Murska 2000 NF
The Murska 2000 NF model combines several new features with those of our familiar and proven models.
The upgrades include a freewheel clutch on adjustable rollers, which saves energy and enables the natural frictional flattening of grain. The friction between the rollers is 0–20 percent, depending on the friction of the grain. The upgraded roller adjustment enables 0–1 mm of fine adjustment while driving. The simple course adjustment makes it easy to adjust the roller clearance according to the crops being crimped, such as legumes.
With the 2000 NF, it is easy to adjust the crimping capacity thanks to the steplessly adjustable hydraulic grain feeding unit. The feeding unit provides good visibility to the flow of grain and is easy to clean at the end of the day. The design also enables faster and more ergonomic maintenance, as the roller units can be pulled out on both sides for cleaning. The shields and hatches are also easy to use.
LED light strips around the crimper provide sufficient lighting for working in the dark. The crimping capacity is up to 50 tonnes per hour. The Murska 2000 NF can also be equipped with the Murska Data control system.
|Technical specification||Murska 2000 NF|
|Capacity max||50 t/h*|
|Power requirement||Min 95 kW|
|Hopper volume / auxiliary tank||1700 / 3400 l|
|Elevator unloading height||4180 mm|
|Width||2573 / 2535 mm bogie|
|Loading height||2900/3180 bogie mm|
|Rollers||4 pcs 1000 mm|
|Protection against impurities||x|
|Elevator extension||1 m|
|Additive dispenser||Bogie model|
|Discharge conveyor options||B/E/BC/FA|
Bagger = B, Elevator = E, Belt conveyor = BC, Foldable auger = FA, Multipurpose chassis = M, Max bogie trailer = Max, Standard transport chassis = S, 3-point linkage = NK, Transport chassis = K
*Capacity can be lower when crimping horse bean / pea grain mixtures.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes.
Crimped feed for beef cattle
“We crimp about 2 million tons of grain annually for our 1400 beef cattle. We have used the Murska 2000 mill already for ten years. The main benefits compared to drying are energy savings and more effective feeding. Cattle likes crimped grain fodder and it is also nice for the farmer, as there is no grain dust. The mill has been very reliable and long-lasting.”
Juho Isopahkala, Finland
Crimping mill in a Danish pig farm
“We heard from some colleagues about their success with crimped maize in pig feeding. We started with a little part of the maize in the first year. Next year we bought a new Murska S 2000 with universal rollers. With that machine we were able to crimp maize, peas, lupin, beans and all kinds of grain. Now we have crimped with Murska for the past four seasons and we are getting more and more satisfied every year.”
Jesper ja Jorgen Nielsen, Danmark
Farm contractor using crimping mill
“Health and well-being of the animals is the reason why my customers choose me as their contractor. Crimped maize improves animal health and increases milk production. Farmers are happy with crimping as they can feed the animals with quality maize produced at their own farm. This saves money as there are no drying or transportation costs.”
Ramon Codony, Spain
Savings in drying costs
“I was aware of the high drying costs of grain as grain is not often harvested dry in this area. Reliance on off-farm storage and processing was also a minus. I purchased Murska 1400 in time for 2011 harvest and ensiled 2800 tons. The crimping process suited us and it increased the profitability and performance of the cattle. So the following year we built two more purpose built crimp clamps of 750 tons each.”
Fraser Scott, England
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