For decades, the world-renowned LT-Master and VARIO-Master baler-wrapper combinations have been an important component in the preservation of feed. The materials that can be processed into round bales have expanded enormously in recent years - as have the sophisticated and detailed solutions for the baler-wrapper combinations. Now GÖWEIL presents a new - small - model of the Master series: The LT-Master F60!
The „little variant“ of the LT-Master F115 is equipped with a fixed chamber baler and produces compact bales with a size of 0.60 x 0.60 m. This provides customers in the small bale sector a machine with proven GÖWEIL quality.
Like all GÖWEIL machines, the LT-Master F60 also impresses with top quality:
- The best workmanship of the individual components by trained personnel with the most modern equipment ensures the best quality.
- The robust and stable construction guarantees operational safety and an extremely long service life of the machine.
- Our service department offers competent advice and assistance with maintenance, repairs and adjustments to the machine.
Sophisticated solutions increase the profitability of the LT-Master F60:
- Powerful and fast due to the large hopper, double wrapping arm and net & film binding - up to 90 bales per hour!
- Fully automated through specially developed program control with clear terminal for all functions and settings.
- Clean and precise operation due to recirculation and avoidance of material losses.
Best forage quality
Above all, the finished and wrapped bale speaks for the quality of the machine:
- Best forage quality due to high compaction and fast air exclusion.
- Dimensional stability due to high baling density as well as precise binding and wrapping.
- Compact bale size with 0.60 x 0.60 m for small forage units.
A significant highlight of the LT-Master F60 is that it is immediately ready for use! With the double-acting control unit on the tractor, the machine is lowered, the PTO is switched on and the bunker of the LT-Master F60 can be filled. Under optimal operating conditions, up to 90 bales per hour can be baled and wrapped.
The LT-Master F60 is connected to the tractor with a lower linkage link drawbar. The baler-wraper combination is driven by a cardan shaft.
The spacious bunker can hold up to 3.5 m³ of material.
The material is metered via the steep elevator and conveyed into the bale chamber.
In the bale chamber, the material is pressed into a compact bale measuring 0.60 x 0.60 m.
During transfer, the wrapping table tilts towards the bale. The double wrapping arm with two 375 mm film pre-stretchers neatly wraps the bale.
Once the film has been cut off and the bale wrapped, the wrapping table tilts towards the bale delivery ramp and deposits it neatly.
The 3.5 m³ bunker provides sufficient buffer to be able to feed the machine permanently. This prevents the LT-Master F60 from coming to a standstill. With the viewing windows, the filling level can be monitored at any time.
The material is fed into the bale chamber in perfectly metered quantities via the steep elevator. The galvanized, drop-forged scraper floor chains from Rübig are virtually indestructible.
The new refeed belt made of PVC and with a U-profile runs under the entire machine, catches losses and guides them cleanly back into the bunker. From there, the material is processed again.
Hydraulically powered bale chamber
The hydraulically powered bale chamber favors a machine-friendlier way of working and also reduces the noise level of the baler-wrapper combination. What‘s more, the hydraulic drive enables the user to choose between different speeds during baling and binding (4 levels respectively). This means that the machine can be better adapted to the different materials and conditions, saving time and energy.
Fixed chamber baler with endless belt
The rollers of the fixed chamber are surrounded by a continuous endless belt. This minimizes material losses. The belt tension can be adjusted hydraulically, helping to ensure a reliable bale start and good bale ejection.
High bale density
The 4.5 mm thick steel rollers ensure optimum processing of the material and high bale density. The driven rollers are equipped with a ribbed profile, which guarantees secure rotation of the bale. Large dimensioned and sealed spherical roller bearings with bearing labyrinth ensure a long service life.
Net or film
An efficient binding system is needed to keep a bale in perfect condition. The LT-Master F60 is equipped as standard with a combined dual binding unit for 750 mm net and film.
Hydraulically tilting wrapping table
When the bale is transferred, the tailgate opens downward and the wrapping table tilts toward the bale. The bale is transferred directly, quickly and gently. Conveyor belts and bale guide rollers always guarantee continuous advance of the bale and thus uniform overlapping of the film. For bale placement, the wrapping table swivels the bale onto the bale delivery ramp.
Twin wrapping arm
The standard double wrapping arm with 2 x 375 mm film pre-stretchers wraps the 60 cm bales in the shortest possible time. More bales per roll of film are the result of the patented plastic rollers.
Bale delivery ramp
The mechanically lowerable bale delivery ramp ensures a gentle bale deposit.
The stainless cutting knife guarantees precise cutting of the film. The film holder fixes the film and ensures easy release. Thus, there are no jammed film residues.
Film monitoring and single-film mode
If a roll of film runs out or the film tears, the feed rate of the wrapping table is reduced until a 50% overlap is guaranteed once more. This allows bale wrapping to be completed without interruption. If both film rolls run out or tear, the film monitoring stops the wrapping process.
The drawbar is connected to the towing vehicle with a lower link hitch and swings out to the left or right up to 90°. This makes it easy to fill the hopper from all sides.
The lift axle with 380/55-R17 AW tires can be swiveled hydraulically and lowers into the working position to minimize the filling height into the bunker.
Maize silage is produced using the entire corn plant and serves as one of the most important staple feeds for livestock with high milk yields. Corn silage provides particularly nutritious energy in the form of starch from crushed corn grains and is also very rich in fiber. In this way, corn silage provides the optimal conditions for achieving maximum milk or fattening yields. Particularly at temperatures above 15 degrees Celsius, the feed can deteriorate in quality due to the high activity of microbacteria.
