The new 400 rotary cultivator from Italian manufacturer Bertolini is ideal for home users with small gardens and allotments requiring periodic soil preparation for sowing, even in particularly difficult conditions.
The rear tine cultivator is equipped with a 50cm wide counter-rotating rotor assembly which facilitates work operations. The rotor turns in the opposite direction to the direction of rotation of the wheels, thus giving the operator the maximum control of the cultivator and significantly reducing transmitted vibration levels. The working depth can be adjusted with six different settings.
Driving the rotor is a powerful 182cc Emak K 700 H OHV engine. The recoil-starting machine has a two-speed gearbox with one forward plus one reverse gear, making it easier to manoeuvre, especially on sloping ground. The ON/OFF and accelerator controls are conveniently located on the handgrip for maximum accessibility.
Weighing in at 75kg and featuring height-adjustable handles to suit the operator's posture, the Bertolini 400 rear tine cultivator has front ballast installed to improve stability during use.