FAQs

Find answers to FAQs (frequently asked questions) about Ryan NT hours of operation, contacts, products and general customer account information.

General

24/7 from 12 a.m. to 12 p.m. Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Horsham, Victoria, Australia. Distributor in USA – Polytech.

We do have machines running throughout Australia and through many states in the US and areas of Europe. Give Paul Ryan a call, and he will be able to direct you to the closest to your property. Call Paul on +61 417 354 617.

2012 692 3626

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1 Heslop Court, Horsham, Victoria.

Distributor, Poly Tech Industries, Inc., is located at 238 Industrial Park Rd Drive, Monticello, GA 31064, United States.

Ryan Farming Machinery and RFM NT.

Contact

Customers based in Australia, contact Paul Ryan. For international customers, we recommend that you contact the dealer who sold you the equipment.

Accounts

You may request a statement of your account at any time by contacting us by phone, fax, email or mail.

We provide statements on a regular basis. They are also available on request.

Updated information can be provided to us by phone, fax, email or mail.

Product Specific - General

Yes. Please contact Paul Ryan to arrange on +61 417 354 617.

Product Specific - Retrofit Double Discs

Yes, they are greaseable Timkin tapered bearing. There are two bearings to each hub with a rubber seal on the inside. The bearings have the grease nipple positioned between them.

On average, you use 50% less horsepower than you would with a tyne machine. However, many factors influence this requirement, such as soil type, machine configuration, application and what you are trying to achieve.

Deep banding tubes are an option. We have achieved separation with. It all comes down to soil types and speed.

Very minimal. We recommend that you check disc bearing in the first 100 hours and then grease every 100 hours from thereon.

Yes, they can. It comes down to soil types, speed, and conditions.

The lead disc at the front is always the notched disc.

We regularly plant into hard pastures. The results depend on soil types, speed and conditions.

We recommended starting with 3 spaces on each side. We recommend aiming for a 3-6mm gap at the leading edge of the discs for loam to heavy soils and no more than 1mm for sandy soils. The loam to heavy soils will close the gap between the disc coulters.

Yes, you can. We also stock adapters to suit other tyne models.

Yes, you can. We also stock adapters to suit other tyne models.

Product Specific - Tynes

The horsepower varies based on the points used. Many factors influence this requirement, such as soil type, machine configuration, application and what you’re trying to achieve.

Yes, we do. Our mounted assembly fits all common frame sizes.

Yes, you can. The legs come in a two bolt hole and a single bolt hole.

Single disc seeder and double-disc precision planter row units use the closing wheels. Tine seeders use the press wheels.

No, they don’t. The patented design allows the coil wheels to shed mud with ease.

Product Specific - Coil Wheels

Single disc seeder and double-disc precision planter row units use the closing wheels. Tine seeders use the press wheels.

No, they don’t. The patented design allows the coil wheels to shed mud with ease.

If you can not find the answer to your question in our FAQs, please contact Paul Ryan at either +61 417 354 617 or paul@ryannt.com.au.

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