New Holland heavy-duty disc mower

September 16, 2008 07:00 PM

New Holland's new H6000 Series heavy-duty disc mowers slice cleanly through thick, wet crops, even at high speeds. A pull-type model, the H6830, is a new addition to the New Holland disc mower line, and allows for exceptionally easy hook up and trail-behind convenience.

The H6700 Series disc mowers are available in four sizes ranging from 6'8” to 10'4” cutting widths. Each of the four models in the Series features New Holland's patented MowMax™ true modular cutterbar and ShockPRO™ disc drive hubs, designed to significantly reduce cutterbar repairs and downtime.

The MowMax cutterbar has individually sealed disc drive modules so if the mower hits an obstruction in the field, the damage is isolated and fully contained within the module. The MowMax cutterbar has enhancements from the prior modular cutterbar that allow the bar to cut lower with less tilt as well as cut cleaner with less scalping. Durability is enhanced with an improved top cap gear assembly and vibration dampened module drive shafts.

Serviceability is significantly improved with the ShockPRO disc drive hubs. ShockPRO protects the cutterbar drive components from shock loads caused by impact with a foreign object by heading off the shock load before it can damage drive components. If the ShockPRO hub breaks, it can be easily replaced in about 10 minutes at minimal cost. For more information, go to:

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