Trailed Rotary Tedders
5, 6 or 7 tine arms: The KRONE KW and KWT rotary tedders are available in various work widths and dimensions. Yet the rotor diameters and the number of tine arms used on each rotor also vary to suit your special needs and requirements. Pick the KRONE machine that is tailored to your conditions – small-diameter rotors with 5 tine arms per rotor, mediumsized diameter rotors with 6 tine arms and large-diameter rotors with up to 7 arms.
Uniform distribution of the material: The tine arms mesh as they rotate, spreading the material uniformly across the working width to ensure the best possible wilt for quality forage. The smaller the rotor diameter, the larger the orbital overlap.
Clean forage, uniform spread: Quality requires us to start with the basics. This is how we achieve high standards. The rotors on the KRONE rotary tedders are the ideal equipment to produce quality forage for on-farm use. These rotors spin for you – in hay and silage. The two 9.5 mm (0.4") legs that form one pair of tines vary in length to provide the special KRONE combing effect for optimum treatment and cleanest forage. Five coils on each Super C steel spring tine give flexibility and strength. Special stops on the ends of the tube-section tine holders ensure no tines are lost.
Adjusting to needs The hex-head bolt on a separate eccentric plate instantly locks the double tine in one of three positions to provide more or less vigorous action and achieve optimum results in all conditions.
High performer in arduous conditions: Heavy-duty tine arms (38 mm x 4 mm (1.5" x 0.2") tube steel) and a special ring attachment system combine to provide dependable performance in tough and permanent operation. KRONE technology gives you true peace of mind in the most diffi cult conditions.