If you have an allotment and are interested in cropping your vegetables or fruits then the rotavator will be of great help to you. It is like a combine harvester with four strokes and is designed for tilling ground cover. This is used by most gardeners and tillers to till a small area. The rotavator can be mounted on a stand, which makes it very easy to work with and move around.
There are basically two kinds of rotavator – those that have a plow attachment and those that do not. A plow attachment is usually located at the bottom of the rotavator and rotates the tiller along the surface of the soil. Rotavators with plows have spindly legs and are difficult to control. They tiller uneven ground and cannot be adjusted for changing ground condition. The purpose of an allotment rotavator is to provide maximum control and ease of working with tilling depth.
There are many brands of rotavators available in the market, but there are few that have more merit than the Daltilefabric AB (Dalaman). They are a part of Swedish construction company of the same name and have been making quality rotavators and other garden tools for over 40 years. They are well known for their durability, excellent construction and ergonomic design. The rotavator has an automatic lift system and comes complete with a carrying case and a tiller too. One of the most important parts of any garden tool is the cutting deck that holds the cutting blades. This is the part that a lot of people tend to ignore when they are buying tools but should be given adequate attention because the deck not only provides a good grip, but it also protects the blades from damage.
The Daltilefabric AB tiller is equipped with a hydraulic lifting system, which enables the user to raise the deck to the desired height. This is operated by a push button or a remote control. This is one of the most important safety features that a rotavator must have as if it falls down or gets stuck on the ground the chances of it hitting the head of a small child are pretty high. The hydraulic lifting system is also powered by a diesel engine, so the user can ensure that there is enough power for the task at hand.
The Daltilefabric AB tiller is also fitted with steel tines, which increase its strength and durability. The tines have been triple-stacked to make them much stronger than normal and have a much longer throw. It is very easy to control the height and duration of the rotavator thanks to the steel tines. The tines have been designed in such a way as to increase the chances of it being able to dig into the soil at the precise depth required.
The design of the Daltilefabric Airstream Garden Rotavator is very clever and incorporates two big design elements – the long lasting steel tines and the cleverly designed hydraulic lifting system. One very useful feature that this garden rotavator is fitted with is what is called a ‘digging booster’. This is an electronic device that automatically raises the tines as it digs into the soil. This means that it is much safer than using manual hands to raise it, particularly if there are children present or there is not enough soil to get the rotavator into the right position.
The Daltilefabric Airstream Garden Rotavator has been designed with a tilting mechanism. This means that when it is turned on to move, it will turn over until it finds the right angle to start digging. Once it has found the correct angle, the hydraulic lift system will start raising the tines and as they rise the tines will move into the soil. It is the lifting action of the rotavator and the rising of the tines that raises the level of the soil so that it can be ready for planting. However, it is important to note that the Daltilefabric Airstream is only suitable for large allotment areas. If you have a smaller garden you will need to use a different rotavator that is fitted with a shorter fixing length.
You will also find other useful features such as a tilting mechanism that allows you to vary the height at which the tines are dug in order to vary the tilling depth. This is especially useful for those with allotment areas that are very irregular in shape. With the tilting mechanism, you can vary the depth of the soil by turning the Daltilefabric Airstream over. The Daltilefabric Airstream is available in two different versions: the self-propelled version and the fixed model, which have to be supported manually.