ROLLANT 520

More robust than ever.

CLAAS is embarking on a new chapter in the 43-year ROLLANT success story with a new generation. The ROLLANT 520 fixed-chamber baler brings together all the advantages of the popular ROLLANT 340 and 350 predecessor models. The new baler is very straightforward to operate, versatile and extremely robust.

ROLLANT 520

ROLLANT 520

More robust than ever.

CLAAS is embarking on a new chapter in the 43-year ROLLANT success story with a new generation. The ROLLANT 520 fixed-chamber baler brings together all the advantages of the popular ROLLANT 340 and 350 predecessor models. The new baler is very straightforward to operate, versatile and extremely robust.

Bale chamber and tying.

ROLLANT 520

Put the pressure on: reinforced rollers and MPS.

High pressure with particularly robust steel rollers.

For quality feed, crops need to be compacted quickly into high-density bales. In the ROLLANT, this is done with highly robust steel rollers with profile webs which ensure an active crop feed. As a result, the crop is pressed into firm, round bales with excellent shape retention even in damp conditions. In the new ROLLANT 520 with heavy-duty rollers, the roller sleeve is now significantly thicker, at 4 mm, for an even longer service life. The shaft is bolted, so it can be replaced if required. For effective operation under tough harvesting conditions, all bearings and drive shafts are designed for high productivity and throughput.


MPS II

Optional: MAXIMUM PRESSURE SYSTEM II.

The steel-roller bale chamber with MPS is your guarantee for rock-hard bales with high core compaction. That’s because of the extra pressure delivered by MPS, the pivoting three-roller segment in the ROLLANT tailgate. At the start of the bale formation process, the three MPS rollers project into the bale chamber. They are then pushed back up into their end position by the bale as it increases in size. The benefits for you: The bale rotates right from the start and is compacted starting from a diameter of only 90 cm. The result is highly compacted bales – even at high ground speeds.