2620mm Total Wing Range
The header wings behave like two independent cutter bars. Flexing by up to 10° they for unmatched ground following.
6150kg Lift Capacity as Standard
Wider, longer and stronger, the X9 feederhouse lets you harvest faster in high yielding crops.
4.0m² Effective Threshing Area
The wide Body X-Series Dual Rotor produce superior grain quality and offer better crop versatility.
7m² Cleaning Shoe Area
The massive 7m2 cleaning shoe delivers high quality grain with minimum losses.
The Premium chopper with 124 knifes destroys everything to ensure residue is quickly incorporated into the soil.
30% Larger Footprint
Our latest tracks with their extra large footprint and exceptional grip will keep you harvesting in muddy conditions.
20% More fuel efficient
Our new performance concept HarvestMotion uses optimised components for significantly more throughput at lower rpm for significant fuel savings.
14.800 L Grain Tank
The combination of a huge 14.800 L grain tank and 162 L/s unloading rate let's you focus on harvesting. All it takes is just 100 seconds to unload 13 tonnes of grain. .
John Deere’s updated range of Hinged Draper (HD) headers were developed to match the X9 Combine’s huge throughput. They follow the ground like no other header, catching all the grain and reducing tillage costs.
Crop is delivered headfirst into the feederhouse for more efficient loading and separating. Draper belts are also unaffected by the moisture content of the air or crop. This allows operators to harvest more efficiently at the start or end of the day when moisture levels are higher.
The belts feature a patented ridge pattern design that’s unique to John Deere. This traps small grains like rapeseed and prevents them from rolling off the belt and back into the field. The design also removes the need for additional grain saver systems like air blowers, which increase the weight, power consumption, and maintenance requirements of the header.
The hydraulically adjustable attachment frame moves vertically, which helps isolate the combine from the header for better ground following.
The header wings behave like two independent cutterbars. Flexing by up to 10 degrees, they deliver great performance in down crop and leave even stubble on irregular ground. Together with the attachment frame, the vertical movement at the wing tips is 2620-mm (103.1-in.) on the HD40X. A tight reel-to-cutterbar distance is also maintained across the full width, thanks to the projected pivot point of each wing meeting in the centre of the header.
Your combine capacity won’t be constrained by header size. The X9 will easily handle 18-row corn heads or larger and 15-m (49-ft) or larger small-grain headers.
Excellent terrain following
The independent frame connecting the header to the feederhouse isolates the header movements from the combine.
High field speeds
With 1300-mm (51.2-in.) lift height, you’ll have no problem picking up or dropping off a header on a trailer, even on uneven ground. It also lets you drive over obstacles and move from field to field without removing the header.
Easy header connection
Travel across fields to the next patch at speeds of up to 20 km/h (12.7 mph) with a large header attached thanks to the heavy-duty construction and high torsional rigidity.
The wider, longer, and stronger X9 Combine feederhouse lets you harvest faster in high yielding crops.
The feederhouse is automatically locked as soon as you leave the seat. The header can also be locked at any height for easy maintenance (e.g., when changing a stone-damaged knife).
The crop flow from the feederhouse to the rotors has been streamlined to reduce friction and increase efficiency.
In all rotor combines, the transition from tangential to axial crop flow is a potential pinch point that can consume considerable power. One of the major design innovations of the X9 Combine is the eight-wing chevron FAST, which enables a very energy efficient crop flow transition.
As the crop mat emerges from the feederhouse, the stalks are perfectly aligned thanks to the headfirst draper feeding. Once it reaches the FAST, the central chevron vanes start to evenly divide the crop mat into two separate streams. A divider between the two rotors further smooths the crop path towards the rotors. The space between the FAST and the tips of the rotors allows the crop to gently expand before being drawn into the 270-degree feeding vanes. This extra space also contributes to the huge throughput of the X9 as the crop is less constrained and the wide body can handle large volumes without overloading.
The wide-body concept produces a thinner crop mat as it can spread over a wider surface area. This reduces the crop pressure for easier and more efficient threshing and separation.
A dual-rotor design was adopted for good reasons. Huge know-how has been gained over many years on how to optimise performance in the narrow body S700 Combine. This design is simply doubled and put into the wide body X9 Combine. Rotors also produce superior grain quality and offer better crop versatility and accessibility than other concepts. For the X9, a configuration was chosen with two longer rotors positioned in a wide channel to create a massive threshing and separation area. This has allowed the combine to set new performance levels in the industry of 100 t/hr with no more than 1 percent losses.
