McIntosh Farm Machinery build a line of high capacity chaser wagons with the same rugged and durable design and with features forage contractors are looking for. The McIntosh Chaser Wagon is used to carry cut silage and Maize to the silage pits. Our chaser wagons can drive over the stack when unloading and are more stable on hills than tip trailers.
Along with our other agricultural machinery products, our chaser wagons are manufactured using quality steel and parts sourced from NZ, Germany, and Italy. These machines are designed and manufactured in our large engineering workshop and are sandblasted and painted in our purpose built booths. Through farmer and dealer input from NZ and Australia the machinery is designed and developed with our R&D team using the latest 3D drawing program.
The tailgate is designed with the tapered back to give maximum clearance for entering and exiting off stacks. The high lift ensures plenty of clearance for quick efficient unloading.
Heavy Duty Drive
High speed hydraulic floor drive system with a top quality, German made reduction gearbox. 4x10mm high-tensile floor chains, bolt on floor slats, and a large 55mm drive shaft all ensure reliability and long lasting durability.
Walking Beams and Axles
Includes: heavy duty 8 stud axle assemblies, 9mm heavy wall walking beam, large floatation tyres and a 63mm pivot pin with 50mm offset.
Tailgate Locks and Safety Valve
This ensures a rigid closure at all times to prevent spillage. The safety valve prevents accidental floor movement whilst the tailgate is closed.
- Four Wheel Braking
- Weighing Scales Fitted
- Additional Work Lights
McIntosh Chaser Wagons can be custom built to suit your individual needs. Sizes of units and specifications can be altered to suit your requirements.
|Bin Capacity (m³)||31|
|Bin Length (mm)||6800|
|Bin Width (mm)||2350|
|Bin Height (mm)||2050|
|Total Length (mm)||8400|
|Total Width (mm)||2970|
|Total height (mm)||3300|
|Tare Weight (kg)||5100|
|Brakes||Two front axles, hydrolic applied|
All equipment is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from date of entering service, provided that such equipment has not been subject to improper usage and / or overloading or any other conditions contrary to the manufacturers specifications or recommendations. Specifications subject to change without notice