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The HeroW H430 is the next logical step to follow on from its earlier successful introduction, particularly with regard to market gardeners and arable farmers who set higher standards for capacity, handling, comfort and tyre configuration. Moreover, the HeroW H430 complies with the latest standards for exhaust emissions.
The HeroW H430 can be supplied in two axle widths of 1,500 and 1,800 mm, which can be adjusted hydraulically as standard to 1,800 or 2,250 mm.
The H4 series makes it possible to achieve a maximum driving speed of 45 km/h.
|Engine||Deutz TDC 2012 135 hp, 99 kW|
|Drive||4WD, continuously variable, hydrostatic transmission
|Steering||2-wheel steering, front axle suspension with position
|Pumps, type - L/min||463 - 276 / 463H - 322|
|Spray booms, m||DELTA (18-28), FORCE
(18-30), TWIN FORCE (18-30)
|Nozzles, cm||Standard 50 - Option 25|
|Tyres||11.2.R32 | 12.4.R46|
|Turning radius, m||4,50|
|Total length, m||A 5,20|
|Overall height, m||B 3.50 (transport position)|
|Width with TWIN FORCE, m||C 3,00|
|Track width, m||D 1.50 – 1.80 (on demand)|
|Wheel base (front axle-rear axle), m||E 2,35|
|Clearance, m||F 0,85|
|Rinse tank, L||250|
|Weight (empty tank)*, kg||5.500|
These include: AutoWash, AutoFill, AutoSection Control, PrimeFlow Find out from your dealer or Homburg Holland which options are the most suitable for your business.
* Weight 2,360 L is incl. DELTA boom of 24m
AutoSectionControl (ASC) is a fully automatic system that opens and closes booms sections as necessary. ASC manages the sections when driving over sprayed area like into a headland or wedge or around obstacles like trees etc.
ASC is a small module connected to the HC 6500 and to a GPS receiver. When spraying, the ASC automatically records the area sprayed. In a typical situation where the headland is sprayed first, ASC will now automatically close the sections if the operator passes over a sprayed area.
PrimeFlow is a pressure based system for circulation of liquid to the nozzles before the actual spraying starts. It prevents sedimentation and permits flushing the boom lines without spraying onto the ground.
The conventional control unit is not utilised. Electric stepper motors replace the spring-loaded non-drip valves at each nozzle and become the nozzle control unit. A junction node controls up to three nozzle bodies.