The Ideal Hay Making Tedders
Vicon Fanex 604 and 804 are purpose build for hay making. Both models come with a strong package of features such as standard vibration dampers, strong V-shaped central unit and central adjustment for border tedding. They offer considerable operation capabilities with their combination of 6/8 rotors and 6.05/8.05m working width. The small roors are especially designed for optimized performance while producing dry hay.
- Low maintenance CompactLine gearbox with only one grease nipple.
- Compact tedders with low weight and power requirements.
- Standard fitted with vibration dampers and strong central unit.
- HexaLink driveline on Fanex 804 ensures compact folding.
- Rotor plate dimension of 500m
- Double bearings from pinion to crown wheel guarantee maximum longevity of the driveline.
- Super-C tines with large spring coil diameter for added service life.
- Easy setting of spreading angle through simple three-way adjustment of wheel height.
Fanex 804 with Compact Transport Width
- Despite its´8.00m working width the Fanex 804 will fold into a very compact unit for transport, and will go below 3.00m transport width.
- The two outer rotors are fitted with the new Vicon HexaLink finger clutch, a simple yet efficient drive system that permits these rotors to turn into a 180⁰ position for transport. The remaining rotors are driven by double universals joint, providing sturdy and efficient transfer of power.
Simple three-way adjustment of wheel height, allows the optimum spreading angle to be achieved according to crop conditions.
- High-quality forage allows the optimum spreading angle to be achieved according to crop conditions, helping you to produce high quality forage.
- Setting the rotors to the right spreading angle will considerably improve the spreading action, and speed up the drying process.
- The mower swaths are neatly lifted by the tines and evenly spread over the full width.
- Tines glide in a more uniform frequency over the stubble, so the risk of dirt being lifted by the tines is minimized.