Lyndon Engineering have launched their new subsoiler named the Terrabuster 250.
In line with our range of cultivation harrows, we are committed to improving pasture performance and bettering the soil performance for our clients across New Zealand.
The Terrabuster 250 is perfect for both pasture improvement and pre-cultivation subsoil enhancement. After rigorous testing we now have a machine that is ready to be sold alongside our trusted harrow products, which have been used in New Zealand for over 45 years.
The subsoiler has a working width of 2500mm, with a 3000mm subsoil improvement width. The machine is heavy duty, but simple in its construction and operation to keep build costs down. We recommend 120 hp and above to use this sub-soiler.
Orders will be taken from April 2020 and production begins in June 2020 for the upcoming agri season.
Features and benefits can be found on the link below and on Trade Me.
The Lyndon Harrow team are at site L7 in 2019. Please come to see us and discuss your requirements for manure spreading harrows, leaf harrows, arena groomers, 3 Point Linkage Tractor harrows, horse track conditioners, horse track harrows, ATV towable harrows and a wide range of agricultural spike and chain harrows. See you there, Site L7, Mystery Creek June 13 – 16 2019.
Our team is busy working on projects and supply of our products all across New Zealand. The beautiful landscape of the South Island is a great place to work, create and fabricate our solutions for our valued clients.
We are proud to have supplied another Hydraulic Folding frame in December 2017. Our client requested the frame to be painted John Deere green and fitted with our 16mm Combo (spike & chain) harrows. The harrows will be used for clod break-up, trash removal and some seed covering. We build robust equipment to many widths, feel free to contact the team on 0800 HARROWS to find out more.
The team working on the Lyndon Viticulture project known as the ‘Terroir 180’, have presented their design and fabrication overview at the University of Canterbury Engineering campus. Engineers from Lyndon Engineering provided a brief to the Canterbury University to look at solutions to soil improvements in the viticulture and horticultural industry. A team of fourth year students used this brief as part of their final year degree requirements for ‘real world’ solutions in New Zealand.
With some external interest already in being part of this project and its market development in the future, prospects are looking very interesting for the team at Lyndon Engineering over the coming years.
The Lyndon Engineering development team are finalising the design for their viticulture soil improvement system after many months of market research. Field trials begin in late May for the machine known as the ‘Terroir 180’ which will improve a vineyards and general horticultural soil structure.
The project team includes four 4th year University of Canterbury Engineering professionals, along with Elton Hyde and Richard Butler from Lyndon Engineering. The development project involves a range of engineering disciplines including steel fabrication, pneumatics, electronics, hydraulics and flow control.
If you would be interested in your vineyard to be part of our trial process in the Spring of 2017 please contact Elton Hyde at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +64 3 3478516. If you have a soil depth of at least 300mm then our trials will be suited to your environment.