JF Maxxium Stationary Forage Harvester

Models JF 40, JF 50 and JF 60 are available, with several versions for tractors and stationary chopping

JF Precision Forage Choppers chop grass, sunflower, sugar cane, maize and sorghum with excellent uniformity of particles, besides being machines with simple operation and maintenance

Cut size change by lever : The only model in the market that changes the cut size with the machine running. Easy and quick handling.

Efficient transmission system by gearbox and cardan shaft : Transmission system directly to the rotor for models JF 60 Maxxium and JF 50 Maxxium for tractor.

High resistance : Special steel rotor with 4 blades (Maxxium line only). Sealed speed gearbox./p>

High cut size uniformity with sizes: 5 and 13 mm or 8 and 13 mm** Better quality of fodder for the animal.

*The motors are optional and sold separately

JF 40 Maxxium Stationary Forage Harvester

Downloads

JF Maxxium (Download brochure .pdf format, 1,24 Mb)

Videos

JF 50 Maxxium Stationary Forage Harvester demo video - see the video

JF 60 Maxxium Stationary Forage Harvester demo video - see the video

JF 50 Maxxium Stationary Forage Harvester

Benefits

High output with low power consumption
Simple operation and maintenance
Outstanding performance
Excellent cost benefit relationship
Longer durability
Better fodder quality, with lower loss

Specifications :

  JF 40 Maxxium JF 50 Maxxium JF 60 Maxxium
Capacity 2000 to 7000 kg/h* 2000 to 8000 kg/h* 5000 to 16500 kg/h*
Cut sizes 5 and 13 or 8 and 13 cm** 5 and 13 or 8 and 13 cm** 5 and 13 or 8 and 13 cm**
Number of blades 4 4 4
Required electric motor power 7,5 to 10 hp 10 to 15 hp 20 to 35 hp
Versions electric
diesel
electric
diesel
3 point
pull type with wheels
base for wagon
electric
diesel
3 point
pull type with wheels
base for wagon
* Productivity might vary and depend on factors like: cut size, productivity of forage per hectare, tractor power, logistic capacity (wagons) for forage transportation. For stationary machines, the productivity might vary and depend on factors like: labor availability, motor/engine power, type and quality of forage. ** Cut sizes 8 and 13 mm are optional (Maxxium).