Verveat’s Beet Eater Upgraded to Achieve Higher Performance

Verveat Beat Eater

Verveat Beet Eater

The integral sugar beet harvester, the Beet Eater 626, designed by Dutch brand Vervaet, has been upgraded with the latest technical developments.

This six-row machine, with a hopper capacity of 40m3, now operates with a new Mercedes engine of 620 horsepower, in compliance with the latest anti-pollution standards. Its regulatory system automatically limits the engine’s speed between 1100 and 1400 revolutions per minute, depending on the load.

Important adjustments have also been made to the hydraulic system. The three hydrostatic propulsion pumps have been replaced with one larger pump. The oil distribution system has also been spread between the three axles for smoother functionality. This new conception allows, especially when uphill, for more torque at the rear axle. The equipment range of this integrated harvester has also been enhanced. For example, the position of the discharge elevator has been implemented with a memory system.

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