2 New perforated cascade pan As crop dynamics have changed, farmers are harvesting more acres of higher-moisture, higher-yielding corn and other high-density crops. Because of this, the 2015 Gleaner has increased shoe capacity by opening up the cascade pan area. The pan is slanted at a 6º angle and an additional 992 square inches have been converted to pneumatic cleaning area. This provides additional cleaning capacity and allows high-moisture corn and other high-moisture crops to fall through sooner and reach the sieve and clean grain cross auger faster. The cascade pan itself has ¾-inch ridges with holes running throughout. This design allows heavier-density seed to fall through as it comes down from our exclusive accelerator rolls. This process helps avoid potential buildup and substantially reduces shoe load to move this clean grain. This design change increases our capacity by approximately 10% in these conditions. In addition, the air duct has been moved forward 1½ inches to redirect the air to the crop that is falling through this perforated area to the front of the sieve or directly to the clean grain cross auger. This means the entire Gleaner cleaning shoe area is pneumatic and provides a 12.8% increase in measurable shoe area to 8,721 square inches over the 7,729 square inches on previous S7 Series machines. This modification also positively affects side hill operation and capacity with these crops.
3 Increased clean grain elevator speed A larger drive pulley has increased the speed on the clean grain elevator by 6% over the current rating of 5,000 bushels per hour. This speed increase moves the additional higher-moisture grain away from the shoe faster and is designed to complement the shoe capacity increase from the perforated cascade pan and increased pneumatic shoe area. New Ag Leader Ready Option Based on customer feedback, Gleaner is now offering an Ag Leader ready option that includes all wiring harnesses, Ag Leader yield sensor in the elevator head and the elevator mount kit, moisture sensor, speed module, terminal connection into the cab and everything needed to inc orporate either of the two Ag Leader displays (12.1 Integra or 8.5 Versa ) into your Gleaner S8 Series combine. With this option, all you have to purchase is either of the Ag Leader displays and mounting bracket from an authorized Ag Leader dealer and connect to your combine. The Gleaner C2100 terminal can remain in the cab and handle all other combine functionality except the yield sensor and yield-mapping functionality, which allows you view a live yield map and hybrid/variety yield mapping in real time for instant feedback on yield performance across the field on the Ag Leader display.
4 Gleaner vs. Case IH Make/Model GL S68 CIH 6130/40 GL S78 CIH 7230 GL S88 CIH 8230 Class Horsepower (hp) / Maximum boost horsepower (hp) / Cooling System Engine displacement (L) Rated speed (rpm) 2,100 2,100 2,100 2,100 2,100 2,100 Maintenance Reverse Cooling fan Not available Reverse cooling fan Not available Reverse cooling fan Cleaning required No Yes No Yes No Yes Variable fan pitch feature available Yes No Yes No Yes No Average power 80 F (hp) 36 None 36 None 36 None Processor Type Natural Flow Feeding Axial w/ flighting Natural Flow Feeding Axial w/ beater Natural Flow Feeding Rotor length (in) Degrees of threshing/separation Threshing and separation area (in²) 6,047 Not Published 6,047 Not published Not available Axial w/ beater 6,047 Not published Cleaning area (in²) 8,721 7,947 8,721 10,075 8,721 10,075 Cleaning method Two-stage Single-stage Two-stage Single-stage Two-stage Single-stage Accelerator roll technology Yes No Yes No Yes No rolls; % of cleaning performed on shoe shoe No, up to Slope sensitivity 23+% slopes Approx. power required for straw chopper (hp) shoe Yes rolls; shoe No, up to 23+% slopes shoe rolls; shoe 12% No, up to 23+% slopes shoe 12%
5 Advantages 1 The higher horsepower rating is lost with higher weight and parasitic loss of the machine. 2 Combine requires periodic cleaning of radiator vs. no cleaning on reverse cooling. 3 Gleaner is the only combine with a variable pitch fan that can save 66% of power at 80 F outside ambient temperature. This translates to a savings of 36 hp at this temperature. 4 Gleaner s flat, even crop mat means the crop doesn t have to change direction to accommodate the rotor. All axial designs have a high wear area as the crop changes direction into the rotor intake. The beater in the CIH 7230 and 8230 can break up cob and damage grain. 5 The Gleaner 360º threshing and separation is substantially greater than CIH s 156 or 180 threshing and separator grate wrap at the same 30 rotor diameter. 6 With Gleaner, 66% of the cleaning is done at the accelerator rolls of our exclusive two-stage cleaning system. Our shoe is a secondary means of cleaning, not a primary one, as in the CIH where the shoe cleans 100% of grain. Our accelerator rolls direct all of the crop through the high-air blast to the front of the cascade pan in the same location every time. Over 40+% of the 7230 and 8230 grain pan is solid at the front and is counted as sieve area, which never gets any air and so does no functional cleaning. With the Gleaner, 100% of the shoe receives air from the upper air blast off of the accelerator rolls and the pneumatic area of the shoe. 7 The CIH 7230 and 8230 have a self-leveling shoe that is mechanical, can wear out and only levels to 12% slopes. Gleaner accelerator rolls can reduce slope sensitivity up to 23+%.
