When operating at maximum efficiency, the new Swadro 2000 can rake between 10 and 19 meters. In addition to quick transit times, long life, and the best operator comfort, it offers unmatched efficiency, little maintenance, and the fastest changeovers. Windrows are consistently great when using Krone rakes. This ensures that succeeding harvesting machinery will provide greater output and be more effective while also generating the necessary results, such as perfectly formed square bales or even crop flow in the forager.
This device has two hidden features. One is concealed by the acute cam track angle of Krone. The tines instantly rise up to form a square windrow that is evenly filled as a result of the fast spinning of the tine arms. The second distinction is that there is no roping effect because the front two rotors spin more quickly than the back two. The common center swath curtain can be used to construct the windrow.
The rotors may create windrows that are uniform and of excellent quality because the windrows are suspended uniformly across the travel direction. Additionally, the machine’s weight is evenly distributed across all of the running gear’s wheels as it moves around the field.
The crop is shielded by the KRONE Jet Effect, which prevents tins from wrecking the headland’s vegetation. The front wheels come to rest first as the bogies are lowered into motion, then the back wheels. The front wheels are lifted out first when the rotors are removed, followed by the back wheels. This is comparable to an airplane taking off and landing.
Let’s Watch This ᴀᴡᴇsome Krone Swadro 2000 Six-Rotor Rakes Working In The Field in the video below:
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