The header is designed to mow and deliver the cut material to the feeder of corn or other hard stalk crops. The headers are attached to RSM F 1300, RSM F 2450, RSM F 2550, and RSM F 2650 forage harvesters.
The use of rotary knives with high rotor rpm allows clean and fast cutting, including thin-stemmed and thick-stemmed crops. Both in high and in low yield conditions.
The corn ear traps mounted on the rotor upper covers help minimize the grain loss, and forage nutritional value tends to increase as well.
Minimum cutting height
Thanks to the precise design, the minimum cutting height of the header is 60 mm, allowing to harvest with minimum loss of vegetative crop. Usefull, for example, for sorghum and some other crops.
Easy to operate
"Maize Headers" are operated from the operator’s seat when hitching up to F 2000 series harvesters. Or by switching gears in the gear case, depending on the cutting length when hitching up to a F 1000 series harvester.
Two ways of adjusting the header cutting height when hitching up to F 2000 series harvesters: by height or by pressure. This is controlled by height sensors.