LINER 4000 / 3600

Four-rotor swathers.

With the four-rotor swathers, swathing bottlenecks become a thing of the past. The LINER four-rotor swathers stand out from the rest, thanks to their power, intelligence and reliability.

LINER swathers

LINER 4000 / 3600

Four-rotor swathers.

With the four-rotor swathers, swathing bottlenecks become a thing of the past. The LINER four-rotor swathers stand out from the rest, thanks to their power, intelligence and reliability.

Four-rotor swathers.

LINER swathers

LINER 4000 / 3600.

18 metres in a single pass.

The recipe for a faster return on higher upfront investment costs is to have the right combination of machines working for you. Bigger working widths significantly reduce overlap between passes – which automatically boosts the productivity of your forage harvester or loading wagon.

18-to-12 mowing strategy with the DISCO 9200 C.

With the DISCO 9200 C AUTOSWATHER, you can lay a working width of 18.00 m on 12.00 m, using the machine's belt units. The crop is then formed into a single swath with the LINER 3600. The result is 50% more grass in the swath for the JAGUAR harvester following along behind.

LINER swathers

Flexibility in the headland.

The benefits are self-evident:

  • Adjustable time sequence for lifting and lowering of the front and rear rotor pairs
  • Hydraulically adjustable, infinitely variable lift height at headlands to suit every type of forage crop
  • Automatically folding swath guard for maximum ground clearance
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It couldn't be gentler.

Outstanding soil protection can be achieved with the four-wheel rotor chassis with steered front wheels and a laterally oscillating front axle, or the six-wheel rotor chassis for the rear pair of rotors with additional tandem axles and trailing-steered wheels, available as an option with the LINER 4000.

  • Optimal ground-contour following for a clean crop harvest, even at high working speeds
  • Powerful spring packs cushion the rotors
  • Suspended mounting of the rotor chassis front axle for precise rotor guidance
  • Large 380/55-17, 500/50-20 or 620/40 R 22.5 road tyres for optimum ground protection and maximum stability during transportation

Available with different braking systems according to local regulations – hydraulic, air or without brakes.

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Comfortable to operate.

The LINER 4000 and 3600 feature comfort hydraulics as standard. Both models are operated via the OPERATOR, the COMMUNICATOR II, EASY on board, the S10 terminal or any other ISOBUS-capable terminal. Manual and electrohydraulic raking height adjustment are available. ISOBUS operation allows various functions to be assigned to the tractor's spool valves, providing additional support for the driver in the form of numerous automated processes.

  • Convenient folding in and out from the comfort of the cab
  • Hydraulic system for infinitely adjustable swath width
  • A range of parameters can be set and stored to match a particular set of operating conditions (such as different swath widths and rake heights)
  • Performance optimisation with steering systems
  • Lower fuel consumption
  • More hectares per hour, from full use of working width capacity
LINER swathers

LEDs – so you're never left in the dark.

Even when you need to work well into the night, you can still keep your eye on the job, with five optional LED work lights (one for each rotor and one for the swath). The special light provides maximum contrast, yet without dazzle, ensuring optimal illumination around the swather. The work lights are activated automatically along with the tractor lights when darkness falls.

Swath width adjustable according to the conditions.

In the LINER 3600, the swath width is adjusted mechanically with a grip, while the LINER 4000 has user-friendly hydraulic adjustment from the terminal, accommodating the crop mass characteristics and all widely used pick-ups, from 1.20 to 2.60 m.

Less than 4.00 m without removing tine arms.

The hydraulically lowered transport chassis reduces the transport height of both models to less than 4.00 m, without removing the tine arms (with 22.5˝ tyres for the LINER 3600).