LINER 1650 TWIN
LINER 1650 = maximum work rate + optimum forage quality.
The LINER 1650 opens up new dimensions in every respect. It reliably offers the best swath output in the shortest time and is also quick to transport between jobs, without having to get out even once - this is unique to the CLAAS professional series side rake.
Of course, to serve as the ideal precursor to a forage harvester, a very high working output is required. It must be possible to swath quickly, while at the same time maintaining the high forage quality. Achieve maximum working speed with minimum crop contamination.
- Working width of 22' 3" - 25' 11" (6.80 - 7.90 m).
- Scale on the central tube of the chassis for setting the working height.
The new raking generation.
The proven closed swather socket, which has been tested over thousands of hectares, has been improved for the new swather generation to increase the machines' performance and durability even further.
- Robust cast housing.
- Strongest cam track arms on the market, with a large tube diameter and walls constructed from strong materials.
- The tine arm bending point is located outside of the socket so that, in case of impact damage, the socket does not have to be opened for repairs; only the tine arm needs to be replaced.
- Sturdy dual bearings on the tine arm to guard against horizontal and vertical loads, thus protecting the cam track rollers - large, wear-resistant tine arm slide bearings.
- In the case of the LINER 1750 14-arm swath gearbox, forces on the cam track arms and cam track rollers are minimised, even for high loads, by an additional bearing housing.
PROFIX tine arm bracket.
Comes as standard on all LINER 2700 / 2800 / 2900:
Three-dimensional, clean and powerful - contour tracking.
- Both rotors are free to move independently of the chassis.
- Three-dimensional contour tracking both laterally and in the direction of travel.
- The tines always stay parallel to the ground, ensuring completely clean raking at any speed.
- 4-wheel running gear as standard with wheels closely positioned at the tines and a gimbal-mounted front axle.
- No matter what ground conditions you are faced with when raising or lowering the LINER rotors, plunging the tines into the ground is a thing of the past.