Trials Equipment Services - Spares

Trials Equipment is the sole UK stock holder for genuine spare parts to fit the trials machinery as listed below. We are also the UK stock holder for the BVL & Rolland spare parts and these are supplied to the end user via our dealer network.

 

Sampo

Sampo LogoThe home of the corporation is located in Pori, where combine harvesters and forest harvesters are manufactured. Sampo first produced Combine Harvesters in 1957 & now market a modern, full range from the small 2010 plot combine up to the large Comia series. Sampo sells machines to over 50 countries and exports approximately 80% of its products.

Wintersteiger

Wintersteiger LogoBeing close to their customers is very important to WINTERSTEIGER. Overall success in the mechanised field trials sector depends on having the best possible products for the whole breeding process and extends far beyond the classic machine pool usually available. Hege was purchased in 1999 by Wintersteiger. They have developed and manufactured advanced machines and equipment for agricultural trials, plant breeding, research trials and for seed research laboratories.

BVL

BVL LogoThe German family owned manufacturer BvL have been making vertical mixer wagons since 1978, the first in Europe. A conscious effort to base their product line around the cow has led to very practical and strong solutions, simplifying tasks around the farm whilst increasing both animal performance and profitability. BVL have developed the V-DAIRY Feeder feed management system to give real time control of the feeding process. 

BVL manufacture a full range of Diet Feeders at their base in Emsburen, Germany and are one of the market leaders of this product. The machines can be tailor made with over 1,000 customisation options to fit your specifications required on your farm. They are available from 3.5m up to 46m cubic capacity. With over 700 machines having been sold in the UK, BVL have established a firm base for further expansion.

Contact Trials Equipment for UK spare parts

For machine sales in the south contact John Molton on 07947 719 985 or email John.molton@bvl-group.de

For the north contact Paul Mcurich on 07810 040100 or email paulmcurich@gmail.com

Rolland

Rolland Logo Located in the Finistere, West of France. They have been manufacturing manure spreaders and trailers since 1946. ROLLAND evolves and adapts to all situations from its ultra-modern factory with an unrivalled paint process based on the automobile industry. ROLLAND can comfortably manufacture over 2000 machines per year, with 15 products families and more than 100 different models.

Trailers, dumptrailers, spreaders, cattle trailers, flat bed trailers, low loaders, hook lift trailers, sand spreaders, dropside trailers, forage boxes… ROLLAND has always adapted to your needs. 

ROLLAND distributes today its products with a sales network composed of more than 300 dealers in France and in 30 different countries all over the world. 

Contact Trials Equipment UK for spare parts or Alex Clothier for machine sales on 07881 503731 or email a.clothier@btopenworld.com

NIR

We have fitter NIR to the Sampo 2010 combine to work in conjunction with the weighting system and in once case with GPS so you have have the ground position of each reading as it is made.

GPS Seed Dropping

We have converted a lot of seeders to sow the seed from field maps working from the GPS. This is extremely accurate and saves the time consuming task of marking out the field before drilling.

For any spare parts enquiries send an email to parts@trialseq.co.uk

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