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Chassis | Drawbar | Steering

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Chassis design at its finest – High performance in the field and on the road

In conjunction with the sprung suspended hitch drawbar, the hydro-pneumatic chassis provides perfect driving comfort. The BPW axles with level regulation as standard permanently adapt to the load status. Possible track widths of between 2.00 to 2.25 m, wheel diameter up to 1.95 m. Thanks to its high support load of 3 tons, the hitch drawbar in conjunction with the K80 ball hitch makes sure there is good traction for the tractor and a smooth running of the machine. The crossover linkage of the suspension cylinders provides a high roll stabilisation for the machine. The enclosed hydraulic system ensures always an equal load distribution to all 4 wheels.

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SingleTrail self-steering

As standard, the chassis of the UX 11200 features a trailing steered rear axle for a good driving behaviour and minimal crop damage. For the SingleTrail self-steering system, the front axle is rigid and the second one steered and follows passively, resulting in a very good driving behaviour without “scrubbing“the tyres. When reversing, the second axle has to be locked. In road transport it should also be locked as well. In tight turns and slow travel, the axle can be unlocked.

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DoubleTrail – fully automatic axle steering

Optionally, the UX 11200 can also be equipped with the electronically-controlled DoubleTrail axle steering. This positive, electronic steering of both axles is of special importance for row crops, such as potatoes, sugar beet or in small fields to prevent track damage. The first axle now truly follows the tracks of the tractor’s rear wheels; the second axle follows the track of the tractor’s front wheels. In this way the tracking performance perfectly matches the tractor and, above all, the sprayer boom ride is unaffected by any steering movements. In road transport, the first axle is locked and the second one is actively steered by the system.

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Linking to the tractor – Just as you like it!

No matter whether using a rigid hitch drawbar with ball coupling or the classic towing eye, AMAZONE always offers the right solution for your tractor. Make a choice between top or lower mounting, between 40 mm or 50 mm diameter towing eyes, or the K 80 ball coupling. 1) Top mounted drawbar with towing eye and hydraulic parking jack 2) Lower mounted drawbar with towing eye and mechanical parking jack

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Traction compensator

The UX 11200 also excels on heavily sloping ground: the traction compensator in the hydro-pneumatic axle suspension enables a temporary increase of the drawbar support load from 3 to 4 t with a filled machine. When the machine is partly filled, the support load increases by up to 30 %. This is possible due to a setting valve in the hydraulic system which controls the level of pressure in the suspension of both axles.

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Drawbar damping – For protection of the booms

All drawbars are provided with the drawbar shock absorbance system, an important design element in the UX. Minimising the to and fro movements between frame and drawbar it also protects the booms and prevents any rocking movement of the tractor keeping the operator comfortable.

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Hydraulic parking jack

A height adjustable jack Is integrated in the frame and with its convenient optional hydraulic height adjustment makes coupling to the tractor quick and easy.

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WindControl - Calm conditions at the touch of a button

The effect of the wind on the spread pattern can be permanently monitored and automatically compensated for by WindControl. A high-frequency wind sensor mounted on the machine records both the wind speed and the wind direction and transmits this information to the job computer.

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