DewPoint 6210 Features
A custom boiler design allows for maximum efficiency at a low pressure. As exhaust gases from the burner pass through tubes, water surrounding the tubes is heated and turned to steam.
A diesel driven generator powers the lights, and all electrical components on the DewPoint 6210.
A diesel-fired burner is the heat source for generating the steam necessary for today's high-capacity balers.
3a. Burner Fan
The DewPoint 6210 comes equipped with a self-cleaning burner fan. This design eliminates debris build-up on the fan blades resulting in more efficient burning with less maintenance.
3b. Burner Nozzles
Another improvement on the DewPoint 6210 is the Simplex Nozzle system which simplifies the fuel delivery system, and makes on-the-fly fuel to air ratio adjustment possible.
4. Fuel Tanks
The DewPoint 6210 runs on #2 diesel fuel. The two tanks hold a total of 300 gallons. The DewPoint uses an avereage of 1/2 gallon of diesel fuel per ton of hay baled.
5. Water Tanks
The DewPoint 6210 can hold 1,000 gallons of water. Depending on crop yield and the amount of steam being produced, an operator can bale 80-120 acres of hay with one lad of water.
In order to keep the boiler and boiler tubes clean and running efficiently, supply water should be treated (usually with a water softener) before being used in the DewPoint.
The DewPoint 6210 comes standard with bias ply flotation tires (550/45-R22.5, 20-ply) but can be equipped with the optional radial flotation tires (620/40-R22.5).
The radial tires reduce compaction on the field by 38%.
7. Feed Water System
A unique boiler feed water system keeps steam pressure consistant through a wide range of operating parameters.
8. Propane Ignition
Propane is used to ignite the diesel-fired burner. Propane facilitates consistent ignition pilot lights.