At Maclouis we have developed depth controls in various designs that can be used on both the harvesters and the haulm toppers. This makes it possible to adapt the machines as much as possible to the harvesting conditions. All depth controls require between 8-10 liters of oil per minute.
This depth control is easy to adjust by turning a spindle. Probes with a large trailing foot control the cylinders via a valve. The robust trailing foot is equipped with a hardox wear strip. This wear-resistant type of metal extends the life of the probes. It is possible to mount plastic plates under the probes, so that the probes do not sink into the ground at least from different row distances or in wet conditions.
The depth control is controlled by sensors. The probe is thinner and fitted with a hardox wear strip. The height of the wheels can be adjusted separately from the cabin on the left and right. The folding height is adjustable by turning buttons in or out. The control box in the cab is equipped with two joysticks, one for the left and one for the right. Control via Load-Sensing is possible
The probes are designed in the same way as with the depth control with the sensors. With this depth control, the height can be accurately adjusted left and right separately from the cabin by adjusting the angle sensors that are located on each probe. The control box in the cabin is equipped with two joysticks, with which the left and right depth control can be controlled separately. Control via load-sensing is possible.