Stainless Steel Meter
Stainless Steel Tank
Two Tank Compartments
Featuring all stainless steel and non-corrodible components, Concord's stainless steel meters are virtually maintenance free and come standard on the 2800 and 3350 air carts. Simple to use, the meters deliver seed and fertilizer precisely and gently to your air drill or any other seeding tool or fertilizer applicator on your farm.
Not only are Concord's stainless steel tanks durable and non-corrosive, but they also don't sweat, reducing the condensation that can cause seed and fertilizer to cake up in poly tanks. Additionally, there is no static electricity to impact product delivery.
The user-friendly ISO compliant electronic control unit monitors a wide variety of important cart functions. Operators can control rates from the cab or load a map for variable rate seeding and fertilizing. The system is compatible with most in-cab ISO terminals, but is optimized for seamless use with the field-proven Raven® CR7™ and Viper® 4+ terminals. Hydraulic driven models are also provided with a remote calibration keypad as standard equipment, allowing operators to calibrate the machine without having to run back and forth between the tanks and tractor cab.
⟩ Fan Speed
⟩ Bin Levels
⟩ Meter Status
⟩ Ground Speed
⟩ Section Switch Box
⟩ NH3 Application
⟩ Acres Seeded
⟩ Application Mass/Volume
⟩ Lifetime Totals
⟩ 12.1-inch capacitive touchscreen
⟩ Fast boot-up time
⟩ Built-in self-test capabilities
⟩ Wireless over-the air software updates
⟩ Optional four-camera system integration
⟩ Lightweight and cost-effective
⟩ 7-inch touchscreen
⟩ Simplified, customizable widget layout
What people say about Concord Seeding equipment
“It’s the best drill I’ve ever been around as far as seed placement and uniformity without disturbing the soil so much. Seed to soil contact is really good with this machine.”
“The Concord has minimal moving parts. It’s basically a trouble-free machine. We have a 50-foot drill that we can run 8 or 9 mph. I’ve seeded 500 acres of soybeans in a day.”
"It's nice to have machinery where you're not having to fix or maintain every morning. You just get in the tractor and take off."