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Bundled power – hour after hour

Fendt has equipped its square balers with a very efficient and robust main gearbox to ensure the best operational security. Furthermore, the new v-shaped rotor cutter with 6 rows of tines guarantees a high throughput rate and perfect quality of cut. The unique baling system, with a mechanically controlled pre-compression chamber, guarantees uniformly shaped, highly dense bales – one like the other. The main bale chamber is responsible for solid compression.

One bale like the other

Uniform shape and density

The decisive factor for uniformly dense bales is the pre-compression chamber. It is continually filled by the rake feeder. Only when the pre-compression chamber is full is the sensor flap on the bottom end of the chamber pressed down. At the same time, the fingers are pulled back and open the way to the main baling channel.

High throughput guaranteed

The pre-compressed flake is baled to a highly dense bale in the bale chamber. The plunger speed of 47 strokes per minute (33 strokes for 12130) guarantees high output and smooth running.

Constant, optimum baling density

In variable harvesting conditions, an even bale density is guaranteed thanks to the automatically controlled compression pressure. If the force changes in the plunger arms, the pressure is automatically adjusted in the plungers so that the force in the plunger arms corresponds to the set point during the next plunger stroke. Operators only need to set the desired load for the load arms on the terminal and then drive off. At the same time, the automatic indicates if it is necessary to drive further to the right or left in order to produce uniformly shaped bales

High output – simply economical

Exceptionally high baling densities create high bale weights. The result: Square bales are always uniformly rectangular and can be stacked easily.

Packer

The packer transports the crop material into the pre-compression chamber.

Sensor flap

After compression in the pre-compression chamber is completed, pressure is exerted on the flap, which activates the feed rake.

Precompression chamber

The packer ensures uniform filling of the pre-compression chamber, where the crop undergoes the first stage of compression.

Charge holding fingers

The tines prevent the crop from immediately entering into the main baling channel.
The baler is equipped with its own internal hydraulic circuit. The pump supplies the bale chamber flaps and the traverse-impeller fan with oil.
The bale chamber flaps are automatically controlled by the double-acting hydraulic cylinders in the baling channel.

The baler is equipped with its own internal hydraulic circuit. The pump supplies the bale chamber flaps and the traverse-impeller fan with oil.

The bale chamber flaps are automatically controlled by the double-acting hydraulic cylinders in the baling channel.

The pre-compression chamber is continually filled by the packer. Only when the pre compression chamber is full does the sensor flap in the pre-compression chamber floor trigger the feed rake. The packer fingers are pulled back and open the way to the main baling channel.

You decide, how short you want it

ProCut – and the cut is just right

The new ProCut table with maximum cutting performance: The combination of a newly designed rotor cutter and an easily accessible knife drawer makes the balers more precise, faster and highly efficient. The result is perfect fodder or short bedding material.

Variable cutting length

There are 26 knives (17 knives for 990 S) available to produce an ideal cutting length of 43.5 mm for straw and silage. With the push of a button, you can halve the number of knives: the group engagement for the knives, which swings every other knife forward and backward hydraulically, is controlled in the Varioterminal. This gives you a cutting length of 87 mm. All knives are hardened with tungsten carbide and can be replaced individually..

Quick change

If you want to change the number of knives or exchange a knife, simply open the knife drawer. The knife bed is then lowered and the drawer can be pulled out with one hand movement. The double hydraulic knife protection, which secures the knives on both sides with two hydraulic cylinders, ensures safety. If necessary, the rotor tines can be unscrewed and replaced.

The heart of the table: the rotor cutter

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The heart of the table: the rotor cutter

The v-shaped arrangement of the rotor tines sets up the crop for a perfect cut – with a uniform, efficient cutting process and no load peaks. The new rotor cutter runs at a speed of 120 rpm and has 6 rotor tines per rotor ring. This ensures a high cutting frequency and increases the throughput rate, resulting in lower fuel consumption. The rotor tines are hardened with carbon and especially robust and durable.

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    The heart of the table: the rotor cutter

    The v-shaped arrangement of the rotor tines sets up the crop for a perfect cut – with a uniform, efficient cutting process and no load peaks. The new rotor cutter runs at a speed of 120 rpm and has 6 rotor tines per rotor ring. This ensures a high cutting frequency and increases the throughput rate, resulting in lower fuel consumption. The rotor tines are hardened with carbon and especially robust and durable.

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    V-shaped rotor cutter with bolted rotor tine segments. A high speed of 120 rpm means a high cutting frequency for enhanced threshing performance with the best quality of cut.

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    The lowered knife drawer can be pulled out on the left side of the machine to change knives.

The perfect operating interface

A control terminal should be one thing most of all – user-friendly. It is optimally integrated in the overall operating concept; you can operate your Fendt square baler via the Fendt Varioterminal. The straightforward menu has a logical structure and is therefore extremely easy to use. The menu for the square baler is automatically loaded via ISOBUS technology, so you can begin working immediately.

Everything under control with the Varioterminal

Just as in the Varioterminal, the baler menu can be viewed by the operator in full screen or partial screen modes. The target values for the plunger load can be set there. The machine then controls the bale chamber flaps automatically. An electric bale length adjustment facility is available as an option. Operators set the desired length for the bale and the automated function triggers the knotting procedure when the bale has reached the target length. Electric adjustment permits fast changes between different lengths, which is of particular interest for contract work. Using the terminal, operators can also set the lubrication interval for the knotter lubrication system as well as create jobs, read out the number of bales and operate the bale chamber manually.

An electric bale scale is available as an option. It tells the operator in real-time, if the desired bale weight has been reached. The C1000 is the standard-equipped terminal. If no ISOBUS-capable tractor is available or operators prefer an additional terminal, they can fall back to the C1000 terminal at any time. All functions are also available in this terminal.

Ready to go with the ISOBUS