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Combi Tankers

What is impor­tant to the farmer is a man­age­able tech­nol­o­gy, robust over many years and which meets the require­ments of the live­stock regard­ing cost-benefit ratio and the correct and proper dis­tri­b­u­tion of liquid manure.

BAUER slurry tankers have been a guar­an­tee of dura­bil­i­ty and lasting value for decades. Their reli­a­bil­i­ty and models adapted to the geo­graph­i­cal con­di­tions of use, give the Bauer slurry tankers their well-known image. A low centre of gravity in par­tic­u­lar qual­i­fies these tanker types for moun­tain­ous regions and also results in an incom­pa­ra­ble trail­ing behaviour.

Orig­i­nal BAUER Combi-Unit

gal­va­nized

many exten­sions available

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Made in AUSTRIA

Orig­i­nal BAUER Combi Unit

  • The MAGNUM cen­trifu­gal pump pro­vides the optimal solu­tion for high spread­ing pres­sures. In com­bi­na­tion with the BAUER com­pres­sor, it forms the well-known combi unit. The combi unit, devel­oped by BAUER and pro­duced in its own factory for decades, is avail­able in two versions.
  • A special feature is the flex­i­bil­i­ty of the 3 switch­ing posi­tions. The pumps can be switched sep­a­rate­ly or togeth­er. Com­pres­sor or com­pres­sor and cen­trifu­gal pump or cen­trifu­gal pump
Famos
Magnum
Famos
Famos

F3RDK/B33K

  • Bauer com­pres­sor B33 or B63
  • Bauer high-pres­sure cen­trifu­gal pump F3RDK
  • Bauer gear, oil bath lubricated
  • Mechan­i­cal seal silicon carbide
  • Oil reser­voir for optimum pro­tec­tion of the mechan­i­cal seal
  • PTO shaft drive with a drive speed of 540 min‑1, 1 3/8″ — 6 nut
Magnum
Magnum

M540K/B63K

  • Bauer com­pres­sor B63 (option B33)
  • Bauer high-pres­sure cen­trifu­gal pump M540K, perfect for viscous liquid
  • Inte­grat­ed HP chopper for slurry with high content of solid matter
  • HP impeller made of special cast iron with hard­ened cutting blades and opti­mised helical impeller centre
  • Bauer gear, oil bath lubricated
  • Mechan­i­cal seal silicon carbide
  • Oil reser­voir for optimum pro­tec­tion of the mechan­i­cal seal
  • PTO shaft drive with a drive speed of 540 min‑1, 1 3/8″ — 6 nut
Devel­op­ment
Slurry Guns
BAUER Combi Tanker
Wheels
Drawbar
Anti-surge Baffles
Clean­ing
Safety
Devel­op­ment
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Devel­op­ment

Devel­op­ment and Design

Our expe­ri­enced con­struc­tion engi­neers develop new com­po­nents and equip­ment focus­ing on well proven tech­nol­o­gy. BAUER slurry tankers are drawn in full 3D on CAD design work­sta­tions, ensur­ing that spare parts are avail­able even after many years. Test runs and load tests make sure that every pro­to­type is ready for series production.

Your con­fi­dence is based on our experience.

Slurry Guns
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Slurry Guns

The Orig­i­nal by BAUER

The serial-hydrauli­cal­ly oper­at­ed slurry gun pro­vides an optimal swiv­el­ling range in hor­i­zon­tal and ver­ti­cal direc­tion. Hor­i­zon­tal swiv­el­ling is carried out through a sturdy rack-and-pinion tech­nique. The nozzle can be cleaned easily via an HK cou­pling. The central arrange­ment allows a dis­tri­b­u­tion angle close to the tanker on both sides.

BAUER Combi Tanker
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Steel Tankers

BAUER Combi Tanker

In a special process, the single parts of the tanker (rings of steel) are beaded and later put togeth­er with hydraulic presses to obtain a per­fect­ly round shape. Later on, the joints are auto­mat­i­cal­ly welded which ensures an opti­cal­ly perfect weld seam of high quality. The stan­dard hot-dip gal­va­niza­tion accord­ing to DIN EN ISO 1461 ensures long-term cor­ro­sion pro­tec­tion. The high-gloss gal­va­niza­tion with the typical “zinc flower” gives our tankers an amazing appear­ance. In order to pre­serve the appear­ance over many years, all gal­va­nized tankers are fin­ished with a special passivation.

Wheels
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Big wheels

No loss of volume

Wheel recess­es or wheel boxes reduce the volume. Not at BAUER! Due to the in-house pro­duc­tion of our tankers, the length of tanker is again enlarged approx­i­mate­ly to the nominal volume. The advan­tages of a recess in the tanker are:

  • the outer track can be reduced
  • the steer­ing angle can be increased for tandem tankers
  • the tanker volume can be iden­ti­fied simply from the BAUER type designation
Drawbar
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For each appli­ca­tion, the correct

Drawbar

Depend­ing on the tanker type, the tractor and appli­ca­tion, the types of draw­bars offer dif­fer­ent advan­tages; there­fore, we are offer­ing the com­plete pallet:

  • Linkage above PTO
  • Linkage below PTO
  • Central drawbar

An option­al drawbar adjust­ment is avail­able for all draw­bars to adjust the tanker incli­na­tion or hitch height of dif­fer­ent trac­tors. An addi­tion­al exten­sion as a drawbar sus­pen­sion via nitro­gen accu­mu­la­tors is available.

