In 2017, Lely launched the Discovery 120 Collector, a revolutionary manure robot for dense barn floors. The new Discovery Collector C2 retains all the advantages of the Discovery 120 Collector but with more driving autonomy and new wireless charging.
Some of the key features:
- Collect more manure with more driving capacity – The new Discovery Collector C2 has more driving capacity and it charges wireless.
- Water for a cleaner result and additional grip – The Discovery Collector C2 can spray water from both the front and the back of the machine. Spraying from the front results in better manure intake, and spraying from the back leaves behind a wet floor for additional grip.
- No obstacles and maximum flexibility – The Discovery Collector C2 navigates independently using built-in sensors. Additionally, no cables, corner pulleys or raised passages are required, which is the case when using a manure scraper.
Are you interested and want more information about the new Discovery Collector C2? Make sure to contact our dedicated sales team:
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