2014-09-19   facebook twitter rss

Kverneland to Release a New Spreading Charts App

Kverneland will launch a new smartphone application to make it even easier to set up your Kverneland fertiliser spreader. The App has a complete new design and a more user friendly navigation structure.

Kverneland will launch the App for Apple’s iPhone (iPad, iPod touch) and smartphones with Android operating systems like Samsung and HTC phones. This new helpful Application will be available for free through Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store.

  Kverneland spreading charts Application available for iOs and Android smartphones

Kverneland spreading charts Application available for iOs and Android smartphones

By installing the new spreading chart App on your smartphone, you will get direct access to the results of specialised testing and fertiliser experience. In just some steps, the App will guide you to the right settings of your spreader, anytime, anyplace, anywhere for almost all commonly used fertiliser types

User friendly
The App is more user friendly and has an easy to use navigation structure. You just select your spreader model, enter the working width, application rate, driving speed and type of application.

As a next step you have to select the fertiliser type and enter the distribution and density of the fertiliser, which you can determine with the granule size box and a scale. Afterwards you will get the advice adjusted to your settings. By following these easy steps, you will be sure you get the best spreading pattern possible in the field.

The spreading charts App will be available in the following languages: English (metric and imperial), French (metric and imperial), German, Dutch, Spanish, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian.


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