The design of the three-in-one rotors is the secret to the X9 Combine’s highly efficient separating performance. Its combination of low power feeding, a gentle pull-and-release threshing action, and energy-efficient centrifugal separating is unbeatable.
The crop passes 1.6 m² (1.6 sq ft) of threshing concave area two and a half times, adding up to 4.0 m² (43.05 sq ft) of pure threshing capacity. This means the concave settings don't have to be tightly set, resulting in less aggressive threshing. It also reduces contact between grain and metal which minimises broken kernels. This not only leads to better grain and straw quality, but it is also more energy efficient as the crop density is lower.
The separating elements create a combing action to pull the crop apart. They are also staggered in a way that moves the crop towards the discharge beater as the rotor turns. The crop rotates an average of seven times in the separation area before reaching the discharge beater. This exposes it to 25.2 m² (271.25 sq ft) of effective separation area.
The rotor also creates a highly energy-efficient centrifugal separating effect. Its large, 610-mm (24-in.) diameter produces a bigger separating effect without needing the energy-intensive high speeds of smaller diameter rotors.
The massive 7-m² (75.3-sq ft) cleaning shoe delivers high-quality grain with minimum losses. The most efficient way to clean the crop with minimum loss is pure size. The body design means the X9 Combine can accommodate a wide and long cleaning shoe. It's capable of handling well in excess of 100 t/h. Extensive testing in all crop types also showed it is less sensitive to adjustment errors and does not require constant tweaking to get the optimum performance.
The X9 Combine is also equipped with an active tailings system. This is a major performance enhancing addition that separately threshes the tailings. It uses smooth rubber threshing elements to minimise grain damage. Acting as a mini threshing system with its own drum and concave, it reduces the load on the main rotors. This frees up capacity for more crop throughput, because the tailings are not being returned to the rotors to undergo separation. That means the concaves can be opened wider which lowers the power requirement and improves fuel efficiency.
The cleaning shoe is equipped with six divider plates on the preparation pan and chaffer. These ensure material is evenly delivered across the entire width of the cleaning shoe, and there is no chance of it sliding or moving to one side.
Once the material reaches the cleaning shoe, the real advantages of its longer length over other concepts becomes clear. This gives the grain more opportunity to fall through the chaffer and sieve without overloading one side of the shoe.
The Active Terrain Adjustment™ system automatically adjusts all the important cleaning shoe settings (fan speed, chaffer, and sieve). The software also has an industry-exclusive crop matrix which makes specific adjustments for the type of crop that is being harvested. For instance, rapeseed is particularly sensitive to fan speed changes, so the system adjusts the chaffer and sieve settings first before adjusting the fan speed.
When going uphill, both the chaffer and sieve are opened while the fan speed is reduced to keep grain from being lost through the rear. This increases the cleaning system performance by up to 50 percent on inclines of up to 16 degrees.
On downhill slopes, the chaffer and sieve close while the fan speed increases to keep grain from pushing towards the front of the machine. This reduces the volume of tailings by as much as 50 percent, resulting in a cleaner grain tank sample.
Independent research* has shown that if a combine has 1 percent broken kernels in the tank, a further 1 percent of broken kernels will have been lost via the cleaning shoe. The X9 Combine is designed to minimise these losses, increasing your profit per hectare.
*NOTE: Feiffer Consult, Harvest Poll, 2005 www.feiffer-consult.de
Several design innovations contribute to the exceptional grain quality: the low rpm of the large-diameter dual rotors; threshing elements and separating tines as well as rubber threshing elements on the active tailings return system which reduce grain to metal contact; crop-on-crop threshing; and a streamlined crop flow with no sharp edges.
Combine Advisor automatically guarantees consistent output whatever the conditions. Digital cameras located in the clean grain and tailings elevators continuously measure grain quality and the amount of foreign material, making real-time and automatic adjustments to maintain the pre-set levels with no operator input required.
Combine Advisor is linked directly to the HarvestSmart™ system which controls the combine's harvest speed. If the settings cannot deliver the desired output, the combine's speed is lowered. If conditions improve, the combine's speed is increased.
