The Continuous ROC Mergers RT 810 is composed of 2 elements, distant 2,1m (6′ 11”) one from the other, it has working width of 8,1 m (26′ 7”) and a pick up width of 6m (19′ 8”). This model can discharge the crop of the two belts in the middle, or one on the left and one on the right or one in the middle and one on one side. The ROC Mergers RT 810 is like the RT 1000, but with no pick up and no belt in the central part and it’s also equipped with a 6 bar pickup and with Bkt tyres 400/55 R22,5. This version can work with just one or with the two opened elements and it can be folded up for transport reaching a transport width of 3 m (9′ 10”).
- Less stripping of hay and higher quality. Owing to sun drying little alfalfa stalks, which support leaves, become indeed extremely fragile. If you pick-up crop using traditional rotary-rakes and especially in the absence of dew, little stalks are more subject to breaking.
- Lower product losses. In presence of wheel-tracks or holes, during crop dragging traditional rakes tend to leave on the ground a part of product.
- Less damages to fresh growth of crop. Under normal conditions, already after 2 or 3 days from harvesting some kinds of crop like alfalfa produce fresh growth made up of small stalks and some leaves.