Applicators for different harvesting machines

  • Applicator for self-propelled forage harvester

    Applicator for self-propelled forage harvester (1)

    Applicator for a self-propelled forage harvester. The application system in the picture features an IBC-tank (1), Spreader acid applicator (2), shredder nozzles (3) and Spreader controller (4).  Applying silage additive with a self-propelled forage harvester In a self-propelled forage harvester, the required pumping capacity is usually approx. 10–30 l/min. Therefore, Happowa’s efficient Spreader 30 with its maximum pumping capacity of…
  • Applicator for silage loader wagon

    Applicator for silage loader wagon (1)

    Applicator for a silage loader wagon. The application system in the picture features a Fellow bottom-mounted tank (1), Spreader acid applicator (2), spray bar (3) and Spreader controller (4).  Applying silage additive with a silage loader wagon In a silage loader wagon, the additive is added to the cut grass in the pick-up, before the rake. The Spreader 6000, with…
  • Applicator for baler

    Applicator for baler (2)

    Applicator for a baler. The application system in the picture features a silage additive barrel (1), Spreader acid applicator (2), spray bar with nozzles (3) and Spreader controller (4).  Applying silage additive with a baler In the baler, the silage additive is added to the grass flow either in the pick-up before the rake, or directly in the chamber. The…
  • Applicator for trailed forage harvester

    Applicator for trailed forage harvester (1)

    Applicator for a trailed forage harvester. The application system in the picture features a front-mounted tank (1), Spreader acid applicator (2), shredder nozzles (3) and Spreader controller (4).  Applying silage additive with a trailed forage harvester In a trailed forage harvester, AIV is usually applied in the blowpipe. The required pumping capacity of the additive for trailed forage harvesters is…

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