The PRIMOR 15070 M is large enough to take up to four 1.30 x 1.20 x 2.70 metre rectangular bales or three round bales up to 2 metres in diameter. It can be customised according to the layout of farm buildings, with a side or multidirectional discharge chute (GL model variant) enabling straw to be blown to the left or right.
Performance has been a key focus throughout the development of the new machine, with two powerful intake rotors feeding the full 1700mm width of the turbine’s input area. A bank of six hydraulic tines above the feed rotors enables intake settings to be adjusted and regulated according to the type of product being used and to feed the turbine with an even supply of material. The turbine itself is capable of blowing to a distance of 18 metres and is fitted with eight bolt-on blades for pneumatic fodder separation.
The PRIMOR 15070 M uses KUHN’s hydraulic unroll system to clamp subsequent bales in place and stop them from rotating while the first bale is being discharged. It is also equipped with an hydraulic tailgate with a 1.2 tonne lifting capacity for loading round bales. The floor of the body is fitted with a 14mm diameter chain conveyor with an optional boost floor available to provide extra feed conveyor torque for the distribution of heavy products such as grass silage.
In common with existing machines in the PRIMOR range, the 15070 M uses KUHN’s disengageable belt driven POLYDRIVE clutch system to drive two feed rotors which are equipped with 30 cutting sections for ultimate control over cutting length and intensity: all PRIMOR machines are capable of feeding all types of long-strand feedstuffs including straw, silage and haylage.
Starting price for the basic machine (with side chute and electric control) is £34,249.