Kverneland 8446-8452(T)-8452

Compact tedder with low maintenance and 19'9" (6.05m) working width

Compact and Robust Design

Kverneland offers 4 versions of compact tedders with low maintenance requirements and a working-width ranging from 15'1" to 19'9" (4.6 to 6.05m). Maintenance-friendly features include 500 mm rotor plates and an easy-to- maintain gearbox. All tedders can be adjusted centrally to move the tedder to the desired position for border tedding.

The Advantages:

  • Low maintenance CompactLine gearbox with only one grease nipple.
  • Compact tedders with low weight and power requirements.
  • Rotor plate dimension of 500m
  • Double bearings from pinion to crown wheel guarantee maximum longevity of the driveline.
  • Super-C tines with large spring coil diameter for added service life.
  • Easy setting of spreading angle through simple three-way adjustment of wheel height.
  • 8460 standard fitted with vibration damper and strong central unit.

Technical Specifications:

  Working Width Rotors/Tines Weight
8446 15'1" (4.60m) 4/6 1102 lbs (500kg)
8452 17'1" (5.20m) 4/6 1170 lbs (530kg)
8452 T 17'1" (5.20m) 4/6 904 lbs (410kg)
8460 19'9" (6.05m) 6/5 1411 lbs (655kg)

Large Dimensions

  • The box type frame of the Kverneland 8000 series is an extremely solid construction. It is composed of two U-sections fitted into each other and securely welded together. The frame is totally enclosed at the top for maximum strength.
  • All tedders have greasable pivoting points with an extra large diameter, making it a very strong and reliable construction.
  • Made from flat steel, the tine arms form a very compact unit with the rotor plate. This makes the tedders by far more resistant to any type of load.

Spreading Angle

  • High-quality forage allows the optimum spreading angle to be achieved according to crop conditions, helping you to produce high quality forage.
  • Setting the rotors to the right spreading angle will considerably improve the spreading action, and speed up the drying process.
  • The mower swaths are neatly lifted by the tines and evenly spread over the full width.
  • Tines glide in a more uniform frequency over the stubble, so the risk of dirt being lifted by the tines is minimized.