Kverneland has introduced a new fertiliser spreader to its line-up of Exacta twin disc models. A narrow frame model, it’s called the CL W PRO, and slots into the range below the CL GEOSPREAD version, replacing the single weigh-cell CL EW model.

The PRO specification brings more accuracy and precision over the CL EW thanks to the use of four 2.5 tonne capacity load cells in combination with a reference sensor, to improve weighing accuracy and reliability. With a full complement of weigh cells, the new CL W PRO is capable of achieving greater precision and application accuracy, through dynamic weighing. It also provides plug-and-play functionality, being ISO 11783 compatible.

Improving the technology available on this mid-spec machine also enables the spreader to carry out basic GEOSPREAD section control functions when purchased with a licence key.

In its most basic form, the Exacta CL W PRO offers a 1300-litre hopper capacity, though it can be equipped with hopper extensions to boost carrying capacity. One extension delivers an 1800-litre capacity; two extensions create 2300 litres, and a third – the maximum available for this model – delivers a 2800 litre hopper capacity.

The CL W PRO is capable of delivering a spread width from 10-33 metres. Its two spreading discs each carry eight vanes, fed from Kverneland’s proven CentreFlow distribution system that starts the fertiliser acceleration process before it reaches the vanes, to minimise damage to the fertiliser.

Standard specification includes a folding hopper cover, hopper sieves, mudguards for disc and vane protection, ExactLine border spreading device, and LED road lights. Price of the CL W PRO starts from £15,910.