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The large fixed-chamber baler.

Thanks to its robust drives, reinforced rollers, and easy operation and maintenance, the ROLLANT 620 is optimally suited to everyday use.


The large fixed-chamber baler.

Thanks to its robust drives, reinforced rollers, and easy operation and maintenance, the ROLLANT 620 is optimally suited to everyday use.


ROLLANT 620 260

The pick-up – with a huge appetite, nothing gets left behind.

  • Controlled pick-up with 1.85- or 2.10-m width for thorough field clearance
  • Optimal ground-contour following even at high speeds, thanks to oscillating pick-up guide wheels
  • Crop flow optimised with excellent visibility of pick-up
ROLLANT 620 260

Controlled pick-up.

With a large pick-up width, nothing is left lying on the ground, even with irregular, wide swaths. The pick-up's intelligent control ensures an even better crop flow, especially with short material, and increases the service life considerably.

Oscillating pick-up castor guide wheels.

Whatever your preferred width, the pick-up's large, oscillating castor guide wheels spread the load evenly and keep it on track. This means optimum ground-contour following and protection of the grass cover even at high speeds or when turning. Tool-free adjustable castor guide wheels add to the convenience.

ROLLANT 620 260

Keeping an eye on the pick-up.

The pick-up is visible from the cab at all times. The driver can adjust both the speed and the crop flow according to the feed quantity at any time, or run the machine at maximum capacity if required. Minimising the danger of blockage maximises driving comfort and reduces risk.

  • Technical data I Pickup
    ROLLANT620 RC620 RF
    2.10-m pick-up
    Oscillating pick-up castor guide wheels
    Controlled pick-up

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ROLLANT 620 260

ROTO FEED. Getting on with the job means finishing up faster.

  • Optimal crop flow and even filling with ROTO FEED
  • Spiral rotor for perfect bale shape and large bale weight
ROLLANT 620 260

A new rotor blade arrangement.

If you don't need to chop the crop, and want large bale weights and high performance, the ROTO FEED ensures a smooth crop flow from the pick-up into the baling chamber.

Maximum crop flow output: ROTO FEED.

The ROLLANT 620 RF – with the ROTO FEED system as standard. The rotor blades of the feed rotor are arranged in dynamic spirals, which guarantees uniform intake and efficient output with maximum performance. The system is particularly suited to delicate types of forage such as alfalfa. The spiral arrangement helps protect the crop and produces top-quality forage – with an optimum bale shape, of course.

ROLLANT 620 260

ROTO CUT. Seven at one stroke – but it's no fairytale.

  • 7-blade ROTO CUT chopping rotor with individual knife guards
  • Even filling, thanks to spiral chopping rotor
  • Superb chop quality with straw or hay
ROLLANT 620 260

Seven knives for improved performance: ROTO CUT.

The ROTO CUT makes the ROLLANT 620 RC the perfect baler to use behind a combine harvester – reliable, fast and precise. The feed rakes that were used in the ROLLANT 260 have been replaced in the ROLLANT 620 RC by a spiral chopping rotor. The result? A greater output.

The benefits of the chopping rotor at a glance:

  • Spiral tine arrangement
  • Helical rotor for a short chop
  • Combined stripper system between and within the double tines
  • Individual blade protection
  • Hydraulic knife engagement

Very high chop quality.

The 7-blade chopping rotor on the ROLLANT 620 RC works with 4-star dual tines. Each knife has its own guard, and the steel is double-hardened. The forage is cut short and precisely into small lengths that can be compacted more densely and unwound more easily – the best prerequisite for top forage quality with hay and straw.