The KUHN Knight ProSpread® Commercial Series sets the standard for durability and versatility in the commercial box spreader class. Available in truck and trailer models, these machines are designed for operators who need a high-capacity, heavy-duty machine to spread the toughest materials, including pen pack, feedlot/dairy manure, poultry litter, compost, bio-sludge and lime, as well as many other solid and flowable materials. This spreader provides consistent performance, dependability and long life with its sturdy all-welded construction, friction-resistant poly floor and innovative split-apron drive.
Features may include:Heavy-Duty Undercarriage
The heavy-duty undercarriage on trailer models provides a solid foundation to haul the heaviest loads. The rugged tandem axle adds strength and durability. It also provides greater flotation and more oscillating capability over uneven terrain to help limit soil compaction.All-Steel, Welded Construction
An all-steel construction provides the backbone and solid framework for these spreaders. This simple, yet effective design keeps the sides and beater panels aligned for the life of the machine. The all-welded construction includes a reinforced tongue that pulls directly from the axle for added strength and durability. An A-frame assembly keeps the sides and beater panels correctly aligned for strong box integrity. A round-tube bottom, on the rear, promotes self-cleaning by helping prevent material breakup.Dual-Apron Design
The heavy-duty dual apron on PSC 100 Series models provides dependability for winter hauling and when spreading heavier, heaped loads. The 667 XH pintle apron chain provides increased strength to pull through the heaviest material with little worry about breakage.The dual apron features offset 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 2 steel slats which provide more consistent feeding of material. The dual apron also offers increased rigidity and longevity for both apron chains and slats.High-Density, Two-Piece Poly Floor
A two-piece, 3/4 solid poly floor provides more strength and durability than individual tongue and groove boards while reducing friction. This means that less power is required for unloading versus alternative steel or wooden floors. The poly floor provides impact resistance when dropping heavy loads into the spreader. The two-piece design allows for expansion or contraction with changing temperatures. The plastic floor also reduces winter freeze-down issues to provide trouble-free service and long life.