THE Bergmann Royal loader wagon, with its unique two-rotor system (cutting and press rotor), has been available since the mid-1990s. The current series comprises four models with (DIN) load volumes ranging from 26.8 to 30 m³. For the 2022 season, the Royal series has been updated with a number of new features.
For use on hilly terrain or on soils with a low load-bearing capacity, a wide guide roller arranged behind the pick-up is optionally available. This supports the pick-up’s height control in addition to the lateral guide wheels, as a larger area of the ground is scanned.
For ideal adjustment to the working height of the pick-up, the guide roller’s setting levels have been increased from four to six for an even more accurate guide roller setting.
The result: even neater crop uptake, resulting in higher fodder quality. It also reduces wear and tear of the pick-up’s spring-loaded tines and sward damage.
For optimum filling and maximum cargo space utilisation, a rounded extension between the rigid front wall and the filler hood, is fitted as standard.
The press rotor feeds the cut green fodder upwards along the front wall into the cargo space. The rounded front wall extension ensures an even transition to the filler hood, so that the herbage slides more easily into the cargo space.
The fully redesigned filler hood suspension results in reduced operating noise. The filler hood is attached to the new front wall extension via several hinge points. At the rear, the filler hood is now spring-loaded and suspended on rubber discs. The optional auto-load system is controlled via the filler hood.
The Royal series features a new, straight tailgate with automatic locking and release of the same design as the large Bergmann loader wagons.
For fast unloading, the tailgate of the Royal S models with dosing rollers can now also be fully opened. To allow even, level distribution of the fodder on the bunker silo, the tailgate can also be only part-opened.
To fully utilise the cargo space capacity of the Royal K models, without dosing roller, the tailgate, has the same height as the loader wagon’s side walls as standard. There is no need, therefore, for additional optional tailgate extensions.
The combination of dosing rollers and cross conveyor belt presented at the Agritechnica 2019 for loading and supplying fresh grass feed uses the proven tailgate of the Royal S models.
This allows the Royal to be unloaded either conventionally through the tailgate or via the cross conveyor belt.
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