Novak: machines and laser technology

Laser and GPS technology machines used for the soil tillage process carry the brand name Novak.

The History

The company was founded in 1984, then underwent a modernization in 2006.

This action also reflects in their products: the leveling agricultural machines produced by them become more and more technological and functional.
They go from the small grader and scraper, up to the large leveler with rear pantograph axle.

Novak’s products

We are talking about a range of 6 families made up of a total of 26 products.

As mentioned, in Novak they produce leveling machines and scaper, so they are linked to the agricultural world, but not only.

But what are graders and scrapers exactly?

A scraper is:

In civil engineering, a wheel tractor-scraper is a piece of heavy equipment used for earthmoving. The rear part of the scraper has a vertically moveable hopper with a sharp horizontal front edge which can be raised or lowered. The front edge cuts into the soil, like a carpenter’s plane cutting wood, and fills the hopper. When the hopper is full it is raised, closed, and the scraper can transport its load to the fill area where it is dumped. With a type called an ‘elevating scraper’ a conveyor belt moves material from the cutting edge into the hopper.

And a leveler is:

Self-propelled machine used in road construction for multiple uses, and consists of a blade that can assume, at the driver’s command, different positions. Its power varies, depending on the types, from a few tens to more than 100 kW. The grader is used for the excavation of bumps, slope finishing, preparation of road foundations, maintenance of slopes, etc.

The applications

Agriculture, construction, movement on land, sports fields, greenhouses and gardening, roads: these are the areas in which Novak products are used.

How to choose the right machine for your needs?

NOVAK machines, whether we are talking about scrapers or graders, offer different control systems: GPS, laser or NOVAK GPS + laser system. This makes it possible to work both flat and inclined surfaces, but also shapes defined according to the client’s design.

For more details and information and assistance: Novak.

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