Spread unit with belt transmission

BREDAL provides two different types of belt transmissions: 4500-1 and 4500-2, both of which are available with and without a headland gear and as a reversed model.

The principal advantage of belt transmission is that the belts are slightly elastic, like a clutch of sorts, so that the belts can give if a large clod or similar gets stuck.

The 4500-1 spread unit has a belt that drives the discs used on the lift-mounted spreaders and on the smallest K spreaders.

The 4500-2 spread unit has two belts which drive the discs used on the biggest spreaders.

Two different gearings are available for the headland gear: one for a 12–28 meter working widths and one for 24–36 meters.