Kverneland PW - RW

Efficient, flexible, easy to operate

"3-in-1" plough for high capacity ploughing

7 - 14 furrows

Efficient, flexible, easy to operate

The well proven Kverneland PW/RW “3 in 1 concept" consists of a robust semi-mounted plough in the front and a standard EG or LB mounted reversible plough at the rear.
Depending on weather and soil conditions, either use the whole wagon plough or only the front or the rear plough. 

The advantages:

  • robust design + Kverneland unique steels and heat treatment technology !
  • quality ploughing thanks to the 3 point linkage of the center section. It follows the ground at all times.
  • easy and safe to adjust and to operate (ATS, Isobus, manual management with the addition of a valve controller or manual management via tractor control)
  • unrivalled Auto-reset system for PW for non-stop ploughing. No maintenance. Shearbolt protection for RW
  • Variomat Vari-width® for On the Move or manual furrow width adjustments
  • "In Furrow" and/or "On Land" 
  • stable and safe while turning and in transport
  • Packomat compatible
  • wide range of accessories
  • 7 to 14 furrows 

Technical Specifications:

Models (Stepwise) Interbody clearance cm Underbeam clearance cm Furrow width cm No of furrows
PW 100 70/75 35 - 50 7 - 12
RW 100 70/80 35 - 50 7 - 12


Models (Vari-width®) Interbody clearance cm Underbeam clearance cm Furrow width cm No of furrows
PW 100 70/75 35 - 50  7 - 14
PW 115 70/75 35 - 50 7 - 10
RW 100 70/80 35 - 50 7 - 14
RW 115 70/80 35 - 50 7 - 10

Unique frame robustness PW / RW

Importance of heat treatment

  • The frame is an essential part of the plough construction. For Kverneland quality standards, a non heat treated part is a weak part!
  • Kverneland frames are heat treated by induction twice. The temperature transfer to the steel is closely monitored. The frame gains 3 times as much strength. This unique Kverneland induction processes provides robustness and flexibility while ensuring an outstanding durability.

Stronger but not heavier

  • For the equivalent Kverneland robustness, competitors would use more steel in thickness or in dimensions, therefore producing a heavier frame.
  • Heavier frame impacts negatively pulling forces, wearing of parts, lifting capacities, tractor life time, and fuel consumption.

Long lasting

  • Weldings are also a critical weakness for a plough frame. Kverneland frames are supplied as one sole part, no welding!

Frame availability

  • 120 x 200 mm 7-9 furrows
  • 200 x 200 mm 10 and12 furrows
  • 200 x 250 mm 12 and 14 furrows
  • The “tail” of the plough is either a 200 or a 300 head stock EG/LB plough

Vari-Width® (Variomat) System

Stepless Vari-width® system for infinite adjustments of working width, from 30 to 50 cm (12 to 20”) depending on models. Kverneland’s world patented system is available either with hydraulic or mechanical furrow adjustments.


  • Easy variation of ploughing capacity
  • Perfect match at all time between tractor capacity, implement and soil conditions
  • Time saving: up to 30% more capacity
  • Cost saving: up to 18% reduction in fuel consumption in relation with increased ploughing capacity
  • Better work: plough up to the hedges, fences, trees and ditches
  • Minimum wear: unique non-wearing linkage joint between the beams and the mainframe section
  • Perfect line of pull at all time. Kverneland’s Vari-width offers the correct parallel linkage along the whole plough. Therefore, lower draft requirement, minimum wear and tear. 

Shearbolt leg protections

Robust legs with 80cm underbeam clearance.
Ideal leg protections for light to the heaviest soils without stones.
Shearbolt protections with 4200 kp release force.

Heat Treatment

Kverneland Heat Treatment Technology:

  • more than 130 years of experience
  • steels that withstand the toughest of conditions
  • best robustness/weight ratio on the market
  • for equivalent robustness, competitors would add more steel and therefore more weight, quicker wear, disappointing ploughing results

Kverneland Steels:

  • Benefits from less weight:
    easier to pull/lower fuel consumption/lower lift requirement/reduced wear and stress for the tractor/more economical …
  • Benefits from more resistance:
    minimum breakage/less maintenance/lower rotation for wearing parts/time saving/highest 2nd hand plough value/longer life for the plough/more economical…

Problems always happen when the plough is being used, when the work must be done!

A Kverneland plough is a peace mind!

More info: Kverneland Technology