Family-owned and operated, Kello-Bilt has been supplying hardy, low-maintenance disc harrows to farmers and industrial contractors around the world for about 50 years. Combining years of experience, excellent materials and world-class technology, Kello-Bilt wheels are a worthy answer to the significant demands of disking under difficult conditions.
You will find Kello-Bilt harrows working around the clock on withered clay fields in the wild heat of Southern California; biting into the volcanic, stony soils of sugarcane plantations in Hawaii; piling the winter roads in the oil sands of Northern Alberta, as well as preparing congresses from the slopes for forest restoration projects in Oregon. Kello-Bilt disclers always take the plunge without hesitation.
In the 1960s, Fred Callow, who had recently departed, cleared the shrub with his two sons and plowed up the soil for new fields in Northern Alberta. The disc harrows they used could not do the job. Frames burst, bearings wore out - breakdowns often accompanied field work among stones and tree stumps.
The Callow family decided to create disc harrows that could withstand the harshest working conditions.
At first they did not plan to produce machines on an industrial scale, but the rumor about the strength and endurance of Kello-Bilt harrows quickly spread. Farmers trampled the path to the workshop of Kellow - and so began the success story of the production of "armor-piercing" disks.
Soon, construction contractors joined the growing sales market for disks, setting a new standard for equipment reliability guarantees.
Now Kello-Bilt disco harrows have become commonplace in road construction zones, on land development sites and in mine reclamation projects.
At the moment, Kello-Bilt is still focused on producing strong, durable equipment that can easily work in the most extreme conditions, day after day. The Kello-Bilt plant guarantees quality and reliability with every drive coming down from the conveyor.