Balzer Makes Tracks Hauling Grain

Balzer Makes Tracks Hauling Grain

New Field Floater 4 sports hydraulic suspension and four steerable track units.

Four hydraulically suspended steerable track units give the Balzer Field Floater 4 a unique profile. The new grain cart is also a hot rod at unloading grain -- at nearly 1,100 bushels per minutes.

The Field Floater 4 comes in three models, 1325, 1550 and 200, all with about 9 to 13 pounds per square inch field weight, and steering radius measurements comparable with wheeled carts (10 degrees).

The new machines feature 1,090 bushels per minute unloading rates through a bi-directional unloader auger which takes cues from an in-cab joystick.

For more information on the new tracked grain carts, visit www.balzerinc.com.

Balzer's Field Floater 4 features front and rear steerable tracks for 10 degree steering radius and even weight distribution.

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