CCM (corn-cob-mix) is an excellent energy feed made from the cob and kernels of the corn cob. It is used to feed pigs, cattle, and other small ruminants. CCM silage offers the maximum energy concentration through additional starch and has an excellent price-performance ratio in comparison with traditional concentrated feed. The crushing of corn grains gives the feed more structure and makes it very easy for livestock to pick up. Due to their compact shape, CCM silage bales are perfectly easy to handle and also ideally suited to feeding in smaller quantities.
Grass silage serves as the most important staple forage for livestock. The feed is made from an optimal combination of sweet grasses, herbs, and clover. Grass types with a high sugar content guarantee a good fermentation process.
Alongside corn silage, alfalfa silage is one of the most important basic feed components in cattle feeding. High feed intake as well as particularly high structural effectiveness contributes to substantial cattle milk yields. The cultivation of alfalfa offers high yield security and also improves the quality of the soil. However, its low sugar content makes alfalfa very difficult to preserve using traditional methods.
Pressed sugar beet pulp silages are characterized by a very high energy content, they are easily digestible, and impress with their palatability. They are an ideal supplement to grass silages since they have a negative ruminal nitrogen balance and thereby compensate for the protein balance in the stomach. Pressed beet pulp silages have very low lactic acid content and therefore also a very low total acidity. High compression as well as clean processing while still warm are hugely important for silage quality.
A TMR contains a balanced mix of staple forage and concentrated feed. Dry matter content and energy content are perfectly coordinated. TM rations have a very positive effect on milk yields and animal health. Previously fermented silages are mixed and ensiled again for stockpiling TMR. The LT-Master F115 can be used to produce TMR inventory quickly, easily, and inexpensively. It is transportable and therefore an ideal solution for trade.
Wild animal feed, fruit- and vegetable waste, crushed grain corn, ...
Fast, simple, and fully automatic. Every last detail contributes to an optimum material flow, ensuring that the LT-Master F60 delivers topclass throughput performance. Here is an overview of all the equipment of the baler-wrapper combination:
Including gearbox with pump, return filter and 30 l hydraulic oil tank
The compact remote control works via radio transmission and initiates bale deposit of the wrapped bale. Thanks to its handiness, the user can keep the transmitter with them at all times and start the deposit.
All work cycles are fully automatic
Technical Data (Basic Model)
|Length:||7.570 mm||8.260 mm|
|Width:||2.200 mm||3.240 mm|
|Height:||2.925 mm||2.800 mm|
|Round bale diameter:||0,60 x 0,60 m|
Tractor power requirements
|Oil requirement (lift axle):||10 l at 200 bar|
At least: 44 kW (60 hp)
Optimum: ab 60 kW (80 hp)
|Cardan shaft connection: Speed: 540 -1000 | 1 3/8“ Z6|
|1 double-acting control device for controlling the lift axle|
|Power is supplied to the machine via the ISOBUS socket or the cable harness supplied|
|A 7-pin socket for the entire lighting system, except work lights|
For loading and stacking from one or two bales with a diamter of 0.60 m; Base frame with Euro-attachment; Rounded gripper arms with swivel compensator; Hydraulic cylinder for bale securing; Max. operating pressure: 200 bar / Weight: 140 kg / Bale weight: max. 500 kg; Double-acting hydraulic control device required
Pressure relief valve including check valve
(telescopic & wheel loaders require an operating pressure greater than 200 bar)
- Cat. I and Cat. II three-point linkage
- Hauer B, Merlo, Merlo ZM3, SMS, MX
- Dieci/New Holland, Dieci Dedalus, Amkodor, Manitou, JCB Q-Fit, JCB Compact Tool Carrier, Weidemann hydraulic, Kramer, Schäffer up to 3550, Schäffer from 3550T, Atlas, Claas Scorpion, Zettelmeyer 402, Zettelmeyer 602, Volvo BM, CAT 907H / Liebherr L507, Liebherr L514, Faresin, Avant, Faucheux, Bobcat, CAT TH 407 C, Giant, Skid Steer, Fendt Cargo T955/ Sennebogen
- Adapter Weiste triangle Cat. II (Requires three-point linkage)
The LT-Master F60 can produce up to 90 bales per hour. Thanks to the large bunker, double wrapping arm and net & film binding, this machine is fast and powerful!
The towing vehicle should be equipped with at least 44 kW / 60 hp (optimum: 60 kW / 80 hp).
- PTO shaft connection: Speed: 540 -1000 | 1 3/8" Z6
- 1 double-acting control unit for supplying the lift axle
- The electrical power supply to the machine is provided via the ISOBUS socket or the supplied wiring harness.
- A 7-pin socket for the entire lighting system, excluding work lights
Not only maize silage, but also CCM, alfalfa, sugar beet, wild animal feed and many other materials can be processed into small, perfectly pressed and wrapped round bales with the LT-Master F60.
The finished bales have a size of 0.60 x 0.60 m. The bale weight depends on the quality and moisture content of the material:
- Maize Silage: ~ 150 kg
- CCM: ~ 200 kg
- Chopped straw: ~ 65 kg
Wrap film: 375 mm wide (standard size)
Binding (net & film): up to 750 mm wide
The optimum length of the material is 3-5 cm.