Kuhn’s new FB 2130 fixed chamber round baler is the latest model to be introduced to the company’s comprehensive forage harvesting range.
Kuhn’s new FB 2130 fixed chamber round baler
Key developments on from earlier models include a wider 2.3 metre pick-up, an enhanced crop flow and forage chopping system and a new automated control facility. These advances are designed to contribute to higher work rates from the baler without compromising the consistent shape and density of the 122 cm wide and 125 cm diameter bales.
The wide pick-up roller is designed to ensure a homogenous crop flow across the full width and is suitable for short forages as well as having the capacity for bulky crops. A minimal distance between the pick-up and the intake system limits the opportunity for blockages.
Intake and centring augers are combined on the same rotor to create a simple maintenance-free system that allows high speed operations without crop damage. Hydraulic drop-floor technology and a manually operated rotor drive disengagement clutch help to avoid stoppages due to blockages.
The FB 2130 is available with non-chopping rotor intake (Optifeed) or with the 14-knife Opticut forage chopping system that allows greater bale density and the flexibility of varying the chop length between 45 and 70mm depending on crop type.
Kuhn has introduced its AutoPlus system on the FB 2130 for improved and easier baler control from the tractor cab. With an easily visible screen and bale counter, this device controls the pick-up and the forage chopping as well as the binding system and number of binding tours.
The FB 2130 is available with twine binding, net binding or a combination of both. Additional options include a bale kicker, automatic chain lubrication system, hydraulic rotor disengagement, pivoting pick-up wheels and various tyre configurations.
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