6 Gleaner vs. Case IH Make/Model GL S68 CIH 6130/40 GL S78 CIH 7230 GL S88 CIH 8230 Grain Handling Grain bin capacity 390 bu. standard 300 bu., no option 390 bu. standard 315 bu., no option 390 bu. standard 350 bu., no option Power-fold bin extensions Standard Optional Standard Optional Standard Optional Average unloading rates 4.0 bu./sec. 3.0 bu./sec. 4.0 bu./sec. 3.6 bu./sec. 4.0 bu./sec. 3.6 bu./sec. Time to unload grain bin (sec) Construction & Weights Unloader design Mainframe construction Straight-through shafts 2-auger swivel 3-auger turret Unitized, Bolt-on welded Yes No, 90 gearboxes 2-auger swivel Unitized, welded Yes 3-auger turret Bolt-on CVT drive gearboxes 2-auger swivel Unitized, welded Yes 3-auger turret Bolt-on CVT drive gearboxes Operating weight 2WD 33,923 40,276 34,223 43,288 34,233 43,988 Power required to move operating N/A 12 N/A 17 N/A 19 weight difference (hp) Weight of machine w/header and full grain bin 63,093 64,924 64,233 69,249 64,973 72, Operating weight is weight of machine with tires; full tank of fuel. As equipped with 30 draper header (Class 6), 35 draper header (Class 7) and 40 draper header (Class 8).
7 Advantages 8 The S68 has a 30% larger grain tank than the CIH 6130/40; the S78 has one 23% larger than the CIH 7230; and the S88 has one 11% larger than the CIH Gleaner has the largest grain tank of any class 6/7 combine. 9 S68 unloads 33% faster than CIH 6130/40; S78/S88 unloads 11% faster than CIH7230/ CIH Gleaner can unload the largest grain bin in the world in just over a minute and a half. 11 Less wear, less horsepower required and less grain damage with Gleaner s shallow 29 angle from clean grain cross auger to unloading auger. 12 The Gleaner frame is stronger and lighter due to its exclusive welded unitized frame. 13 Gleaner is more efficient, and drives are easier to service. 14 Unlike Gleaner, CaseIH combines have a weight issue. The 8230 consumes 19 hp extra just moving its bare weight difference through a flat field. Wet ground and hills compound this issue. Though smaller, the CIH 7230 platform still consumes 17 horsepower more of its available horsepower versus the S78, and the 6130 consumes 12 more horsepower.
8 Gleaner vs. John Deere Make/Model GL S68 JD S660 GL S78 JD S670 GL S88 JD S680 Class Horsepower (hp) Maximum boost horsepower (hp) Cooling System Engine displacement (L) Rated speed (rpm) 2,100 2,200 2,100 2,200 2,100 2,100 Maintenance Reverse Cooling fan Air scoop Reverse cooling fan Air scoop Reverse cooling fan Air scoop Cleaning required No Yes No Yes No Yes Variable fan pitch feature available Yes No Yes No Yes No Average power 80 F (hp) 36 None 36 None 36 None Processor Type Natural Flow Feeding Axial w/ beater Natural Flow Feeding Axial w/ beater Natural Flow Feeding Axial w/ beater Rotor length (in) Degrees of threshing/separation Threshing and separation area (in²) 6,047 4,095 6,047 4,095 6,047 4,095 Cleaning area (in²) 8,721 7,589 8,721 7,589 8,721 8,711 Cleaning method Two-stage Singlestagstagstage Two-stage Single- Two-stage Single- Accelerator roll technology Yes No Yes No Yes No % of cleaning on performed on shoe rolls; shoe No, up to Slope sensitivity 23+% slopes Approx. power required for straw chopper (hp) shoe Yes rolls; shoe No, up to 23+% slopes shoe Yes rolls; shoe No, up to 23+% slopes shoe Yes
9 Advantages 1 Gleaner provides a higher percentage of horsepower to the separator than the Class 6 and Class 7 John Deere combines relative to weight and less efficient drives. The higher horsepower rating with the John Deere S680 is lost with higher weight and parasitic loss of the machine. 2 John Deere s air scoop requires periodic cleaning of radiator vs. no cleaning with Gleaner s reverse cooling. 3 Gleaner is the only combine with a variable pitch fan that can save 66% of power at 80 F outside ambient temperature. This translates to a savings of 36 hp at this temperature. 4 Gleaner s flat, even crop mat means the crop doesn t have to change direction. All axial designs have a high wear area as the crop changes direction into the rotor intake. The beater in the John Deere can break up cob and damage grain. 5 Gleaner s 360 threshing and separation provides almost 48% more area than John Deere. 6 John Deere had to lengthen its shoe to compensate for the lack of a self-leveling device. 7 Gleaner s cleaning area is not only slightly larger on the S68 and S78, but we don t rely on our shoe to do all the cleaning. In fact, we do 66% of our cleaning at the accelerator rolls.
