.

The Nutri-Placer 930 toolbar has a heavy-duty welded frame design for more uptime, faster ground speeds, and maximum reliability and durability. Welded cross-members between the forward and rear tube add strength and durabililty. Three rows of thick tubing that run the entire toolbar's width support the toolbar's strong ground-engaging components at field speeds up to seven mph. Double-gusseted joints, top and bottom, are found throughout the design, to allow producers to navigate rolling terrain with confidence.

The beefed-up front hitch adds strength to support the main frame and rear hitch when pulling at the faster in-field ground speeds seen in today's ag world. A strong deluxe rear hitch with a straight through design for effortless hook-up has poly skid plates for reduced friction and operator fatigue. The rear hitch also swings and can be extended to more easily facilitate hitching to a tank. A clevis hitch complements the tough frame for trouble-free hook-up. This more universal hitch assembly accommodates all sizes and types of tractors.

Accurate Application
The Nutri-Placer coulters deftly chop through residue. The knife and sealing discs for product application enable the toolbar to handle a wide range of soil conditions. The coulter effectively creates a path for the shank, which forms a fertilizer trench without building up residue. the coulter sports an extra-strong assembly, providing reliable down-pressure and penetration in hard soils and heavy crop residues. Slipping coulter shaftss are a thing of the past with the all-new recessed positions for the coulter lock bolts.

Several different shank options are available for the 930. Rigid shanks, heavy duty spring shanks, coulter/shank combination for narrow rows or the popular High Clearance Shank (HCS), the 930 can offer it all. New to the 930 is the redesigned HCS. Originally introduced on the Nutri-Placer 940 in 2010, the HCS shank is designed for soils with rocks and other obsturctions, but also works well in rock-free soil. This proven, knife-based technology provides precise nitrogen placement and retention.

Two opposing sealing discs seal the furrows created by the coulter and shank. The discs can be positioned in either concave or reverse convex positions, if desired. Solid discs are recommended for conventionally tilled fields, while notched discs are recommended for consistent closing in fields with heavy residue. Strengthened running gears also allows the applicator to handle operating speeds of up to seven mph.

Easy and Efficient Transport
While the Nutri-Placer 930 boast a durable frame, it also flexes enough to simply fold up over the center main frame for narrow transport. Models less than 40 feet are single fold, while models over 40 feet are double fold. Reinforced wing pivots with non-greaseable poly bushings make folding simple. The poly bushings extend the unit's life and significantly reduce service needs. On larger models, a flow divider allows the wings to fold at the same time, resulting in less frame stress and more productivity. This means more time spent in the working poisition and less time in transport.

A handheld turnbuckle, which adjusts the depth settings on the toolbar's single point depth control, means producers can leave the wrenches in the shop and easily make adjustments in the field. The hydraulic lift system allows the unit to raise and lower more evenly for maintaining consistent application depth. It has a single series circuit, so when the toolbars rise to their highest position, the cylinders re-phrase.