Highly durable rotomoulded fertilizer hoppers
Due to their numerous benefits, rotomoulded fertilizers hoppers are becoming the preferred solution for agricultural equipment manufacturers. Rotomoulded fertilizer hoppers are made of high-density polyethylene, a material that is extremely resistant to impacts, UV rays, and chemicals. This means they are highly durable and can withstand harsh conditions on farms, making them a long-lasting solution.
Rotomoulded hoppers are also much lighter than traditional hoppers made of metal or fiberglass, making them easier to handle and maneuver. This makes them ideal for use on tractors and other agricultural equipment, reducing the risk of damage to the equipment and increasing efficiency on the farm.
Rotomoulded fertilizer hoppers have some unique specifications:
- Smooth internal surface for optimal emptying without residue
- Durable and indestructible recyclable material
- They can be tailored to the needs of customers, for instance in terms of shape, size and color
- They are made from recycled materials that can be recycled at the end of their life
Designed to provide improved performance
Rotomoulded fertilizer hoppers can be manufactured in any size and shape to meet the specific needs of each customer. This allows manufacturers to provide tailored solutions, increasing the overall satisfaction of their customers. Rotomoulding is a continuous process, which means that large quantities of hoppers can be produced in a short amount of time. This increases the efficiency of production and reduces the lead time for customers, making it a more attractive solution for manufacturers.
Our fertilizer hoppers are made from recycled materials and can also be recycled at the end of their life. This makes them a more environmentally friendly solution compared to traditional hoppers, made of metal or fiberglass. The hoppers are designed to provide improved performance compared to traditional hoppers. Their smooth, rounded design reduces the risk of clogging, ensuring a consistent flow of fertilizer to the field, increasing efficiency, and reducing the risk of crop damage.