10 Gleaner vs. John Deere Make/Model GL S68 JD S660 GL S78 JD S670 GL S88 JD S680 Grain Handling Grain bin capacity 390 bu. standard 300 bu. 390 bu. standard 300 bu. 390 bu. standard 400 bu. Power-fold bin extensions Standard Optional Standard Optional Standard Standard Average unloading rates 4.0 bu./sec. 3.3 bu./sec. 4.0 bu./sec. 3.3 bu./sec. 4.0 bu./sec. 3.3 bu./sec. Time to unload grain bin (sec) Construction & Weights Unloader design Mainframe construction Straight-through shafts 2-auger swivel 3-auger turret Unitized, Bolt-on welded Yes No, 90 gear boxes 2-auger swivel 3-auger turret Unitized, Bolt-on welded Yes No, 90 gear boxes 2-auger swivel 3-auger turret Unitized, Bolt-on welded Yes No, 90 gear boxes Operating weight 2WD 33,923 44,077 34,223 45,930 34,223 50,649 Power required to move operating N/A 20 N/A 23 N/A 32 weight difference (hp) Weight of machine w/header and full grain bin 63,093 67,384 64,233 71,613 64,973 83, Operating weight is weight of machine with tires; full tank of fuel. As equipped with 30 draper header (Class 6), 35 draper header (Class 7) and 40 draper header (Class 8).
11 Advantages 8 The grain bin on Gleaner S68/S78 is 30% larger than the one on the John Deere S660/ S670. Gleaner has the largest grain bin on any Class 6/7 combine. 9 Gleaner has a 21% faster unloading rate than John Deere. 10 Gleaner can unload the largest grain bin in the world in just over a minute and a half. 11 Less wear, less horsepower required and less grain damage with Gleaner s shallow 29 angle from clean grain cross auger to unloader auger. 12 The Gleaner frame is stronger and lighter due to its exclusive welded unitized frame. 13 Gleaner is more efficient, and drives are easier to service. 14 Unlike Gleaner, John Deere has a huge compaction issue and consumes a large amount of horsepower just moving through a flat field. Wet ground and hills compound this issue.
12 Efficiency Extra weight requires more horsepower to achieve the same result as a lighter machine. The John Deere S680¹ weighs almost 17,500 lbs. more than a Gleaner S88. This extra weight requires 34 hp extra just to move the laden weight difference of the two machines through the field. That s the equivalent of pulling a John Deere 6210R, MFWD tractor behind your Gleaner. For the CaseIH 8230 you ll have to hook up a CaseIH Farmall 140A, two-wheel-drive tractor with cab behind your Gleaner to travel up every hill, through every mud puddle and down every road. JD S ,443 lbs. CIH ,890 lbs.
13 Efficiency comparison Class 6 Combines Header Weight (30 draper) Weight w/ Header Difference vs. Gleaner Power Required (hp) Grain Tank Capacity (bu.) Grain Weight Operating Brand/Models Weight Gleaner S68 33,923 5,770 39,693 NA NA ,400 63,093 JD S660 44,077 5,307 49,384 +9, ,000 67,384 CIH ,276 6,648 46,924 +9, ,000 64,924 Class 7 Combines Header Weight (35 draper) Weight w/ Header Difference vs. Gleaner Power Required (hp) Grain Tank Capacity (bu.) Grain Weight Total Weight Total Weight Operating Brand/Models Weight Gleaner S78 34,223 6,610 40,833 NA NA ,400 64,233 JD S670 45,930 7,683 53, , ,000 71,613 CIH ,288 7,061 50,349 +9, ,900 69,249 Class 8 Combines Header Weight (40 draper) Weight w/ Header Difference vs. Gleaner Power Required (hp) Grain Tank Capacity (bu.) Grain Weight Total Weight Operating Brand/Models Weight Gleaner S88 34,223 7,350 41,573 NA NA ,400 64,973 JD S680 50,649 8,367 59, , ,000 83,016 CIH ,988 7,475 51,463 +9, ,000 72,463 NOTE: Dimensions taken from actual machines on Holtgreven digital scales within 1% accuracy, similar equipped tires and full tank of fuel. Models compared are equipped with 2-wheel-drive. 60 lbs. per 17% moisture (soybeans). Horsepower requirement achieved by multiplying an engineering calculation of rolling resistance (CRR) (an estimated ) by the weight difference in the Difference vs. Gleaner column.
