THE INDUSTRIES FIRST AND STILL THE BEST
Since 1964 when New Holland introduced the first combined sickle mower and conditioner, the Haybine® name has been synonymous with time-saving, impeccable cutting performance, fast drying, and time-tested reliability. New Holland continues this legacy with Haybine model 472 and 488 side-pull mower-conditioners and H7150 center-pivot, trail frame for HS Series 14-, 16-, and 18-foot mower-conditioner heads.
472 and 488 MODEL HAYBINE® MOWER-CONDITIONERS
These side-pull models offer traditional producers just right capacity with a low power requirement and base models require no hydraulic connections ideally suited for classic tractors, many of today's compact models, as well as small utility tractor models.
H7150 HAYBINE® MOWER-CONDITIONER TRAIL FRAME FOR HS SERIES HEADS
If you’re looking for consistent, high cutting quality combined with high capacity, look no further than the H7150 Haybine mower-conditioner trail frame paired with an HS Series sickle mower-conditioner head, available in cutting widths of 14, 16, or 18 feet. The center-pivot design combined with dual, counter-stroking sickles and wide cutting widths makes short work of large acreages.
SMOOTH, RELIABLE CUTTING
Haybine® mower-conditioners lead the pack in cutting through heavy, down and tangled crops. That smooth, reliable cutting starts with over-serrated, bolt-on knife sections, adjustable sickle hold-down clips and square back-bar guards. And Haybine sickle drive systems are designed to provide clean cutting, less wear and vibration, with minimum maintenance.
SINGLE KNIFE DRIVE (472 and 488)
The 472 and 488 feature New Holland’s proven single knife drive system. The reliable wobble joint sickle drive delivers fast sickle speed for clean cutting with minimum maintenance.
DUAL, COUNTER-STROKING SICKLES (H7150)
Dual, counter-stroking sickles deliver smooth, clean cutting on the Model H7150 and HS 14-, 16- and 18-foot heads. They’re gear driven from both sides, operate with less vibration and are easy to service. A 1800-strokes-per-minute sickle speed plus a full 3-inch stroke combine for fast, high-capacity cutting.
ADJUSTABLE CUTTING ANGLE AND HEIGHT
It’s easy to make a mechanical adjustment to knife and guard angle on the 472 and 488 models to suit crop and field conditions. Hydraulic cutting angle adjustment is standard with the H7150 trail frame, allowing changes on the go, right from the tractor seat, which is ideal for working in rocky fields. Adjustable header skid shoes allow for easy changes in cutting height.
CONSISTENT CROP FLOW AND UNIFORM CONDITIONING
The smaller 472 and 488 models feature a design where the reel sweeps crop directly from the cutterbar into the conditioning system for a smooth and direct crop flow. Reel speeds can be adjusted to compensate for crop conditions and ground speeds.
The high-capacity, center-pivot H7150 is equipped with an HS Series Haybine® sickle mower-conditioner head that features a fully adjustable five-bat reel that smoothly sweeps crop from the wide 14-, 16-, and 18-foot cutterbars into the crop auger where it is uniformly fed into the conditioning system. Reel speed is variable using an adjustable sheave thatprovides an effective adjustment of reel tine tip speed to compensate for crop conditions and ground speeds.
THE HEART OF EVERY HAYBINE—CONDITIONING
Get gentle but thorough conditioning from New Holland chevron-design intermeshing rubber rolls. Their unique spiraled pattern helps grip the crop and keep it moving. The lugs crack the stem every three to four inches to release moisture for fast drydown.
UNIQUE ROLL-PRESSURE SYSTEM
Don’t get bogged down with crop plugging. The New Holland torsion-bar roll-pressure system applies near-constant pressure to the crop, even as the crop mat thickness changes, delivering the most consistent conditioning available. When the rolls reach their maximum opening, the pressure decreases automatically to permit slugs of crop to pass through without plugging.
EASY NO-TOOLS PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
A turn of a crank is all it takes to change conditioning pressure to match field conditions. No tools are required. The critical roll-gap and roll tension can be adjusted for optimal conditioning, as well. For legumes, the roll should be maintained between 1/64 and 1/16 inches for optimum drydown.
Height: 42, Length: 157, Weight: 2,110