الثلاثاء، 18 يونيو، 2013

Basic components in big baler part 5 6. Rotor

6. Rotor
improved rotor scraper design
= improved function & stronger design = fewer blockages and greater output
• teeth spacing reduced from 16.5mm to 11mm
= improved cut and greater efficiency
= reduced power consumption

Feeder opening on rotor cutter machines is wider than the bale
This wider opening helps to feed crop to the sides of the bale ensuring better filled bales
Rotor cutter BB9060 – 1000 mm wide
Rotor cutter BB9070/BB9080 – 1400 mm wide
Rotor turns at 86 rpm
The rotor tines are paired, with one shorter than the other to
  - help crop flow
  - prevent rotor blockages
Behind the rotor, scrapers maintain the rotor clean. 

• More durable scraper beam• Deep drawn feeder floor for smoother crop flow (instead of welded assy – rotor cutter units only)

B. Rotor cutout clutch

The  clutch needs greasing every 250 hrs

C. Knives
1. Standard knife                                                                            1. Rotor units
2. Straw knife
3. False knife
Hard faced knives as DIA

D. Knive drawer

0.8m rotor medium cut – 11 knives
0.8m rotor short cut option – 23 knives
1.2m rotor medium cut – 17 knives
1.2m rotor medium cut – 33 knives
Medium cut is sufficient for more than 80% of the customers.
When replacing knives, there is no longer need to unlock the knives. 

E. Knife protection