|Chassis||Tandem axle |
|Axle||Steering axle |
|Chassis suspension||Parabolic springs |
|Travelling speed max.||60 km/h|
|Mud guards||Yes |
|Braking system||Air brakes with braking force balance valve |
|Tyres - profile||600/50R22.5 |
|Mounting||Hydraulic drawbar |
|Drawbar weight, max.||2000 kg|
|Drawbar shock absorber||Yes |
|PTO shaft guarding||Wide-angle PTO shaft on both sides, Equipped with a cam-type clutch |
|PTO shaft profile||1 3/8" 6-splines |
|P.T.O. shaft - overload protection||2100 Nm|
|PTO speed||1000 rpm|
|Pick-up||With roll |
|Support wheel||Steering jockey wheel |
|Loading rotor||POWERMATIC |
|Number of knives||39 pieces |
|Knife bank||Hydraulic folding |
EASY MOVE side pivot system
central knife-release mechanism
|Structure||Al-steel structure |
Adjustable top section (max./-120 mm/-210 mm)
|Beaters (D)||2 pcs.|
|Automatic loading system||Sensors mounted in front panel and in the forage compression flap |
|Lighting||Loading chamber lights |
|Tailgate||Hydraulic tailgate |
|Operation||electronic POWER CONTROL |
|Hydraulic connection||1 x single-acting with free flow return line |
|Electrical connection||1 x 7-pin lighting plug |
1 x 2-pin Cobo plug
The structure of the forage greatly determines its digestability. The rotor
must be able to compress the forage even with a high flow. Powermatic is at the heart of Pöttinger silage trailers: Powerful, robust
and capable. The rotor is suited to unlimited tractor power.
The SILAGE COLLECTOR
|The scrapers are positioned and bolted into place individually. Placing the scrapers at an ideal distance from the rotor teeth reduces energy expenditure. The scrapers have a large surface area, which prevents the forage from being crushed. Scraper width: JUMBO: 0.71”/18 mm, TORRO: 0.79”/20mm.|
|The rotor transmission is mounted outside on the rotor shaft, with the ideal bearing spacing on the rotor (less bending stress).|
The robust bevel gear unit is designed for high tractor power. The inlet gear splits the power flow. One power train leads from the gear unit via a bevel gear running in an oil bath on to the loading rotor and then to the pickup. The second power train leads from the gear unit to the beater rotors.
The connecting shafts are simply plugged in and are therefore easy to dismantle.
Maintenance made easy
The tine rings are clipped into the inner drum. Each ring can be replaced individually.
Reduced energy requirement
Simple but effective – a technical detail on the rotor discharge. The discharge end of the rotor is only 3.54” / 90 mm below the scraper floor. This protects the forage and enables the trouble-free loading of the loading chamber, especially when working in wet conditions. Positive:15% less energy requirement!
Increasing load volumes and high transport speeds necessitate robust and soil-protecting chassis. Pöttinger has made great efforts in this area, responding with high quality steering tandem or tridem axles and tyres with large footprints.
Parabolic spring chassis
Parabolic suspension with large spring-to-axle spacing and compensator for height regulation. Ideal suspension properties at the clamp, smooth running in ﬁelds and on the road. Robust control arms apply the brakes and control steering force and angle.
Trailed steering axles are standard, forced steered axle and ABS also available.
8-wheel chassis – perfect soil protection
On this unique chassis the wheels sit in pairs on the self-aligning axles. The rear axle pairs are equipped with trailed steering, thereby protecting both the wheels and the turf. A hydraulic levelling system with patented pendulum swing action ensures optimum ground pressure distribution. This improves stability on slopes. The hydraulic suspension optimises driving comfort, and pneumatic or hydraulic braking systems ensure a high braking performance even at speed.
Due to the lower platform height in comparison with 26.5" tyres, The discharge end of the rotor is only 3.54" / 90-mm below the scraper ﬂoor. This conserves power and increases the ﬂ ow rate.