An extremely versatile implement. The close tine distribution almost eliminates the spillage of silage.
The tines are mounted in an especially hardened box section (approximately six times larger than standard profiles), which does not turn or deform under load. The tines follow a circular movement through the material, which produces the cleanest cut, the least power consumption and the longest service life for the tines.
In addition the material is pressed against the back of the implement when the tines are lowered, and this means that the silage remains in place, even when driving over uneven terrain.
All models have two hydraulic cylinders. On the large models, the cylinders are 15% larger. The 210 to 250 models are supplied with a mesh construction in the upper section.