Depending on the required chopping intensity, there’s a choice of a high-performance 124-knife premium chopper operating at 3000 rpm or a 68-knife deluxe chopper operating at 2400 rpm.
The chopper can be moved electrically from transport to working position. When converting to corn, there is no need to change knives and engage a corn cob deflector. All you do is lower the chopper speed to 1600 rpm using the chopper gearcase lever.
The patented chopper knife design reduces power consumption by up to 20 kW (27 PS, 26.6 hp) compared to standard wing knives. The secret to its performance is the small dimples on its surface. Similar to the dimples on a golf ball, they reduce air resistance over the surface of the knives.
AutoSwap automatically changes the spreading direction of the chopper to compensate for side wind based on global positioning system (GPS) data. There’s no need to press the swap button at the headland, and there’s no chance of forgetting to change direction and running with the wrong settings.
John Deere’s latest tracks with an extra-large footprint and exceptional grip will keep you harvesting in muddy conditions.
In customer tests against a leading competitor, the latest track design scored substantially higher ratings on all key criteria: ride quality, noise, and vibration. The triangular profile creates a climb-out-of-mud effect, and the longer length gives a larger footprint without adding to the overall combine width. This reduces soil compaction and avoids the need for deep tillage, saving costs all year round.
The tracks’ progressive suspension design is patented technology, unique to John Deere. When you add to this the five-pivot point technology, the tracks have unbeatable terrain following capability. This gives a very smooth ride, even at speeds up to 40 km/h (25 mph). The single-piece moulding and tread pattern also reduce friction, generating 50 percent less heat. This significantly reduces wear and extends the working life. Internal tests with a leading competitor showed 50 percent less wear.
John Deere already has a strong reputation for its tractor transmissions, and you can enjoy that same reliability and seamless shifting from 0 to 40 km/h (0 to 25 mph) on the X9 Combine.
The infinitely variable ProDrive XL transmission is standard on the X9 Combine, making it very easy for anyone to drive. It's the next generation of the well-known ProDrive transmission, offering 30 percent more torque throughout the entire speed range.
ProDrive XL uses two smaller motors instead of a larger single motor. When the combine is driven above 20 km/h (12.4 mph), one of the motors disengages which improves fuel economy by up to 30 percent. What’s more, it’s a lot quieter than traditional hydrostatic transmissions.
The optional 4WD ensures you'll still be harvesting when others have stopped. Every X9 Combine is also equipped with a front axle differential lock as standard. If you hit really tough conditions, all you have to do is push a button on the CommandARM™ console to engage.
Every single component is designed for efficiency, bringing a massive 86 kW (116.9 PS, 115.3 hp) in energy savings. Add to this a lower driveline top speed of 1900 rpm, and the X9 delivers incredible fuel economy for its throughput.
Welcome to Harvest Motion: a combination of a state-of-the-art engine with optimised performance characteristics, low fuel consumption at reduced rpm, and perfect synchronisation with an energy-efficient crop flow.
Engineers developed updated engines for X9 Combines following similar innovations used in the automotive industry, where the trend is towards engines with smaller displacements, higher power density, and improved fuel efficiency. The target set was a 20 percent improvement in fuel economy per harvested tonne.
All the core components are completely new designs, including the engine head, turbocharger, and exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system. Together, these modifications have a big impact on the energy efficiency of the entire power pack. They save up to 27 kW (37 PS, 36.5 hp) that would normally be lost on these core components.
Efficient machines are simply good business. The X9 driveline was specifically designed to deliver optimal crop flow exactly when the engine is operating in its energy efficient sweet spot. That's Harvest Motion.
Power output increases by 65 kW (88 PS, 86.8 hp) between 1700 and 1900 rpm. The characteristics of the engine torque curve means there is also tremendous reserve capacity, even at low rpm. The torque increases to an impressive 3000 Nm (2212.7 lb-ft) at 1500 rpm. It’s why this engine practically never dies, no matter how hard it’s pushed. At the same time, the low rpm helps X9 Combines deliver impressive fuel economy, as less revolutions simply mean less fuel is burnt. It all adds up to higher throughput and lower fuel cost per tonne.
On the road, the X9 is just as economical. The engine speed management reduces rpm to 1700.
John Deere has developed a comprehensive range of maintenance services for every eventuality. You can be sure that you can keep harvesting whatever happens.
