Adjustable crop throw
- Crop throw adjusted at the touch of a button from the cab
- Tight crop stream even with a long crop throw
- The shorter the crop throw, the less power is needed
- Fills the trailer accurately with no spillage
Short crop throw: For a short crop throw with the trailer driving alongside, the crop stream leaves the spout at a lower speed. This saves power, which can be used to boost chopping output.
Long crop throw: With the trailer following behind, the crop stream needs to be ejected from the spout at a higher speed. A strong, tight stream is needed to cover the long distance over the tractor to the rear wall of the trailer.
Neat filling – efficient and effective
To avoid spillage while filling the trailer, the crop stream must be tight and the crop throw must be set to the exact distance. The operator can adjust the crop throw from the cab quickly and easily by adjusting a hinged flap in the backplate of the crop accelerator. As the accelerator needs less power with a short crop throw with the flap open, the freed-up engine output can be used for chopping, thus increasing throughput.
Crop accelerator: The paddles are designed for high crop output and guide the crop flow towards the middle.
Adjusting the crop throw distance: The crop throw is controlled via the hinged flap on the backplate of the accelerator. For a short throw, the flap is tilted out of the crop flow, so there is little contact between the crop and the accelerator. For a long throw, the flap is tilted into the crop flow, so there is more contact between the crop and the accelerator.
Joystick control: The crop throw is quick and easy to control with the buttons on the joystick control panel.
In control: Additional control buttons are provided in the control unit for extra convenience.
Stepless electric motor control: The hinged flap on the backplate of the accelerator is adjusted steplessly via an electric servomotor.