Anti-surge Baffles
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For your safety

Anti-surge Baffles

Big volume tankers require more road safety which is ensured by one or more anti-surge baffles, depend­ing on the tanker size. Anti-surge baffles are a stan­dard in all models from size 55 up.

Clean­ing
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Easy

Clean­ing

The strength of the vacuum tanker is its insen­si­tiv­i­ty to foreign matters in the slurry. However, this requires easy access to the tank. For this reason, we man­u­fac­ture a tanker lid which can be opened com­plete­ly up to a tanker diam­e­ter of Ø1250mm and a recessed manhole from a tanker diam­e­ter of Ø1400mm. The manhole with Ø750mm com­bines the advan­tages of good acces­si­bil­i­ty and low effort with only a few screws to open. Easy maintenance.

  • From model 55 manhole cover Ø 750mm
Safety
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Safety

for com­pres­sor and tanker

Bauer vacuum tankers are pro­vid­ed with a double over­pres­sure pro­tec­tion in stan­dard exe­cu­tion. A sealed pres­sure relief valve with blow-off hose reg­u­lates the pres­sure and the spring-loaded dome lid pro­vides double pres­sure pro­tec­tion in the tank.

Ball valves in the dome and in the siphon provide double safety against slurry enter­ing the com­pres­sor. The under- and over­pres­sure can be read from the glyc­er­ine manovacuumeter.

  • Double pres­sure pro­tec­tion as standard
  • Double ball valves as standard
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3 Switch­ing Positions

Combi Tanker as Pumping Station

Thanks to the three switch­ing posi­tions of the BAUER combi unit (com­pres­sor — com­pres­sor and cen­trifu­gal pump — cen­trifu­gal pump), the combi tanker can also be used as a pumping station. The suction opening can be used as an addi­tion­al clean­ing opening.

Espe­cial­ly for your requirements

Options for Combi Tankers

Pres­sure Outlet
Addi­tion­al Dome
Turbo-filler
Air power
Uphill Spread­er
Auto­mat­ic Suction
Hose Appli­ca­tor / Trail­ing Shoe Applicator
Pres­sure Outlet
Down­stream of the high-pres­sure pump

Pres­sure Outlet

A pres­sure outlet after the high-pres­sure pump is used as a con­nec­tion for the hoses or for pumping off.

Addi­tion­al Dome
Top of the tanker

Addi­tion­al Dome

An addi­tion­al dome on top of the tanker is avail­able in 2 exe­cu­tions. As a man­u­al­ly opened lid with a diam­e­ter of 320mm or as a hydraulic version with a diam­e­ter of 450mm.

Turbo-filler
The effec­tive filling aid

Turbo-filler

Turbo-filler, the effec­tive filling aid: The flow-opti­mised cast pump housing, adopted from BAUER pumping tech­nol­o­gy in which an impeller insen­si­tive to foreign bodies runs at high speed, con­sid­er­ably sup­ports the normal suction process. The com­pres­sor can be run at low speed. This makes the vacuum tanker almost com­plete­ly full again and reduces the filling time.

Air power
Air power

Air Mixing Device

The slurry is agi­tat­ed in this area by air flowing in via sleeves. Check valves protect the com­pres­sor. Tankers with a com­pres­sor size of B33 to B83 are equipped with one mixing tube. As from com­pres­sor type Star, two mixing tubes are installed.

Uphill Spread­er
Uphill Spread­er

Uphill Spread­er

Uphill spread­er: When driving uphill, a combi tanker cannot be emptied com­plete­ly due to the system. The uphill spread­er allows to select the spread­ing sit­u­a­tion and to empty the tanker completely.

Auto­mat­ic Suction
Auto­mat­ic Suction

Auto­mat­ic Suction

And without getting off the tractor.  With a suction arm (auto­mat­ic suction), you hydrauli­cal­ly dock the suction line into a suction funnel placed on the slurry pit/lagoon. You start/stop the filling process direct­ly from the tractor via hydrauli­cal­ly con­trolled suction slides. Dif­fer­ent types of suction arms are available.

Hose Appli­ca­tor / Trail­ing Shoe Applicator
Pre­pared for

Hose Appli­ca­tor / Trail­ing Shoe Applicator

This allows sub­se­quent attach­ment of a spread­ing boom. A flat manhole is then includ­ed so that the spread­ing device can be attached as closely as pos­si­ble to the tanker body. Fur­ther­more, an addi­tion­al outlet flange for the feed line of the spread­ing boom is placed at the top rear of the tanker.

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    thomas perlik

    Thomas Perlik

    Product Manager — Slurry Tanker