Tried & proven in Ireland over many years, the patented Krone system protects the disc and complete driveline. On impact, the roll pin shears and the disc spins up and out of the way of neighbouring discs. 10 minutes and a 20c part gets you back working and could save €000’s in repairs.
Unlike many other mower beds, the Krone mower features a one-piece fully welded casing made of high quality, heavy gauge steel for huge strength and durability. The wedge shape gives a clean cut, even in lodged crops.
Quick-change blades are considered a must by many farmers and contractors. The blades are quick and easy to change.
The drive gears in the Krone mower drive smaller spur gears on which the discs are mounted. This means cleaner cutting (the blades are closer to the crop), much more oil in the mower bed and the ability to REVERSE THE DIRECTION OF ANY DISC. It is possible to change the direction of any disc without any spare parts via an eccentric hub mounting. This allows you to decide if you want to make a narrow swath for baling or lay it out flat for faster drying. This is unique to Krone!
A clean cut is essential for producing clean forage. All EasyCut KRONE Mowers come as standard with the unique KRONE DuoGrip suspension system. This system suspends the disc mower in its centre of gravity which allows it to float on even the most hilly terrain. Maintaining a consistent ground pressure across the full working width, producing the cleanest cuts with light pull and control.
Krone mowers are designed to sit low and center when in transport position. Whether it be 8 foot or 11 foot, the Krone mower sits at 100- 124 degrees (depending on model) which ensures it doesn’t stick out on narrow roads and is also very stable at high transport speeds.
Levelling and targeted reconsolidation in one operational pass.
To help prepare the field for the following sowing operation, targeted reconsolidation after ploughing is ideal. In many cases, there is insufficient time for the settling of the soil after ploughing and natural tilth formation does not take place so that combining two operational passes is an optimal possibility. A heavy ring packer, in combination with the plough, provides deep reconsolidation, crushing coarse clods and preventing the soil from drying out.