Bobman Super

A quick and effective bedding spreader.

The BOBMAN bedding machines scrape the slats, sweep the stalls and spread an even layer of bedding all in only one pass.

Bobman Super

Key Benefits:

  • Recommended for up to 150 cubicles

  • Compact and manouverable

  • Available in Diesel or Electric

  • Available in 1wd or 3wd

  • Ideal for spreading chopped straw, sawdust, waste paper & lime.

  • Fixed hopper

  • Front LED work light fitted as standard

Optional Extras:

  • Galvanised hopper & panels

  • Limebox dispenser

  • Hopper extension

  • Hopper cover

Machine Specification

Diesel Version


Hatz 1B40

Fuel type


Fuel tank

5 L

Operating time

180 min

Noise level

96 db


8 km/t

Electric Version


4 KW


48 V

Battery - Leadcrystal

4x 12v 70 amp

Operating time

30 min

Operating time

60 min

Noise level

61 db


10 km/t

Applicable for both diesel & electric



Hopper capacity

500 L - 700 L

Spreading distance

50 cm - 200 cm

Brush diameter

75 - 85 cm

Scraper width

1 m


1 m


2,4 m


1,3 m


500 kg

Turning diameter

1,2 m

For a demo or more information call 01524 792247 or use our Enquiry Form

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