Massey Ferguson has decades of experience in the agricultural sector, which has allowed them to engineer their MF RK Series of Rotary Rakes to be high performing, reliable, and durable. MF Rotary Rakes provide the highest quality materials with expert design to create the most desirable product for your raking needs. Packed with benefits, the MF RK Series is the premium raking option.
With a wide variety of models available within the range, from single rotor rakes with working widths of 3.6m to large multi-rotor rakes with working widths of up to 14m, there is a product to suit every need. Rotors are also available for side or central delivery when selecting multi-rotor options.
Massey Ferguson has designed the rake head to be enclosed to protect key components against dust and dirt. This helps to improve the longevity of the machine. The Rake Head has been engineered with robust composite materials to provide seamless and strong capabilities. The drive unit and housing for the tine arm are made from proven modern aluminium alloys, for a strong yet lightweight machine
The arms are tangentially arranged for an ideal swath creating the ability for higher working speeds, especially if the weather is not on your side.
Massey Ferguson has designed the connection for the rake head with a conical bolted ring to create an excellent joint. The tine arms can be replaced individually without the need to dismantle the whole unit. This saves valuable maintenance time and allows more productivity over the lifetime of the machine.
Steerguard is the Massey Ferguson-designed steering system for the rake implement, which provides precise steering in all weather and ground conditions. This aids in protecting the machine against any damages. The design has been created with only two pivot points, which ensures safety and maintenance are consistent throughout the machine’s lifetime.
The suspension system used in Massey Ferguson RK Series rakes allows the unit to be adaptable with changes in ground incline, both longitudinally and transversely. This means that divots can still be recovered without any potential damages or the need for excessive alterations to the unit angle.