The maize header is available with eight, ten or twelve rows. For on-road driving, the header folds up hydraulically, so it can be brought into transport position quickly.
No matter what kind of crop: the large selection of pickups, whole crop headers and mowers expand your operating options to a maximum. Low-wearing and maintenance-friendly, the quickly exchangeable headers perform first-class work The uniform cutting, picking-up and feeding of the material to the feed rollers all takes place without turbulences. The continuously variable header drive permits ideal adaptation to the harvesting conditions.
More headers, more operating options
With the large selection of headers available, you and your Fendt Katana forage harvester are well-equipped for all of the established types of crops. The innovative swinging frame and the ground contact sensors on the headers adapt themselves automatically to the changing ground contours. Because the headers have a central pivot point, the crop flow remains uniform, even when the header is tilted. All headers are attached very close to the vehicle. That reduces the front axle load and protects the soil.
The continuously variable header drive allows you to adjust the pickup speed to precisely match the harvesting conditions and the Fendt Katana forward speed.
The pickup P3002 with new HD drive achieves high output even under extreme harvesting conditions. The centrally integrated feeler wheel ensures better ground following.
Rugged whole crop header
The rugged whole crop header is designed for deep, loss-free cuts in different kinds of crops. When harvesting biomass, it delivers the best silage with a minimum of contamination.
The 360plus header with 8 small drums is lightweight and suitable for nearly all crops.
10 drums for up to 10 maize rows (75 cm between plants): the 375plus mower header.
With a 9000 mm working width, the 390plus is the most powerful of all Katana headers.
With its 4 big drums, the 460plus header is ideal for difficult conditions.
4 large and 2 small drums in the 475plus header can cut and feed maize plants over 4 metres high, uniformly and without difficulties.
Swinging frame swung out
Swinging frame in middle position
Swinging frame swung out
The header is coupled to an innovative swinging frame. It actively swings on three rollers and a cylinder above the frame and adjusts itself to the position of the header. The pivot point in this ingenious system lies in the centre of the feed channel; when the frame swings, the cross-section remains almost the same size and the crop flows uniformly to the feed rollers.
Together with the innovative swinging frame directly on the intake, ground-contact sensors actively adapt the header to the ground contour.
Thanks to the row sensors on the tips of the maize header, the Katana works through the crop very precisely and fully automatically.