Frame-mounted row cleaner
HOW REVEAL WORKS
Optimum Row Cleaner Performance
Without compromising the row-unit ride.
The frame-mounted row cleaner removes as much residue as possible without removing soil and eliminating the negative effects that row unit-mounted row cleaners have on row-unit ride and changing downforce.
The internal gauge wheel gives more flotation in loose soil allowing the row cleaner to engage consistently with the ground without removing too much dirt. Growers that plant into conventional tillage and loose conditions love this feature of Reveal.
Independent, Adjustable Tine Depth
Set the pressure you need to keep the internal gauge wheel or no-till coulter in the ground, eliminating the bounce of the row cleaner. Then use a T-handle to set how deep the cleaning tines operate for excellent cleaning.
See It In Action
Choose Your Wheels
Which one matches your needs?
The tine wheel is the best all-around wheel. It has effective residue cleaning without moving large amounts of dirt.
Blade wheels have aggressive cleaning ability that is effective in heavy no-till residue and cover crops.
Treaders are beneficial in all conditions. They give flotation ahead of the cleaning wheel and act as a fender for the residue and soil to keep the wheels clean. We recommend running treaders with either blade or tine wheels.
Choose Your Wheel Configuration
Reveal is a customizable row cleaner platform that allows you to choose the combination of wheels that match your field conditions. Take a look at these common systems to the right.
The standard configuration is the best all-around solution for optimal cleaning performance in many different environments. The treader and gauge wheel combo has exceptional flotation ability making it the go-to in conventional tillage systems.
Chat with your local Precision Planting Premier Dealer to see which fit is the best for your planter.
We've Done The Research
Reveal In-Field Performance
Keeping residue out of the seed trench is imperative to get consistent germination and emergence. To do this, it takes a row cleaner that can remove the surface residue and not impact the operation of the row-unit. See how Reveal looks behind the planter with an explanation from Precision Planting Agronomists, Cory Muhlbauer and Aaron Herrmann.