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Tackle silage management with new blade

Tackle silage management with new blade

Anbo Manufacturing offers fully adjustable hydraulic angle and tilt silage blade.

Make easy work with silage with Anbo Manufacturing's new Silage blade. The full-size, hydraulic angle silage blade is designed to move large amounts of material quickly. The blade has a 3/8-inch mold board and a unique rear-formed channel adds strength and helps prevent buildup on the blade. The mold board has a 12-inch full view perforated top screen for easy visibility of the material load.

The full-size, hydraulic angle silage blade is designed to move large amounts of material quickly. The blade has a 3/8-inch mold board and a unique rear-formed channel adds strength and helps prevent buildup on the blade.

The standard blade is offered in a straight push for basic operational performance. The blade can also be upgraded with the full hydraulic angle capabilities up to 30-degrees left and right. Another upgrade available allows the blade to be a full 6-way hydraulic angle and 10 degress of hydraulic tilt allow for more material control and easier operation in tight places.

Anbo has the inventory of mounts and designs to work with almost any make and model of machine in the market today. And the company offers custom mount solutions too. Most of the blades are used on machines with horsepower ratings of 75 to 300 hp.

The blade can come in user definable widths from 10- to 20-feet. Other options include pin-on box ends for more material handling and control. If the carrier machine lacks added hydraulic lines for the angle function, a hydraulic diverter valve can be added to provide the additional function. The unit also has replaceable high-carbon grader bits to allow for optimal clearing and scraping performance over the life of the product. And there are fully adjustable, extra wide abrasion resistant skid shoes to provide for user-definable blade settings to optimize the material collection levels, avoid ground contact and prevent collecting dirt and rock.

Learn more by visiting www.anbomanufacturing.com.

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