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S-150

Designed specifically for orchard and turf use, the dual-spinner Willmar S-150 pull-type spreader fits the precision pattern needs of smaller applications. The optional orchard deflectors are designed to place the bulk of the material at the center of orchard rows.

Key Features

Hopper Capacity Struck 49.6 cu ft (1.40 m3)
Hopper Capacity Heaped 53.6 cu ft (1.51 m3)
Maximum Gross Weight 7,000 lbs (3,175 kg)
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Features

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Corrosion Resistant Materials

Every Willmar spreader is designed with corrosion-resistant phenolic flooring so material moves smoothly, reducing build-up and extending the life of the conveyor chain.

A powder painting process enhances the overall protection of Willmar equipment. Once paint is applied, equipment goes through a quick cure oven that bonds the powder paint to the steel for a high-quality, durable finish that protects and extends the life of the spreader.

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Consistent Conveyor Systems

Depending on the model, Willmar spreaders are equipped with a two-speed conveyor belt that provides an application rate of less than 100 lbs. per acre to over 2,000 lbs. per acre. The chain and sprocket conveyor ground drive system maintains a consistent relationship between ground speed and conveyor speed insuring precise application of materials even in moist condition. A slip clutch sprocket assembly is incorporated to prevent damage to drive components.

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Equal Load Distribution

A multi-leaf, spring suspension system with rocker arms positioned on both sides of each axle reduces bounce, improves stability and provides a smooth ride for a consistent spray pattern. The suspension system allows you to unhook from the spreader without the risk of tilting or tipping over.

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Accurate Spread Pattern

Willmar spreaders are available in single- or dual-spinner configurations. The single spinner has a 65-ft. (19.8 m) total spread pattern width using a single-pass, flat-type pattern which helps reduce the number of passes across a field for more economical operation.

Dual-spinner models are available with 40- (12.2 m) or 50-foot (15.2 m) that delivers an 80- or 100-foot spread, respectively, that creates a pyramid-style spread pattern with 100% overlap which reduces spread pattern variations due to wind and rough terrain.