Six-Rotor Centre Delivery Rake
The Swadro 2000 boasts six rotors that rake 10-19m (32’10”-62’4″) of work. This is the ideal machine for large-scale farmers and contractors. Quickest changeovers, fast road travel, long lifetime cycles, ultimate user comfort and efficient swathing at up to 20 ha/h are naturally included in the package. The large work width of the machine reduces the total swath length by approx. 30% and boosts the capacities of the following harvesters by up to 15%.
All Changeovers on Swadro 2000 are made from the tractor seat where the operator simply triggers a sequence which then controls all steps and folding functions hydraulically, taking off stress and strain from the operator. A hydraulic sequence control manages the individual steps, taking off stress and strain from the operator. The terminal for this type of in-cab control is the Delta unit of the CCI 1200.
|The flexible windrowing width
|An optimal windrow width boosts the overall harvesting efficiency. The width of a windrow is altered by telescoping the rear arms hydraulically, which adjusts the distance between the two rotors at the rear. The telescoping arms adjust to widths between 1.80 m (5'11") and 3 m (9'10").
|The variable work width
|The work width is adapted to the capacity of the following harvester by moving the arms hydraulically into the proper position, thereby varying the working width from 10 m to 19 m (32'10" to 62'4"). The two arms are synchronized by the sliding carriage as they move into position.
|Different rotor speeds
|The tines on the four rotor tines operate at a higher speed than the units at the rear. The effect of differing rotor speeds is that the windrows are produced without roping.
|The rotors lift out of work
|They can lift/lower individually, sequentially or simultaneously. A hydraulic sequence control system is a particular boon for easy operation. Furthermore, a GPS based SectionControl feature is available as an option which lifts out individual rotors.
|A robust linkage attachment
|Swadro 2000 hitches to the tractor's link arms and its pivoting cat II/III headstock compensates for any humps and bumps while the strong stand provides uncompromised stability
|The beefy running gear
|The transport running gear is approved to 40 km/h (25 mph) and is clad with big flotation tyres (800/45 R 26.5) to give exceptionally stable running on public roads and keep compaction and strain on the sward as low as possible.
|Flexible wheel steering
|The Ackerman steering system on the transport running gear can be operated in two ways: either passively via a steering linkage or actively via a hydraulic system. Excellent castering, manoeuvring in tightest space and easy steering are the qualities that make this running gear stand out from everything else.
|An extra hydraulic steering system
|Those who find the steering angle provided by the mechanical system too small to manage narrow gates and those who do a lot of countersteering in sloping fields will appreciate the extra hydraulic steering system which relies on a hydraulic ram inside the steering linkage but allows operators to override the angle manually from the tractor seat.
|The unsteered axle
|The axle on the running gear is switched off during work, which results in straight lines of uniform windrows.
|The passive-steer axle
|At rotor lift-out the steered axle is activated automatically and the running gear is steered via a rod, which makes Swadro 2000 more manoeuvrable and provides better castering.
|The active-steer axle
|The machine offers an extra steering system which can be activated when entering narrow gates and which allows the operator to steer the axle on the running gear actively via a hydraulic ram.
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|JET Engine fields
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