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FLEXENDS are the best way to save time and money while seeding. FLEXENDS will reduce the vibration of the hose which causes damage to your spreader heads and reduces the splitting and cracking of the hoses during seeding. 

DOWNLOAD FLEXFOLD/FLEXEND PDF HERE

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Super flexible joiner for air seeder hose and spreader head protection.

In the cold months the tube gets more rigid and the vibrations of the hose cause problems with the hose and the spreader heads. FLEXENDS will let the hose move without doing damage to the hose or the heads.

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FLEXEND used as a joiner.

Here you can see the FLEXEND is used for a joiner. There was a kink in the hose when the wing was folded, so the kink was cut out and replaced with a FLEXEND.

VIEW THIS LINK FOR INSTRUCTIONS.

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IN ACTION

Here you can see the tines have been lifted for transport.
This makes the hose kink at the spreader heads. These FLEXENDS bend and make it easy for the farmer to install.

AFTER 1 SEASON

Have a look at the photos!!

Minimal wear after each FLEXEND has done 10 ton of seeding.

This plastic has amazing wear properties

The FLEXFOLD is made from the same plastic.

GET IN TOUCH WITH A LOCAL DEALER TODAY.

B.L.SHIPWAY- S.A, N.T

217 Richmond Rd.

Richmond S.A 5033

WESTATE HOSE SUPPLY- W.A

117 Garling Street

O'Connor W.A 6163

COLLIER AND MILLER- N.S.W

43 Jondaryan Ave

Griffith N.S.W 2680

THUNDERSTRUCK SALES AND MARKETING- NORTH AMERICA

201 South Railway Ave
Winkler, MB
Canada R6W 1J9

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING A FLEXEND AS A JOINER.

  1. Cut out approx. 100mm (4") at the kink point.

  2. Take the FLEXEND and add a hose clamp on each end.

  3. Look for the end of the FLEXEND that says 'hose this end'.

  4. Place this end so it is facing the closest point to the seeding boot.

  5. Tighten the hose clamp on this end.

  6. Hold the FLEXEND firmly and force the other end into the end that says 'head this end'. It will be a very tight fit.

  7. Push the hose in far enough to make sure the tube has gone past the expansion splits.

  8. When the hose is about 8-10mm past the expansions splits tighten up the hose clamps.

 

*NOTE* Ensure the FLEXEND is in the correct direction.​

The flow of the seed or fertilizer should flow from the forced end to the fitted end. This will ensure that there is minimal wear on the hose. 

 

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Grain this direction.

Seeding boot.

Distribution head.