HAK hoes are produced out of tempered steel. This process enables the steel to last longer. Decennium of experience in metal processing allows HAK to provide high quality steel hoes for your hoeing machine in any shape and form, such as: mono hoes, half hoes and vibrating hoes.
HAK hoes The HAK hoes characterize itself by its durability, the 60 º angled and steel, forged shaft. The standard sizes of HAK V-hoes are available on stock.
- Standard sizes: 30 x 10 mm and 50 x 12 mm
- Other sizes on stock: 25 x 10, 25 x 10, 25 x 12 , 30 x 12, 40 x 10, 40 x 12, 40 x 15, 40 x 20, 45 x 15, 50 x 15 en 50 x 20 mm.
It is also possible to contact HAK for tailor-made hoe sizes. Please contact us for more information.
HAK half hoes For precise hoeing, close to the crops, HAK advises the half hoe. The embedded cutting edge prevents the ground from breaking up. The hoe can be tilted in the right position in accordance with the wishes of the user. The standard shaft size is 30 x 10 mm. A shaft size which can be adjusted to 50 mm is also among the possibilities. Please contact us for more information.
HAK Mono hoes HAK mono hoes can be used for ridging up or down. The mono hoe is attachable on the right as well as on the left side of the frame. The mono hoe has a centred placed steel stem of 30 x 10 mm. The mono hoe hoeing range is 16 cm.
HAK vibrating hoes The HAK vibrating hoe distinguishes itself from all the other hoes. The HAK vibrating hoe is specially designed in order to move as little earth as possible. The hoes are strengthened with tungsten, which ensures a hard and sharp cutting edge and extends the cutting edge life time.
HAK front hoes HAK front hoes are available in a fixed and an adjustable version. The fixed front hoe is fitted with a fixed shaft of 50 x 12 mm. The adjustable front hoe of the ‘row distance 50’ version has a shaft of 50 x 12 mm. The ‘row distance 75 and row distance 90’ version is fitted with a shaft of 50 x 15 mm.
Restoring Hoes HAK offers to spray your hoes ex work. The hoes receive an A+ quality tungsten treatment on its cutting edge. Specialized personnel ensure an equally sprayed tungsten layer. Because of this, the hoes will be sharp for a longer period of time and eventually wear more evenly. HAK hoeing technique. Since 1917.