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MACDON FLEXDRAPER® HEADERS

 

SMOOTH, CONSISTENT, HEADS-FIRST FEEDING. IT’S WHAT MACDON APART.

MacDon 5 Series Drapers are designed to provide smooth, consistent headsfirst feeding to the combine, even in the most challenging harvest conditions. Feeding crop heads-first is the best way to get the most performance out of your combine – burning less fuel and taking less time to process means getting the crop off quicker and more efficiently. HERE’S HOW THEY DO IT…

  • Close Reel to Cutterbar Relationship – The MacDon FD75 features a fixed cutter bar to reel relationship. A small critical gap between the reel fingers and the cutter bar is maintained at all times, even when in full flex, ensuring smooth feeding of the crop over the entire width of the MacDon FD75 FlexDraper® Header.
  • Active Float System – The CA25 works with the auto-header-height-control of the combine which allows for instant float-response over changing ground conditions. Coil springs mechanically provide lateral and vertical float of the header, independent of the combine feeder house which allows the FlexDraper® to float over rolling and uneven terrain.
  • Reel Performance – The MacDon reel offers 4 adjustable cam positions, allowing you to select the setting that best suits your harvest conditions. Positions 1 and 2 are for fair harvest conditions with ripe standing crop and no green weeds or undergrowth. Positions 3 and 4 allow you to put the reel in front of and below the cutter bar for lifting downed and low podding crop. You can also use the header tilt and fore-aft reel positioning for even more aggressive action when required.
  • True Ground Following Characteristics – The MacDon FD75 is a floating, three-section flexible header with a split reel allowing the entire header frame, cutter bar and reel to follow ground contours as a unit – while maintaining the small, consistent reel to cutter bar relationship important for smooth crop feeding to the combine – even at maximum flex.

 

 

Size/Cutting Width 30 ft (9.1m) 35 ft (10.6m) 40 ft (12.2m) 45 ft (13.7m)
Weight: Single Knife Drive1 6,746 lb (3060 kg) 7,167 lb (3251 kg) 7,589 lb (3442 kg)
Weight: Double Knife Drive2 7,789 lb (3533 kg) 8,218 lb (3728 kg)
Knife: Type / Drive / Speed / Guards Single or double knife / Hydraulic, MacDon design enclosed oil bath wobb le bo x(es) / 1050 to 1400 SPM, varies depending on header size / Pointed DHT (double heat-treated), strong, mud resistant profile
Reel: Type / Drive / Speed / Fingers Model PR15 pick-up reel, 2-piece (double), flip-over design, cam-leading finger control / Hydraulic / 0 to 67 RPM varies depending on combine model / 11 in (279 mm) length, wear-resistant HD plastic, 6 in (152 mm) spacing
Conveyor: Type / Drive / Speed 41.6 in (1057 mm) width, reversible 24 oz (680.4 g) rubber skim-coated drapers, double V-guide with tracking, integral seal on leading edge / Hydraulic / 0 to 464 ft/min
Standard Features Adapters for most current model combines, hydraulic fore-aft reel positioner, hydraulic header tilt, cutter bar poly wear plates, auto-header height with header
angle and ground pressure indicators
Field Installed Options Upper cross auger recommended for tall bushy crops, stabilizer wheels, slow-speed transport with stabilizer wheels and other specialty option kits
* Please note: All listed weights are approximations and will vary depending on header configuration. Check with your dealer for combine ratings. Weight includes CA25 Combine Adapter. The CA25 Combine Adapter weighs approximately 2050 lb (930 kg); this number varies by combine model.