360 Yield Center Bullet
Surprisingly, your ripper is likely leaving 40% of the subsoil undisturbed. Dig and you'll find berms of untouched soil that can impede root access to moisture and nutrients.
360 BULLET is a berm buster. Wide wings are aerodynamically positioned toward the front of the point - creating fault lines that stretch horizontally and vertically. And it does this without significantly more horsepower or wear.
IMPROVED ACCESS TO SOIL NUTRIENTS
The precision wing angle and pitch of the 14" wide 360 BULLET lifts and fractures the soil across the total profile, eliminating these berms to increase the roots' access to nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur and water.
The points move a lot more soil and break a lot more compaction layers. But they do this extra work without burning a significantly larger amount of fuel or requiring much more horsepower. The vast majority of customers use the same tractor and the same gear as they do with traditional ripper points.
SELECT THE STYLE THAT FITS YOUR FIELDS
We've developed 360 BULLETs crafted from different materials to give you the best combination of wear and durability for your conditions. For most CaseIH and Deere rippers, we offer a cast chrome point called the 360 BULLET HD+ for high wear. It is a great choice for regions with no rocks. For rippers with a 1.5" shank or 1.25" Landoll shank, we offer a 360 BULLET fabricated with hardened steel and a cast nose cap.
READY TO RIP
360 BULLET ripper points are available for the following models:
Case IH 870, 875, 530 and 730 // John Deere 512 and 2730 // Landoll 2410 and 2430
Kuhn Krause Dominator // DMI 530 and 730
Rugged, fabricated design withstands impact. Wings are reinforced with hardening to improve wear-life and the nose cap is wear-resilient cast.
Aerodynamic design uses just incrementally more horsepower and fuel compared to traditional ripper points - no need to change tractors when you change to the 360 BULLET.
Precision wing angle and pitch lifts and fractures across the soil profile without creating compaction under the wing, eliminating undisturbed berms to provide unrestricted root access to nutrients.