AGRONIC WR 500 – FRONT RAKE
The AGRONIC WR500 front rake fits directly into the front linkage or with an adapter bracket on
to the front loader. The coupling is designed to be floating and the rake works on its own support wheels. The windrower (rake) can be used to combine two windrows or to windrow tedded hay. It can also be used in combination with a baler or self-loading wagon. The working width is hydraulically adjustable, and the rotors have a hydraulic drive. Bringing into the working and transport position does not require leaving the cab.
New! Agronic WR 600 evo for front and rear operation!
The AGRONIC WR 600 has a larger working width, with larger rotors, and with double the number of tines as compared to the WR 500 model. Therefore, the driving speed and work rate are higher.
The frame consists of three parts, each with its own support wheels. The floating attachment design of the frame allows for the rake to independently follow the contours of the field.
Updated wing section controls, with electric independent control of the rotors, is now a standard feature on the WR 600. The lifting of the wings and adjustment of the working width are now on their separate valves, which increases the operating precision of the machine. The ability to laterally move the rotors separately. Separate rotor control makes raking around obstacles (stone piles, brush, telephone poles, etc.) easy, along with irregularly shaped fields, and along the edges or on the headlands.
There are three rotor switch positions: left, right, or both at the same time. When doubling the windrows behind a mower, the mower should have a working width less than 4.0-m (13 ft) meters, with a windrow width less than 1.2-m (4 ft.).
In front-loader mounted operation, thanks to the unique headstock and loader bracket design, the WR600 is kept close to the tractor. An optional rear headstock can be installed to allow for rear linkage operation.
The WR600 can be used with both front and rear headstocks installed.
New! WR700: For Front and Rear
Unlike other models in the WR windrower range, the WR 700 has 3x support wheels mounted inside the rotors. Thanks to the floating headstock, the rotors can independently follow the contours of the field. The wheels also have an easy-to-use stepless height adjustment.
The frame is constructed in three sections, with the middle having three support wheels.
When doubling the swaths behind a mower, the working width of the mower should be less than 4.5-m (14 ft.) and the swath width should be less than 1.2-m (4ft).
As with the WR600, when operating on a front loader, the WR 700 is kept as close to the tractor as possible. Additionally, as with its smaller sister, the WR 700 can also be equipped with a headstock for rear linkage operation, and both front and rear headstocks can be installed at the same time.
It should be noted that the WR 700 weighs 1100 kg (2425lbs) and may not be suitable for all tractors and all front loaders. Front or rear linkage mounting maybe be a safer alternative.
As standard, the WR 700 is delivered with electric independent rotor control. Lifting of the wing sections and adjusting the working width are on shared valves, ensuring work control is kept precise. Additionally, separate control allows for the rotors to be moved laterally during operation, keeping the windrows in the proper form. For example: In bends, around brush piles, poles, or other areas.
There are three rotor switch positions: left, right, or both at the same time.