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Haslbeck 126185 287 Ropa Holmer presentation 2004 either
Ropa Holmer presentation 2004
Last Sunday ROPA and Holmer presented hisself at Sittelsdorf
near the ROPA plant. Many very intersted visitor vorm whole
Europe look too this spectacle with bright eyes.

from Bavaria
Re: Ropa Holmer presentation 2004
At slight wite powdered landscape they find ideal harvesting
conditions and this in the last third of November. Topic was
how to save fuel. They use now engies with up to 600 HP and
let them run with a lower revolutions and rise them only
when power is real needed. The harvesting organs need a
certain speed, so they drive them now hydraulically and
controll them by electronics. A hydraulic dirve needs
more power, but in this case the control circuit
engine-harveting organs leads to a considerable diesel
Re: Ropa Holmer presentation 2004
Ropa TerraDos and in Background the ROPA-Plant with two
EuroTiger ready to hand over. On this day he was used as
auditorium andbecause of the temperatures many prefer to sit
their and eat and drink Bavarian spezialty!
Re: Ropa Holmer presentation 2004
Nise pictures of big engines,but is this good for the
Re: Ropa Holmer presentation 2004
Hi njål,

like the picture demonstrates clearly, his harvesters have
broad tyres up to 1050 mm (about 420 inch) and go by low
flotation. I share your doubt and think that it is a great
challenge to find new solutions. It is no apology, but the
whole powerful and large sized farming has simunlar

from Bavaria
Re: Ropa Holmer presentation 2004
Hi Theo!
I just wonder what kind of forage these maschines are
harvesting?Is it for ensilage? I guess that such a big
harvester have to have different harvesterheads, so it can
harvest many kinds of forage and start to harvest in early
summer and till the snow comes?
Greetings from Njål.
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