Superior rotors: Single and Dual Helix
Bring out the best in yourself. What makes the Fendt IDEAL stand out from other combines is the outstanding Single (IDEAL 7) and Dual Helix (IDEAL 8 and 9) processor, providing the highest output and best threshing quality with gentle crop handling and low energy consumption. The (basic) concept of the Helix processor unites the market requirements such as maximum output, best grain quality and low energy consumption with optimum straw quality.
The feed is vitalc
The RotorFeeder feeding drum with 600 mm passes the crop from below to the rotors, and therefore makes a vital contribution towards the optimal threshing result. The rotor feeder speed depends on the rotor speed automatically controlled proportionally by the system, and is always 70% of the rotor speed. Due to the speed which is adjusted to best match the rotor speed and the large transfer area, the straw is kept intact. The rotor feeder also uses far less power during this process. A constant flow of crop is guaranteed by the optimal transfer.
The Helix Processor: simply unique
All components of the rotors such as the rasp bars and rotor tines are arranged in four rows like a helix. The front part of the rotors consists of 4 rasp bars installed lengthways which loosen the grains from the ears. The baskets below that are available in different designs for the best results in any application. They can be replaced quickly and easily from the side, depending on the application. The gaps between baskets are hydraulically adjusted up to a maximum of 35 mm. The rotor tines are tilted 20° to the rear, which divides the crop into the helix sections and reliably and gently runs it around the rotor. This prevents unexpected load peaks on the rotor and there are no edges for the product to stick to.
Gentle feed, low power requirement
The height of each rotor tine is 140 mm. This provides for intensive threshing without damaging the product too much in too confined a space. In turn you get high straw quality and best threshing at low power. The threshing system is also distinguished by its simple configuration. The operator only needs to change the rotor speed range and the concave clearance.
The single helix (IDEAL 7) and dual helix rotor (IDEAL 8 & 9) are the longest rotors on the market. These provide for best output and at the same time are gentle on the straw during harvesting.
Thanks to the option of hydraulically reversing the rotors conveniently from the cab, blockages can be easily and ideally cleared.
Streamer 210: From 17,100 to 0 litres in just 81 seconds.
Unprecedented discharge speeds
Fendt IDEAL combines come with a choice of 2 grain tank versions. The Streamer 210 with a 17,100 l capacity and a 210 l/s unload rate, or the Streamer 140 with 12,500 l and 140 l/s. The enormous volume and increased unloading rate do justice to the enormous output of the Fendt IDEAL. Fewer and shorter stops for unloading are soon reflected in a greater daily yield. The key to the enormous speed is the huge diameter of the unloading auger. The large diameter of 480 mm with a few auger flights allows for simultaneous low speeds. Gently and with low power requirements, the grain tank is fully unloaded within 81 seconds.
Cover flaps above the augers in the grain tank floor control the discharge speed in five positions.
The large diameter of the discharge auger combines low speeds with high output. This ensures grain quality!
Two grain tank variants are available: Streamer 210 with a 17,100 l capacity or the Streamer 140 with 12,500 l.
A good overview of yield, moisture and quality is always provided thanks to live data from the field: Sensors for yield and moisture as well as grain quality camera are fitted to the elevator. The data is accurate to 98%, and is utilised thanks to the VarioDoc ISOBUS standard, live yield mapping and IDEALharvest™.
The new Fendt IDEAL gives you a choice between a transfer range of 7.6 m, 9.15 m or 10.6 m, measured from the middle of the machine. Both the largest versions can also be collapsed into the transport position behind the combine. A flap is fitted to the end of the transfer screw to prevent unnecessary dribble losses when the transfer process stops. This is automatically opened or closed by a hydraulic cylinder when the transfer process starts and stops, and therefore reliably prevents valuable crop from dribbling away. In order to maintain good transfer efficiency in grass seed threshing, a special grass seed kit was also developed in addition for the IDEAL. This prevents grass seed blockages and allows the grain tank to be fully emptied.
Hydraulically adjustable discharge rate
The discharge rate can be hydraulically adjusted as standard from the cab on all Fendt IDEAL machines. In doing so, the cover flaps of the auger in the grain tank floor are controlled from the armrest at the touch of a button. Five positions (0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100% open) can be activated even when the grain tank is full.
The grain tank lift is designed for a throughput of up to 200 t/h. The elevator housing measures 239 mm in diameter. This leaves enough space for high throughput in all crop types. 40 convex paddles ensure maximum performance with gentle handling of the crop.