Heavy duty solution for efficient farmers
Whereas the Andex 1304 is already equipped with standard features like separate front and rear rotor lift, very simple electronic control, high performance oil bath gearbox and hydraulic adjustment of working and swath width on front and rear rotors, the Andex 1304 PRO is equipped with additional features making it even more efficient.
“My cows have never milked as well on first cut silage, as they have this year,” explains Ian Richardson of Church Farm, Warmingham, Cheshire. "We’ve added a four-rotor Vicon Andex 13m rake this year and realised the time it saved us was phenomenal.” Watch the video to find out more!
Isobus solution for professional users
The PRO version features advanced operation possibilities via to Isobus control. All machine functions - operated now on load sensing system - are then easily controlled from each Isobus ready Terminal like Isomatch Tellus or Isomatch Tellus Go. With that, users get advanced opportunities to adjust and operate the rake according to their needs.
The Andex 1254 and 1304 (Pro) give no reason for wasting time, not even when moving between fields. Just raise the rotors and off you go, securely below 4m transport height. There is no need to leave the tractor to remove tines arms. Large transport wheels and hydraulic brakes are standard.
For storage all tines arms are detachable to allow a storage height as low as 3.40m. A strong and stable storage foot ensures fast and trouble-free coupling and uncoupling.
The hydraulic adjustment of working and swath width allows you to customise swath intensity and width to the capacity of the following machine, conveniently handled and controlled from the tractor seat. Working width can be set between 10 and 12.50m and swath width can be adjusted between 1.20 and 2.20m, adding the necessary flexibility.
The Vicon rake models Andex 1254 and 1304 (Pro) come with enhanced headland management. In addition to high ground clearance of rotors during headland turns it is possible to tailor time delay between lifting/lowering the front and rear rotors to driving speed and field conditions. This is done mechanically in an easy and uncomplicated way.