T659 BEL-MIX Single-auger Feeder Wagon

The T659 BEL-MIX is a mixer feeder with one vertical mixing auger and two discharge chutes. It is available in capacities from 5 to 13 m3.
It is a machine characterized by a strong compact construction while maintaining a good strength-to-weight ratio. Every T659 BEL-MIX Feeder Wagon in the standard version is fitted with a discharge window with discharge chutes on both sides. The container floor is made of 20 mm thick S355 grade steel.

Inspection platform

It allows you to control the mixing of feed in a simple, easy and safe way.

Robust walls

The robust walls of the container are made of S355 grade steel with increased abrasion resistance. This guarantees the highest quality and many years of machine operation.

Mixer floor

The mixer floor is made of 20 mm thick S355 grade steel. The shape of the container and the matching mixing auger ensure that the ideal TMR is prepared with minimum power requirements.

Innovation in vertical mixing

The mixing and cutting auger made of S355 steel is mounted to the container floor. It is equipped with 10 PREMIUM carbide-faced blades as standard. It is possible to retrofit the auger with an additional 2 or 3 blades. The auger is finished with a 10 mm thick scraper. A magnet is fitted as an option to the scraper to catch metal impurities in the TMR portion being mixed. This system significantly reduces pre-stomach injuries and disorders.

Counterblade

The machine is fitted with hydraulically controlled counterblades. The ideal arrangement of the adjustable counterblades supports the cutting and mixing process. The counterblades can be slid in or out as required.

Anti-overflow ring

The Mixer Feeder is fitted with a welded anti-overflow ring as standard. You can replace it with a screw-on ring. It is an element of the container that prevents feed from escaping during mixing and reinforces the container structure.

Weighing system

A versatile, programmable weighing system allows you to create feeding strategies, distribute feed according to a specific strategy and collect feeding data necessary to weigh separate feed components correctly.