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Walk around the LaSole Tile Plow
...and its 6in booth
Tiling is very demanding on machinery. For example, tiling a field containing rocks is structurally difficult for both tractor and tile plow. That's why we have installed all the necessary protection systems to prevent breakage.
A first relief valve is connected to the top cylinders can be activated during an empty pass. If you hit large obstacle, this protection allows the tile boot roller unit to "trigger" backwards and gives the operator time to stop. It is adjusted according to the weight of the tractor.
A second relief valve is connected to the central cylinder. This protection is used to prevent the tile boot roller unit, pushing downward, does not lift the rear of the tractor or break the draw bar . It is adjusted according to the weight of the tractor and the resistance of the draw bar.
MANUFACTURE OF TILE BOOTH ROLLER UNIT
We manufacture a separate tile boot roller unit for each tile size. In other words, our tile boot roller for 4 " tile is not the same as for the 6" tile. This allows the tile boot roller to be as narrow as possible, so easier to pull and requiring less HP.
Because we have a separate tile boot roller unit for each tile size, each tile boot roller unit is designed to achieve an ideal tile placement. Indeed, when the "funnel" of the drain is too wide, the lateral support of the tile is not adequate and the tile tends to be squashed, a situation which does not occur with our Tile Plow.
The bottom section of tile boot roller unit is made in trapezium, and not flat or V shaped, to avoid any cavity under the tile and any undesirable deformation. Thus, the shape of our base makes it possible to obtain an optimal support of the entire lower part of the tile.
Our interchangeable tile boot roller system will allow you to switch from one tile size to another in no time. The sizes available are 4", 6" and 8".