Pneumatic precision drill with a working width of 12m for best precision seeding and large capacity
The Kverneland Optima is the universal pneumatic precision drill for maize, sunflowers, field beans, unpelleted beet, pelleted beet, dwarf beans, soya beans, peas, and many other types of seeds, ready for mulch or conventional sowing.
Within this product group of the well-proven Kverneland Optima precision drills, the Optima TFmaxi is the large trailed model with a working width of 12m, thus especially adjusted for today’s modern large-scale farms and contractors. It offers a unique performance with up to 100 hectare in one day – reducing the costs for the tractor and the driver.
The Optima TFmaxi is equipped with a 4000l fertiliser hopper and 16 seed hoppers of 55l each. Despite the large capacity, the pulling force is still low - starting from 240hp
The Optima TFmaxi combines high performance technology with maximum user friendliness. The machine’s clear and logical layout together with the high level of intelligent technology offer the user maximum ease of use, from set-up and filling, to transport and seeding operation
|Working width / transport width||12.00m (75cm) / < 3.00m|
|Transport length / transport height / transport speed||9.80m / 3.48m/ 50km/h (max. transport loading 2 t)|
|Row width||70cm, 75cm, 80cm|
|Working wheels and transport wheels||6 x 12.5/80 and 2 x 560/60|
For mulch and conventional sowing
Seeding heart without seals for HD-II
Seeding heart without seals
IsoMatch GEOCONTROL - Cost saving with immediate payback
Seeding with GPS and GEOCONTROL in combination with an electric driven precision drill is a major step towards precision and cost saving. These machines are all equipped with ISOBUS technology which with the help of the IsoMatch Tellus terminal, can be easily controlled.
Each electric driven seeding element, in combination with GPS and GEOCONTROL, is automatically switched on or off in exactly the right place, ensuring there is no overlap with any row that has already been seeded. This is especially handy in triangular fields, on curved or irregular shaped headlands.