John Deere’s solution is a combination of highly trained specialist dealer technicians and wireless connectivity for remote monitoring of onboard sensors. As one of the world's largest combine harvester manufacturers, John Deere has thousands of connected machines running in the field. This provides valuable data on component reliability, which allows John Deere to move beyond traditional preventative and corrective maintenance to provide a new level of service: predictive maintenance, otherwise known as Expert Alerts.
John Deere’s Harvest Promise package is included as standard with every new X9 Combine: you can get any parts you need within 24 hours of placing your order. If the parts don’t come and your X9 can’t harvest, your dealer will provide you with a backup machine* of a similar size.
*NOTE: A backup machine is available for any John Deere combine harvester up to 7 years old at participating dealers. To qualify, it must be maintained in accordance with the operator's manual and undergo a pre-season Expert Check with any recommended repairs carried out.
There is nothing quite like the X9 Combine cab. The reassuring sound of the electric door closer, the silence, and the space ‒ its design reflects the changing role of the operator, from a driver or technician to a control systems and data management expert.
The panoramic windows with thin support pillars give a clear view over the feederhouse, the ends of the header, and to the tip of the unloading auger. The super quiet interior lets you make hands-free calls, listen to music, and use it as a productive workspace.
The advanced air conditioning and Ultimate Seat option with massage function make it a relaxing environment, even in the most intense harvesting situations. Once you’ve experienced it, nothing else feels this good.
You’ll find plenty of places to store your personal items and keep the cab clean and tidy. From inside the armrest to behind the seat and more, there's a place to store everything from smartphones and keys to bulkier items. There are also cup holders for hot drinks and water bottles.
You can connect your mobile devices via Bluetooth® wireless to the infotainment system. Listen to the radio, stream your favourite music or podcasts, and safely make hands-free calls without taking your eyes off the main controls. Communication is seamless thanks to the quiet cab and excellent sound quality.
Unlike a simple cool box that needs pre-chilled items, the onboard fridge works just like the one you have at home and cools down warm items. The 25.5-L (0.9-cu ft) capacity is ample for a long day of harvesting.
As you close the door, an electric motor automatically pulls it shut. This ensures the perfect seal and prevents dust and debris from entering the cab. The interior is also pressurised, so when you open the door, dust and debris is automatically blown away from the cab.
There are plenty of 12-V and USB charging points conveniently positioned so you won’t have to worry about bringing additional adapters. They’re particularly useful if you want to connect additional screens or charge your mobile devices.
Choosing the ActiveSeat II with leather seat cover and leather steering wheel option is an investment you will never regret. When working long hours in tough harvesting conditions, a high-quality operator environment is essential. It’s also a powerful incentive to attract the best talent. Once experienced, you’ll never want to sit on another combine seat again.
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The CommandPRO lever was inspired by handheld games controllers and John Deere operators. You wanted more programmable features, easy-to-use fingertip control, and exceptional comfort for long harvest days.
You can enjoy more functions than ever on your combine controller. Programmable buttons that can be set for different operators and an ergonomic design that fits the hand like a glove makes operating an X9 Combine a breeze.
If you have different operators, they will love being able to store their own individual settings and call them up when it’s their turn to drive. It takes just a few seconds on the touchscreen display to programme the CommandPRO with draper belt speed, reel height, unloading auger folding, chopping spread direction, feederhouse tilt, and much more.
A major design principle for the X9 Combine was to make the operation as intuitive as possible. This was to ensure any operator can quickly get acquainted with the main functions of the combine, learn the details on the go, and provide easy-to-use automation support wherever possible.
Logical menus and a shortcut bar make navigating easy. For instance, use Quick Line to record an AB line at the press of a single button.
Quick set up
The Settings Manager lets you store setups from previous jobs such as concave clearance and drum speed. You can then call them up in seconds and start harvesting almost immediately.
Real-time data transfer
The X9 is constantly collecting data and transmitting it in real-time to your own account in the cloud-based Operations Center at MyJohnDeere.com. Securely stored, it’s accessible from any device.
The standard menus were developed with producers during a field test programme, but you can also easily customise them to suit your needs. You simply drag and drop the menus like a smartphone and store them for future use.
You can view up to four separate camera inputs on the display. These can be set up so they are automatically triggered to appear when they are needed (e.g., a camera feed from the auger when unloading).
