FOR UP Forage baler
For Up tractor-mounted baler in the unit with a forage harvester perfectly performs neat swath picking of mowed, dried grass mass and supplies it to the feed unit of the harvester.
The product range of balers enables to choose the most efficient machine for aggregation with a harvester depending on the applied harvesting technology. The optimum coverage allows the machine to work on high-yielding fields and harvest up to 100 tons per hour. Working elements can be controlled using hydraulics from the harvester cabin. It is aggregated with forage harvesters of the RSM1401/1403, RSM F1300 and F 2650 series.
For quick connection to the harvester, the baler is equipped with jaw-type couplings.
Coverage 3 m
Relief contour following
2 years warranty
1. Relief contour following
Two spring blocks on the baler ideally contour follow the field relief, which makes it possible to work on harvesters that are not equipped with an auto-contour system, reducing losses during picking.
2. Increased durability
When operating on the relief surface of the field, the rear support roller prevents pick up fingers from digging into the ground and protects the fingers and wheels of the pickup devices from damage.
3. Loss reduction
A special cloth shield, which stretches almost to the normalizer, is designed to prevent the mass from being thrown (ejected) by the auger (to the feeder of the forage harvester) through the baler frame.
4. Flexibility and cleanness of the picked yield
Three variations of the normalizer enable picking a windroll using a spring mechanism or hydraulics.
5. Reliable protection of working elements
On the auger and pickup device, frictional safety couplings are installed; on the baler itself, a free- wheel coupling is installed. To prevent breakage of the rakes of the pickup device, a shear safety bolt is installed—all key pick-up devices are reliably protected from overloads.
6. Adjust to any varieties
Due to the double reverse block of the sprockets, the auger rotational speed can be changed depending on the yield of the harvested crops.
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