Rear-mount mower DuraDisc™, DiscCutter™ series
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rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
rear-mount mower
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Characteristics

Mounting
mounted, rear-mount
Technology
disc
Number of blades
16 blades, 14 blades, 12 blades, 18 blades
Number of discs
7 discs, 8 discs, 9 discs
Other characteristic
PTO-driven
Working width

2.37 m, 2.77 m, 3.11 m, 3.52 m, 3.86 m (7'09")

Power required

Max.: 95 ch (95 hp)

Min.: 48 ch (48 hp)

Swath width

Max.: 3.3 m (10'09")

Min.: 1.2 m (3'11")

PTO speed

540 rpm, 1,000 rpm (3,392.9 rad.min-1)

Weight

Max.: 1,060 kg (2,336.9 lb)

Min.: 495 kg (1,091.3 lb)

Description

The DuraDisc™ non-conditioning range of rear mounted mowers is available in 2.37 to 2.77 metre cutting widths and benefits from a mechanical flotation system, designed to always follow ground contours. The five-model rear mounted pendulum suspended DiscCutter™ mower range is available in 2.77 to 3.86 metre cutting widths, meaning operators can choose the perfect mower, whether working in narrow, irregular shaped fields, or large open spaces. The 2.77 and 3.11 metre DiscCutter™ models can be fitted with the optional PE-finger conditioner for improved wilting performance. State-of-the-art manufacturing New Holland’s advanced and modern manufacturing centre in Kutno, Poland, is a Centre of Excellence for hay and forage equipment, with design, testing and manufacture all centred in this plant. Following key manufacturing principles, rigorous manufacturing and quality standards are upheld by a committed workforce, to deliver outstanding quality, durability and reliability. A history of excellence The New Holland brand has become synonymous with hay and forage excellence, an unbroken bloodline which stretches back more than a century. It is fair to say, New Holland has changed the face of agriculture in this area with revolutionary breakthroughs including the first self-tying pickup baler in 1940, advances in mower technology with the first Haybine® mower conditioner in 1964 and its first self-propelled forage harvester in 1961, are all testament to an insatiable desire to move hay and forage activities forwards.
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