Pre-owned Haygain HG-600 Hay Steamer

£1,095.00

Pre-owned Haygain HG-600 hay steamer. Good condition, came to us from a private home. Full working order, just been serviced and boiler descaled.

Free delivery within 100 miles of IP21, charge for fuel only thereafter.

(Excluded from any offers or discount codes)

 

From the Haygain website 

The Haygain HG 600 has been designed to feed 1-3 horses*.

It can hold up to 15kgs of forage either in a haynet or loose, the equivalent of half a small strung bale of hay. The HG 600 is ideal
for use on the stable yard but is also light and compact enough to be used when travelling. The robust and thermally insulated hay chest allows temperatures to reach over 100°C – vital for killing mold spores and bacteria in the hay.

Its cycle time from cold in the summer is approximately 60 minutes, making the process quick and easy.

The 2.75kW steam generator (with a water capacity of 8 litres) features a stainless steel boiler shell with a domed lid for optimum
steam flow and consistent delivery, a robust heating element and offers safety thermal protection with a “run dry” alarm and warning light. The balanced integrated handle allows for easy rinsing of the unit while the location of the filler spout, with its brass safety release filler cap, prevents overfilling.

Details:

  • Weight: 41kg (combined weight of hay container and steam generator)
  • Dimensions: L x 720mm D x 690mm H x 700mm
  • Feeds 1-3 horses*
  • Holds up to 15kg of forage either in a haynet or loose wedges (the equivalent of half a bale of hay or up to 15kg of loose hay* or haynets)
  • Includes wheels and a robust extending handle – Ideal for those suffering from back problems
  • Steaming cycle from cold in the summer is approximately 60 minutes, 2.75kW steam generator
  • 8 litre boiler water capacity with safety features
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Pre-owned Haygain HG-600 hay steamer.

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