In terms of the applications and functions, the Multi-Metering Systems of the MDP series are similar to Pneumatic Seeders of the PS series. With its compact design and the diverse mounting possibilities, this type covers a large range of applications. The MDP is perfectly suited for spreading all common types of small seeds, seed mixtures, and slug pellets as well as for new seeding or re-seeding of grassland. Due to the simple mounting and conversion on various soil tillage implement, the MDP can be used several times a year for a wide range of applications.
The "P" stands for "pneumatic". Its function and use are similar to those of a classic Pneumatic Seeder, the Multi- Metering System offers 6 outlets for a working width of up to 14.7 ft (4.5 m). The spreader is operated using the control module 5.2 (control module 3.2 is also possible as an alternative).
Using the electrically controlled metering shaft, the seed enters the air channel where it is conveyed by the blower fan to the baffle plates through plastic hoses. This means that exact spreading of seed is possible even if it is windy!
1 For the use with Control Box 1.2 & 5.2
2 For the use with Control Box 5.2
CAUTION! Due to the 1 to 2 transition pieces, the spreader is not suitable for large seed such as field beans, spelt, etc.
The spreader is not suitable for corrosive (fertilizing) agents!
Main company focus: Dairy farming, Winter service
The device and control work very well. We have mounted the device on a through seeder.
Mr.Kaufmann, Farmer from Austria
"I use the MDP 100 M 1 on a reverse tiller on a John Deere 3038 in gardening and landscaping for the creation of new lawns and flower strips.
In addition, it is used for reseeding horse pastures. I am more than satisfied with the condition and the precise application of the seed. Next up is the purchase of a GS 300 where the MDP will also be installed. Keep up the good work APV
Mr.Petersen, farmer from Germany
"The MDP in combination with my cultivator is the perfect match for seeding cover crops."
M. Doninger, Farmer