Machinery

New Zealand Plough Discs – The Preferred Form

A plough disc, sometimes called a turf disc, is the commonest and simplest of ploughs. It’s simple, efficient and reliable – exactly what any plough manufacturer wants from their tools. It’s also the cheapest and easiest to use. In other words it is an uncomplicated piece of machinery and therefore an object of my present invention to offer a simple and cost-effective method of refurbishing a dull, worn out plough disc that will either eliminate or reduce the above mentioned disadvantages in an easy yet cost-effective manner. Moreover it has the added advantage of being available in various designs, sizes, shapes and weights.

plough disc

New Zealand Plough Discs – The Preferred Form

A plough disc, sometimes called a turf disc, is the commonest and simplest of ploughs. It’s simple, efficient and reliable – exactly what any plough manufacturer wants from their tools. It’s also the cheapest and easiest to use. In other words it is an uncomplicated piece of machinery and therefore an object of my present invention to offer a simple and cost-effective method of refurbishing a dull, worn out plough disc that will either eliminate or reduce the above mentioned disadvantages in an easy yet cost-effective manner. Moreover it has the added advantage of being available in various designs, sizes, shapes and weights.}

One of the disadvantages of old and worn plough discs is they tend to produce little or no sound when struck. They also produce less than optimum results and can be quite a hassle to operate. The new and improved New Zealand ploughs discs are a result of years of research and testing. They produce maximum efficiency, are highly durable and do not wear easily, and the noise they produce is insignificant compared to the noise created by the original old style plough disc.

This new design combines simplicity, ease of use, durability and excellent value for money into a very attractive package. The central hub 1 and steel plate disc construction mean the discs can be easily replaced if damaged, unlike the original design where you had to drill through the turf to access the inner core. Replacing the damaged disc with a new one is a relatively simple process, and takes hardly any time at all. The overall value for money offered by this innovation is hard to match.