GA 300 GM 3201 G/GM and GA 3801 models of single rotor rakes are ideal for small farms. Fitted with 9 or 10 tine arms, these rakes work at widths of 3.20 to 3.80m.
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Tine arm drive components are housed in a fully enclosed gearbox casing and require no particular maintenance. The tine arm holders are fixed onto the upper and lower gearbox casing covers making them even more robust.
The tines rake the crop very gently, even when it is heavy and dense. They are made of heat treated steel so their service life is optimised and resistance to fatigue is increased. The “floating” tine attachment, featuring three large-diameter coils, also reduces the risk of wear. The tine height is tightly controlled to preserve both the stubble and the crop.
The 9 tine arms on GA 300 GM, GA 3201 G and GA 3201 GM models and the 10 tine arms on the GA 3801 GM enable the tools to rake across the whole width. Having a large number of arms is a requirement for top-quality raking. They are in a hyper-tangential position (except GA 300 GM and GA 3201). This means that they reach a 90° angle late in the turning cycle, tine clearance is quick and requires little rotational effort to produce regular, fluffy and straight swaths. The raking is of high quality even at high speeds because the forage is not pushed too far out past the swath.
The swath curtain is mounted on a parallelogram (except GA 300) and is easily adjusted by turning a handle. When extended outwards, the curtain automatically moves to the rear and vice versa. This is very practical as it is always correctly placed in relation to crop flow. No tools are required to set the swath width.
GA 300 GM, GA 3201 GM and GA 3801 GM models are available with pivoting headstock so raking and swath quality when turning is just as good as on the straight. What’s more, the following baler will be easier to handle in the corners.
If your fields are sloping, opt for the GA 3201 G. With its fixed hitch system the rake will always follow the tractor even on the steepest slopes. It is fitted with pivoting wheels too and there is a lever on the wheel to adjust the machine height.
The wheels are positioned extremely close to the rotor. As a result the tines follow the ground contours better to avoid impurities getting into the forage.
|GA 300 GM||GA 3201 GM|
|Working width (m)||3.20||3.20|
|Average windrow width (m)||0.80||0.80-1.00|
|Windrow deflector||Windrow screen||Windrow screen|
|Transport width with arms disconnected/connected (m)||-/2.75||1.75/-|
|Windrow delivery||To the left||To the left|
|Guard unfolding and folding||Manual||Manual|
|Number of rotors / Rotor diameter (m)||1/2.64||1/2.64|
|Number of tine arms per rotor / Number of tines per tine arm||9/3||9/3|
|Gearbox||Fully enclosed single reduction||Fully enclosed single reduction|
|Bogie axles||As optional equipment||As optional equipment|
|Raking height adjustment||Wheels adjustable in height by crank handle||Wheels adjustable in height by crank handle|
|Tyres on each rotor||15 x 6.00 - 6||15 x 6.00 - 6|
|Hitch||3-point Cat 1 and 2||3-point Cat 1 and 2|
|Theoretical tractor power requirement (kW/hp)||15/20||15/20|
|Road lights and signalling||As optional equipment||As optional equipment|
|Approx. weight (kg)||286||372|