14 Transport height Even with one of the largest grain bin capacities on any combine in the industry, the Gleaner S68, S78 and S88 unique standard power foldable 390-bushel bin extensions fold down in under 20 seconds with the flip of a switch to an overall height of feet. This compactness can make a big difference when transporting or storing the combine. Bin extensions in transport position Bin extensions in operating position Gleaner S bu ft ft. JD S bu ft ft. CaseIH bu ft ft.
15 Center of gravity The rotor in a Gleaner sits in the center of the combine. This allows the grain tank to sit low and wrap around the processor. The result is more grain bin capacity that provides a low center of gravity in the machine. Our competitors must accommodate their axial rotor in order to fit their grain bin in the combine. This places the weight higher, creating a higher center of gravity and smaller grain bin capacity.
16 Threshing area Once crop enters our rotor and threshing begins, it separates and falls from the rotor through a 360º cage. The wrap of this cage is important because it is crucial that crop be threshed only long enough to release it from heads, pods or cobs. Crop that remains in the threshing area can be damaged. Our 360º wrap means grain exits the rotor cage once it is threshed. Our competitors designs are closed on top, keeping free grain inside where it continues to contact the rotor s threshing elements.
17 Natural Flow We call our feeding system Natural Flow because the crop material flows straight into the combine, straight into and around the rotor and straight out the back. Our competitors shift the crop s path and change its direction, requiring more horsepower to do the same threshing and separating.
18 Feeder house While a Gleaner has a narrower feeder house than other combines, the opening that feeds the rotor is actually wider. This is because Gleaner does not narrow or compress the crop mat as doing so would cause wear, bunching and crop damage.
19 Feeding Our competitors designs, which include either a beater or elephant ears, have to stuff, bunch and shear the crop mat in order to feed their rotor. Our rotor is fed naturally and directly to ensure even and consistent threshing.
20 Slope sensitivity Gleaner propels grain through the air blast and onto the grain pan. Because Gleaner does not rely on gravity to move the grain, the direction of the grain stays consistent, even on slopes up to 23+%. Competitors require the expense, complexity and wear of self-leveling shoes or undercarriages to match Gleaner.
21 Air velocity Our transverse system drops material in the same position parallel to the fan, which means every piece of grain is hit with the same velocity of air. With an axial rotor, grain can drop at any point on the rotor, meaning grain that drops early is hit with one air velocity and grain that drops later with another. Gleaner s ability to preclean the grain before the shoe and use the shoe as a highly effective secondary cleaning system is why it can obtain such clean grain with low loss levels. The same issue of where grain drops from the rotor affects the effectiveness of the shoe. Gleaner always drops its grain and material in the same position. Axial combines tend to distribute grain unevenly to the cleaning shoe, which can cause grain loss out the back of the combine.
22 Shoe overload Many axial combines, due to their concave design, tend to overload the cleaning shoe on one side of the machine. As the rear portion of the shoe becomes overloaded with grain and MOG (material other than grain), grain can be carried out the back of the combine. With Gleaner, after grain falls from the processor, a set of distribution augers keeps the crop mat consistent. The crop is then propelled by the accelerator rolls through an air blast at four times the speed of free fall and onto the grain pan. These distribution augers ensure a uniform ribbon of crop feeding into the remainder of the cleaning system, no matter where crop falls from the processor.
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Self-Propelled Forage Harvesters JAGUAR 900 Series 800 Series NEW JAGUAR 980 and JAGUAR 970. Powerful and efficient: the engine technology. New: JAGUAR 980 and 970 are both equipped with new V12 engines
Combine harvesters CROP TIGER 40 30 Threshing system and engine. Efficient drive power: TATA engine (emissions standard BS III) with up to 76 hp and high reserves of torque thanks to greater power at low
AGGREGATED EXPERIENCE WITH A SYSTEM TO PREVENT FIRES ON COMBINES IN SUNFLOWERS Daniel Humburg, Kevin Dalsted South Dakota State University Brookings, SD 57007 Funded by the National Sunflower Association
Presenters Don Seltzner Service Manager Neal Sennhenn Mobile Technician Pre-Season Check Over Customer Clinic Events 1 Header corn headers general Drum Scrapers to prevent plugging Has to be set as close
CASE IH 3200/3400 CORNHEAD UPDATES FOR 2010 3200/3400 Series Cornhead In August 2008, Case IH launched the 3200 and 3400 Series corn heads, which incorporate point-to-point stalk rolls for improved stalk
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LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE PRODUCTIVITY HAS A NEW LOOK AND A NEW IMAGE The presentation of our new logo and our new tagline is an important moment in Laverda s history and is characterized by four key elements: