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Impressive solutions for a smooth crop flow.

  • Controlled pick-up for even crop flow
  • Large lateral stub augers for tightly packed bale edges.

2.10 m working width – for total work performance.

The pick-up of the ROLLANT 520 has a working width of 2.10 m and picks up even very wide swaths. A speed of 140 rpm ensures an even crop flow without forage soiling. The short baffle plate guides the crop flow reliably to the rotor even when baling small or irregular swaths. The pick-up is equipped with flexible spring steel tines that have proven their worth even under the hardest of conditions. The tines are closely spaced to leave a cleanly raked field.

Another benefit is that the operator can monitor the crop flow straight from the cab, as the pick-up is positioned clearly visible at the front. This makes it easier for you to adjust speeds to swath sizes and enables you to control the crop flow optimally to prevent baler blockages.

Feed system.

ROTO CUT – a fine 70-mm cut.

The ROTO CUT feed system runs at over 7,000 chops per minute. Four rows of tines gather in the crop evenly through the knives. The crop is guided precisely over the centre of the blades and chopped exactly. A special system of strippers keeps the rotor clean at all times. The precise angle of the feed tines effectively prevents crushing of the crop as it passes through. Uniformly chopped slices improve silage quality and facilitate easy distribution both in silage preparation and later on in the feed mixer.