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Axis® 20.2 W

The Axis 20.2 W offers a simple, affordable precision fertilizer spreading solution for small- to medium-sized farms and specialty operations. Standard weigh scales make for quicker rate-control setup while keeping the operator informed of the remaining quantity of material in the hopper. The Quantron A controller is easy to use and does not require a tractor with ISOBUS capability. Speed Servo electric motors control the metering outlets to reduce application errors and provide Vari-Spread 8 section control. Like other spreaders in the Axis family, the slow-rotating hopper agitators and Coaxial Distribution Adjustment (CDA) system gently handle fragile materials while creating wide, precise spread patterns. The Axis 20.2 W is designed to be customized to the needs of each operation, offering a variety of hopper extensions, border spreading devices, and other optional equipment. 

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GA 8731+ & 9531+

The redefined GA 8731+ and GA 9531+ center-delivery twin-rotor rotary rakes are built on the popularity of the prior generation of KUHN’s twin-rotor rakes with the incorporation of the Masterdrive® GIII double-reduction gearbox. The main gearbox features the KUHN exclusive double reduction drive that not only provides consistent windrow formation in varying crop conditions, but also improves the power flow through the gearbox. These models have a lighter, but stronger construction with aluminum rake arm housings, large cam bearings and cam track designed to reduce peak loads. They maintain the KUHN double-bend tine arm design that offers clean raking and excellent capacity for consistent, fluffy windrows. The GA 8731+ has fixed tine arms. For operations where transport height is a concern, the GA 9531+ has easily removable tine arms.

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TBE 22

The KUHN TBE 22 offset mower is designed for mowing roadsides, ditches, and hedges. The pivoting head design allows the operator to work as steeply as 65 degrees below grade for steep ditches, or in a vertical upright position to tackle hedges and tree lines along paths or roadways. The heavy-duty driveline and large rotor diameter make quick work of grass or light branches. Two sets of counterknives welded into the hood liner help to process cut material into fine clippings for quick decomposition, returning nutrients to the soil. Depending on the application, the TBE 22 can have either universal or hammer knives for the best performance.

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Optimer L

The KUHN Optimer L is a high-speed compact disc available in mounted and trailed versions to meet the needs of a wide variety of customers. As a “small-disc” machine with 20” (510 mm) diameter blades, the Optimer L is best suited for high speed, shallow working depths, and lighter residue loads. Each disc blade uses its own suspension arm and elastomer mounting blocks to clear obstacles without upsetting the rest of the blades. Standard hydraulic working depth adjustment keeps the operator in the comfort of the tractor seat, reducing fatigue and downtime. Several standard features and options including side deflectors, following harrows, and rear roller options help your operation configure the machine to meet your individual needs.

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Optimer XL

The KUHN Optimer XL is a heavy-duty, high-speed compact disc available in mounted and trailed versions to meet the needs of a wide variety of customers. As a “large-disc” machine with 24” (620 mm) diameter blades, the Optimer XL is best suited for heavy residue and deeper working depths. Each disc blade uses its own suspension arm and elastomer mounting blocks to clear obstacles without upsetting the rest of the blades. Standard mechanical or optional hydraulic working depth adjustment keeps the operator in the comfort of the tractor seat, reducing fatigue and downtime. Several standard features and options including side deflectors, following harrows, and rear roller options help your operation configure the machine to meet your individual needs.

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OptiWrap® OWR 6000

The new KUHN OWR 6000 inline round bale wrapper offers exceptional wrapping productivity, while minimizing film and fuel use. This inline wrapper is designed for demanding farmers and custom operators looking for maximum productivity and profitability in a wrapper. The OWR 6000 has the ability to quickly wrap round bales of various sizes, including 4- and 5-foot-wide bales up to 6 feet in diameter.

The OWR 6000 leverages KUHN’s 35 years of experience with individual wrappers by utilizing the same pre-stretchers with an industry leading 70% plastic stretch ratio. This higher stretch ratio provides more efficient plastic utilization and better bale compression reducing plastic cost per bale. Greater management and control of the wrapping process can be achieved by our standard IntelliWrap™ technology. IntelliWrap uses  a simple display to control the wrapping process and allows the operator to easily adjust film layers by one-layer increments. The BaleEye photoelectric sensor accurately and reliably detects a bale on the loading platform with no mechanical moving parts unlike competitive mechanical sensors. To maintain performance, the OWR 6000 features two propulsion wheels for optimal hoop traction in adverse conditions. Non-pneumatic drive wheels, made of industrial-grade polymer, are maintenance free and never go flat.
 

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Smart Soil Technology™

Introducing new Smart Soil Technology™ for the Excelerator XT 8010. Available as an option on all folding models (20’, 25’, 30’,
34’ & 40’), this ISOBUS control system provides a completely new way for operators to control their machines from the tractor
cab. The Smart Soil Technology interface provides adjustment of machine depth, front and rear gang angle, wing down pressure,
Star Wheel™ pressure and front / rear leveling from any compatible ISOBUS display. Although adjustments are made from the
display, lifting and lowering the machine for end row turns is still carried out using the tractor SCV for maximum operator comfort.
Redundant sensors are fitted to gang angle and depth circuits for backup in case of failure, and a machine equipped with Smart
Soil Technology can always be converted back to manual mode, so an electronics failure will not result in a machine down situation.
ISOBUS equipment certified by the AEF is included in the online database. The customer can verify compatibility of ISOBUS functions
between the machine and the terminal to be used. A true plug and play solution despite tractor brand and with no additional
compatibility hardware required.

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