The Lincolnshire designer and manufacturer of vegetable harvesting equipment will also be showcasing its 2020 Evolution separator on Stand 3 in the Stanley Sheldon Hall.
The Trinity 6000 features front and rear-mounted cutting units, which give the perfect balance both in the field and on the road. It has been fitted with shear plates to help achieve fine chopping of the haulm. The wide range of flail lengths ensures class leading suction in the row bottoms. Scotts utilise a floating parallelogram action on the rear units to allow each topper unit to move freely up and down over varying terrain. The company offers the option of a hydraulic control upgrade, which gives the driver precise control of the rear unit’s cutting height from inside the cab. With transmission rated up to 250bhp Scotts believes the performance of its toppers are way ahead of the competition.
As well as the Trinity 6000, Scotts will also be showing visitors its Evolution Separator, the innovative harvesting machine which quickly and effectively removes clod, stones, haulm and loose soil from a wide range of vegetables.
2019 has been a record-breaking year for Scotts, with sales of its toppers and Evolution up 35% year on year.
As well as seeing Scott’s market-leading machines, managing director Derek Scott will be on stand, outlining the company’s plans for 2020 and offering a range of end of year discounts.
“We’ve just celebrated the company’s 25th birthday, and we’re delighted to be able to say that 2019 has been an excellent year for us. We are extremely grateful to all our customers who have placed orders with us and looking forward to bringing the year to a close in style,” says Derek. “The Midlands Machinery Show is always a great event, and we’re looking forward to catching up with customers and old friends.”