Two soil boxes and advanced programming allows you to obtain dual-core samples down to 24” with each probe cycle. As all the Wintex 2000’s functions, the split depth is adjustable from the driver’s seat.
The Wintex probe delivers a homogenous sample—a true picture of your soil’s health, inch by inch. Auger probes, on the other hand, take the majority of their samples from only the soil’s top layer. The specially developed Wintex probe collects approximately 1 lb. of soil with 12-15 cores at a sampling depth of 6", which is the preferred quantity of soil by laboratories.
The addition of a hydraulic hammer allows you to sample even the toughest soils—from gravely hillsides to frozen ground in early spring. Adjust the cylinder pressure for different soil types and conditions.
Electronic Depth Control (EDC) allows the operator to infinitely adjust the depth of the probe by simply adjusting a sensor, which ensures a consistent sampling depth during every cycle.
If a rock or other destructive material causes the machine to reverse before reaching your desired sample depth, the Wintex 1000s automatically discards the sample before placing it in the soil box, which saves you the time and hassle of sorting through bad samples.
Separate the soil's layers into two holding boxes from a single probe to easily catalog your upper/lower level samples for bagging and transport to the lab.
Scraper blades clean the probe between every stick so you can take accurate samples in all types of soil—even in extremely dry, freshly tilled, or wet soils.
The Wintex 1000 integrates with your GPS unit to automatically georeference all of your samples, making repeatable, year-to-year sampling seamless and simple. Also use the data to create precise fertility and fertilizer prescription maps to increase productivity in your fields.
Install or uninstall this Honda-powered system on nearly any vehicle in under an hour when you need the ultimate portable and flexible sampling system.