There are several things that appeal to Magnus with the Fendt Rotana 130 F Combi with fixed chamber. The mechanical tailgate lock, for example, he experiences as gentle on the machine. Mechanical locking on the tailgate is a great thing on a press, especially when it has been very dry and you lie and drive with the bale for a long time before it is finished pressing. I feel that the mechanical locking does not give the same strain on the machine, if I compare with the pressures I have had before, he says.
Islander Magnus Carlsson experiences the press as very quiet to drive, almost so that it is barely heard that it is running. The large, sturdy tires provide good flow in driving and the insert is great. In the cab, he has a large and solid touch screen with easy-to-understand menus. The pickup on the Fendt Rotana 130 F Combi is without cam tracks. The input is wide, which means that even wider strings are caught. The pickup is among the most divine in this press, says Magnus. The pickup width is something I have missed before. The only thing you have to think about is that it will be a little wider in transport.
The fascination with the Fendt Rotana 130 F Combi is also that it is just a combination of baler and wrapper. The baler technology is the very heart of this machine. The bale rotates safely on the wrapping table. To adapt the wrap to the current lining, it is easy to change the prestress of the plastic film by changing the gear. The wrapping system and a sensor roller means that an optimized number of plastic layers are placed around the bales with overlap at each layer. The wrapping has worked flawlessly, says Magnus.