CFS I ROTARY HOE I Cross Farm Solution I Rollhacke I Fendt 718 Vario
Even when oilseeds (esterified, partially refined or crude) are used as diesel fuel extenders, the economic difficulty still persists and will continue until such time as diesel oil supplies begin to dwindle or until a more appropriate substitute fuel (renewable or nonrenewable) should emerge. Should diesel fuel supplies run out and an appropriate substitute fuel fail to emerge, tractors and other engine-driven equipment could convert to spark-ignition engines. These are more versatile in terms of fuel use (e.g. renewable alcohol, as well as nonrenewable hydrocarbons) even if less suited to the heavy workloads in agriculture.
However, although the renewable alcohols can be produced from agricultural byproducts (cereal straw, sugarcane bagasse) the economics are even more unfavorable given the complex manufacturing process that includes fermentation and distillation.
In diesem Video geht es um die Rollhacke von CFS.
Bei einer Geschwindigkeit von 17km/h und 6,6m Arbeitsbreite wird ein optimales Ergebnis erzeugt.
Zusehen: Fendt 718 Vario S4, CFS ROTARY HOE
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Human and animal powered mechanization systems (Figures 2 and 3) are described in detail in Human and Animal Powered Machinery, EOLSS on-line, 2002. The drudgery, long hours and low pay typically associated with these systems make rural life in the developing countries an unattractive career for young men and women.