ROLLANT 375 RC UNIWRAP

Heavy-duty specs for a professional operation.

The ROLLANT 375 RC UNIWRAP balers are specially equipped for professional applications.

ROLLANT 375 RC UNIWRAP

Heavy-duty specs for a professional operation.

The ROLLANT 375 RC UNIWRAP balers are specially equipped for professional applications.

The pick-up – full width.

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Thorough field clearance.

With its 83" (2.1 m) working width and speed of 125 rpm, the pick-up is able to gather even the widest swaths thoroughly without any contamination of the forage. Large castor guide wheels keep it securely on track. The short crop guard guides the flow of forage safely to the rotor, even when working with small and irregular swaths. The pick-up follows every ground contour and protects the grass cover, even at high operating speeds and when turning.

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Double-roller crop press for optimum input.

The optional front double-roller crop press compacts the crop, accelerates the crop flow and actively guides it to the rotor. It also ensures that the bale chamber is filled evenly, thus creating perfectly round bales. The short distance between the pick-up and rotor ensures the smooth transportation of the crop. The combination of lateral stub augers and roller crop press make the work easier, particularly when working in uneven silage windrows.

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Controlled crop flow for stored bales.

Large stub augers on either side feed the crop to the intake, giving extra bale density around the edges. This in turn improves bale stability, and the bales withstand rough handling better, but do not lose their shape during transport or over long storage periods. The pick-up is located well forward on the baler, maximizing the driver’s visibility from the tractor seat. This makes it easier to monitor the crop flow and prevents blockages from occurring.

ROTO CUT for perfect chopping quality.

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Energy-rich, tasty silage with optimum lactic acid fermentation is the order of the day for high milk production in the dairy herd. Three things are needed for this: short fodder, high compaction and the exclusion of oxygen.

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As many blades as required.

The chopping rotor works precisely, quickly and effectively, with helical double tines for a consistently good feed quality. Because the crop is cut short and precisely into small lengths, it can be compacted more densely and later broken up much more easily.

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  • Massive cutting rotor made of double-hardened boron steel
  • Four spirally arranged tine rows for optimal crop intake
  • Precise knife guidance through the spirally arranged dual tines
  • Aggressive blades for especially high cutting quality – optionally with tungsten carbide coating
  • Individual blade protection

ROLLANT PRO with lowerable PRO floor.

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The ROLLANT 300-range balers with CMT can also be equipped with a PRO floor that can be lowered using two hydraulic cylinders. Any blockages occurring can be conveniently cleared from the comfort of the cab via the CLAAS MEDIUM TERMINAL II.

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The hydraulically lowerable PRO floor can be opened to the front by activating the ancillary dual-acting spool valve. The rotor forces the blockage directly into the baling chamber. Now just close the floor and you're back in action. On machines with a chopping rotor, pressure is released from the blades at the push of a button, before the lowerable floor is opened. The blades automatically swing back in upon closing.

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Early warning system.

The baling process generally needs to be fast, and high daily outputs are a must. Drivers need "intelligent" systems that provide them with invaluable support. The lowerable floor actively adapts to the crop flow. Automatic lowering by up to 1.2 in (30 mm) enables uneven windrows to be continuously drawn in by the rotor, with no loss of excellent chop quality. The "weaving" movement of the ground is indicated on the control terminal as visual and acoustic signals via a sensor, enabling the driver to push the baler to its limits and avoid unnecessary downtime resulting from blockages.

 
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