Hard-facing Makes Yetter Knife Tougher

Viper II knife's front edge is strengthened with tungsten carbide.

Published on: Feb 21, 2011

Responding to calls for a tougher knife for fertilizer application, Yetter Mfg. Co., has beefed up it's 3000-200/201 spring-loaded dry side knife and the 3000-206/207 spring-loaded liqauid side knife with a hard-facing application of tungsten carbide.

Yetter officials say growers using the hard-faced Viper II will find it yields better performance and life expectancy. The ground-engaged knife runs at an operating depth of 1 to 3.5 inches.

For  more information, visit www.yetterco.com.

Yetters Viper II features hard-faced front edge for more acres between replacements.
Yetter's Viper II features hard-faced front edge for more acres between replacements.