H7000 Series Discbine® Disc Mower-Conditioner

CONDITIONING SYSTEMSCONDITIONING SYSTEMS

  • CHOICE OF ROLL OR FLAIL CONDITIONING

    Fast drydown is the key to good haymaking. New Holland offers two conditioning systems designed to do just that. The legendary chevron–design roll conditioning is gentle but thorough for legumes, while flail conditioning speeds drying in grass–type crops.
  • ROLL CONDITIONING CRIMPS THE WHOLE CROP

    Available on the H7220, H7230, H7450 and H7460 models, the chevron-design, 102–inch intermeshing rubber rolls (90 inch on the H7220) crimp and crack stems evenly along the entire length of the plant, for fast drydown but gentle leaf retention. This proven system is best for legume crops and crop mixtures, and prevents material from wrapping around the rolls.
  • EASY ROLL ADJUSTMENTS

    Make roll–pressure adjustments without tools to get the exact amount of conditioning needed for each crop. Adjusting the critical roll gap is easy, too, by turning one bolt per side. The unique torsion-bar roll–pressure system maintains near constant pressure for consistent conditioning. The system automatically releases roll pressure to clear plugs, without having to stop.
  • TAPERED FLAILS SPEED CROP DRYDOWN

    Standard on the H7320, H7330, H7550 and H7560, the flail conditioning system is more aggressive to remove the waxy layer on stems and speed moisture release. New Holland's tapered flails pick up the crop and rub it together and against the conditioning hood, but release it more easily than competitive systems, for a thinner, fluffier, more uniform crop mat.
  • TAILOR YOUR CONDITIONING

    The adjustable conditioning hood makes it easy to tailor crop treatment to varying crop types and moisture conditions. A simple turn of a hand crank raises the hood away from the flails for lighter conditioning. Lower the hood for more aggressive action. An optional textured hood liner offers even more thorough grass conditioning. A high–speed rotor is standard and aggressively conditions grass crops, while an optional low–speed rotor is ideal for alfalfa.