mowers with nitrogen accumulator: AN EFFECTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM.

Rear type mowers with hydraulic system and nitrogen accumulator are machines of newly developed technique intended to extend the range of Bellon products. The goal is to further improve working conditions and consequently productivity: the times required for manual adjustments are optimized, thereby increasing the functionality of the mower. In addition to the different sizes of models DH6000, DH6003 and DH7000, you can choose the most suitable among those equipped with rubber roller hay conditioner DH6000GM, and DH6003GM DH7000GM or between those equipped with flail conditioner, DH6000FL and DH7000FL.

During the period of the harvest of the forage every minute is precious, therefore currently the professional operators are directed in the purchase of wider mowers and accordingly heavier. To guarantee good performances of cut is important to reduce the pressure to the ground, and Bellon has resolved the problem with an hydraulic system and a nitrogen accumulator which acts as a damper.

The whole mechanical system of springs is eliminated and replaced by a nitrogen accumulator which reduces times of the manual regulations: now it is necessary only loading the hydraulic circuit and to regulate it around 50 bars and you can start mowing. The mower will automatically adapt it to the ground and the cut will result clean and regular.

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