Goweil G1 Round Baler & Combination
Goweil G1 Round Baler & Combination
Goweil round balers lead the market here in New Zealand for their consistently perfect bale shape, easy bale transportation and heavy duty construction. Always going for a better bale, these balers are always finding new ways to improve, give both farmers and contractors a better experience and make that better bale.
The pendulum pick-up is suspended centrally and has a swing range of 150mm, providing clean pick-up of the base feed with its superior adaption to ground contours.
Doing without a cam track, the pendulum pickup offers a DIN rake width of 2.20m and large conveying screws on the sides that guarantee an optimum flow of material to the rotor. Equipped with tines spaced 51 mm apart across six rows, the pickup delivers first-rate raking performance even when handling extremely wide swaths.
The six-star rotor offers enormous capacity and guarantees optimum feed pick-up under all types of harvest conditions.
Due to its large 570mm diameter and the welded-on rows of HARDOX tines, the rotor cuts swaths of feed cleanly and convey them reliably into the bale chamber, whether they are large and dry or contain feed that is short and still wet. Installed in front of the rotor is a mechanically powered infeed roller. Pre-compressing the material with outstanding efficiency, the roller increases the throughput significantly. The newly developed starter roller housed in the bale chamber provides for optimum bale rotation and a reliable start.
PERFECT FLOW OF MATERIAL
The rotational direction of the rotor built into the G-1 F125 is upward. This movement channels the material from the rotor through the cutting unit and into the bale chamber.
AUTO FLOW CONTROL (AFC)
The AFC (Auto Flow Control) monitors the entire flow of material and automatically cuts in as soon as there’s a clog at the rotor or pickup.
In both cases, an overload safeguard trips, before the clogs are quickly cleared, allowing work to continue without hindrance or hold-up.
The bale chamber uses 18 solid forming rollers, which are 4mm thick and reinforced on the inside. Their ribbed profile ensures supreme compression density and effective rotation of the bale.
Two drive rollers with a shaft diameter of 65 mm and the additional roller shafts with a diameter of 60 mm run continuously on double-row pendulum roller bearings and provide for excellent stability and durability.
STARTER AND CLEANING ROLLER
Situated directly behind the rotor, the starter roller provides for the best possible bale rotation and a reliable bale start. A cleaning roller feeds any material that has dropped down back into the bale chamber.
The tailgate opens and closes with the help of two hydraulic cylinders. Depending on the program setting, the process will be completed automatically or manually.
Features & Benefits
Shot Over Rotor
The Goweil G1 baler has the all-new shot over rotor. With the new shot over design the grass is fed over top of the rotor rather than under it like all traditional balers. With the shot over the grass takes the most direct route into the bale chamber. This greatly improving crop flow which means this increases the capacity of the rotor over traditional balers, resulting in fewer blockages, thus increasing your hourly through put. The real advantage of the shot over rotor is more than at baling time, but more at feed out time. With the shot over rotor the grass is fed more directly into the bale chamber. By doing this the G1 bales are formed more consistently from the centre, which means they feed out longer and more even for the farmer. Our customers are telling us that the farmers they are making bales for are preferring the G1 bales over standard bales and are requesting the G1 for their future baling.
Film on Film Technology
The Film on Film system means that the new G1 operates differently from other machines on the market. The G1 does not need grass being fed into the chamber to put the film on to the bale. This means you don’t get forage and film mixed together and you also won’t have any issues at feed out time trying to get film out of the bale.
One Rotor for All Harvest Conditions
Fitted at the heart of the feeding system is a 6-star rotor that offers enormous absorption capacity. Thanks to its large 570mm diameter and the welded-on rows of HARDOX tines, the rotor will always cut the swaths cleanly and pass them reliably into the bale chamber. This happens regardless of whether they are large and dry or contain forage that is short and still wet. Installed in front of the rotor is a mechanically powered infeed roller. The roller increases the throughput considerably by pre-compressing the material with superior efficiency. The newly developed starter roller housed in the bale chamber provides for excellent bale rotation and a reliable start.
Pendulum Pick Up
The suspended installation in a central position creates a swing range of 150 mm. It provides for excellent ground adaptation and easily compensates for any unevenness in the terrain. Doing without a cam track, the pendulum pickup offers a DIN rake width of 2.20 m and large conveying screws on the sides that guarantee an ideal flow of material to the rotor. Equipped with tines that are spaced 51 mm apart across six rows, the pickup delivers a superior raking performance even when handling extremely wide swaths.
The Auto Flow Control monitors the entire flow of material and intervenes in fully automatic fashion as soon as it encounters a problem in the conveying duct. This ensures that clogs at the rotor or pickup are removed quickly and effortlessly! Here is how it works:
Unclogging the Rotor
The rotor’s overload safeguard trips whenever the conveying duct for the quantity of feed to be delivered becomes too narrow. The hydraulic top floor opens towards the top, and the knives flip back.
When the rotor starts up again, the excess material is guided unobstructed into the bale chamber. The drop floor and the knives subsequently return to their original positions, allowing the feed pick-up to resume without a hitch.
Unclogging the Pick-Up
An overload safeguard will also be tripped if too much feed has accumulated at the pickup. Normally powered mechanically, the infeed roller will then be briefly driven and supported hydraulically to allow it to keep the flow of material going. Concurrently with the infeed roller the drop floor swivels up, allowing the material to find its way directly into the bale chamber.
Drop Floor & Cutting Unit
Because the cutting unit is positioned above the rotor, changing the blades is a breeze and can be done without the need for any tools. This offers an advantage that is particularly beneficial in baler-wrapper combinations. The cutting unit is fitted with 30 twin-blade cutting edges with a cutting length of 35 mm. The narrow spacing between rotor tine and knife ensures that the feed is chopped with superior accuracy. The replacement knife bar allows the operator to carry along 30 replacement knives or change the number of cutting knives as needed. A hydraulic bar safety device protects the knives from foreign objects and moves them immediately into their cutting position.