Optional additional monitor
An additional screen can be used for precision ag applications while leaving the primary display for the main combine controls, giving you an even better view of everything.
The X9 Combine makes extensive use of the latest LED lighting technology with more visibility, easier unloading, and safer road transport.
LED lighting has many advantages over traditional lighting. Bulbs last longer – with a lifetime of more than 20,000 hours, you won’t need to carry any spares. They are also more efficient and brighter for better visibility.
You can program different lighting configurations via the Gen 4 display to suit your specific harvesting operation.
Apart from being an appealing design, the end panel lights are a useful safety feature for unloading at night. The tractor operator can clearly see the end of the header and make sure the grain trailer is fully aligned.
Integrated lights under the side panels make inspection at night much easier. There’s no need for flashlights, leaving both hands free to access components.
The combination of a large 16,200-L (460-bu) grain tank and 186-L/s (5.3 bu/sec) unloading speed with 40 kW (54 PS, 53.3 hp) extra unloading power allows you to focus on harvesting. All it takes is just 100 seconds to unload 13 tonnes of grain.
The grain handling system features a heavy-duty, belt-driven design that performs equally well in high yielding crops and wet conditions. Tool-free adjustment of the cross auger cover plate in the grain tank also allows the load rate to be adjusted for different crops and conditions.
The engine’s electronic management system provides a power boost of up to 40 kW (54 PS, 53.3 hp) when unloading so there’s no need to slow your harvesting down.
The auger swings up to 106 degrees, giving you an excellent view when unloading. You can also watch the grain unloading on the Gen 4 display via a video feed from an optional wireless camera on the auger.
Reduced risk of damage
The auger has a clearance of up to 5.1 m (16.7 ft) between the unloading boot and the ground so there’s less risk of damage with high-sided trailers. It also has a mechanical latch in transport mode which prevents any movement when driving over rough surfaces.
The X9 is equipped with a folding auger as standard. It makes storage and manoeuvring in tight spaces easier and is useful for road transport.
Low stress operation
The large diameter of the auger means it can transport massive amounts of grain at lower rpm. Apart from less wear and tear, it reduces potential grain damage due to less grain-on-metal contact.
The entire auger can be emptied automatically before shut-off. Simply press the unloading button to start the process. Press the button again, and the grain tank cross augers disengage while the unloading auger continues for another 3 seconds to ensure it's completely empty. To stop the entire system immediately, double click the unloading button; this is a handy feature when you want to top off the grain cart or trailer.
With the adjustable spout, you can precisely direct the grain flow by up to 1 m (3.3 ft) to fully utilise the available space in the trailer or grain cart. When the auger moves to the park position, the adjustable spout moves up and away for improved clearance.
Machine Sync is a powerful machine-to-machine communications application that allows you to connect multiple machines and operate them together.
Machine Sync allows the grain trailer operator to view the location of all the combines in their network. They can see the direction of travel and grain tank fill level and can decide which combine to unload next. Alternatively, the combine operator can request a tractor for unloading at the touch of a button. This ensures optimised routing for grain trailers, saving time and fuel and reducing soil compaction.
As the tractor pulling the grain trailer arrives near the combine, the operator activates Machine Sync. The system automatically takes control of the tractor’s steering and speed. The tractor operator can then take their hands off the steering wheel.
The combine operator can now control the position of the tractor relative to the combine. If the combine changes direction or speed, the tractor also changes direction or speed - both are synced in perfect harmony.
When the trailer is fully loaded, the tractor operator can take over control simply by turning the steering wheel. Alternatively, the combine operator can also stop the synchronisation from their display.
Developed and refined over more than 20 years, AutoTrac hands-free guidance automatically ensures the full cutting width of the header is used with every pass hour after hour and day or night. It's unaffected by hills, down crop, or dusty conditions. With the quick A-B line features, it's set up in seconds.
What's more, AutoTrac also shows where other combines have already been in the field and lets you share guidance lines between other machines. You can also work in beds to optimise field logistics.
If you’re harvesting corn planted in curves, blown down by the wind, or simply in a field with uneven row spacing, AutoTrac RowSense™ will keep you on track. Its advanced technology uses feeder data gathered from both row sensors on the header and satellite positioning from the StarFire receiver to follow the rows exactly.
The X9 Combine has a range of adaptive automation tools that ensure every operator’s productivity is as good as the best operators. Easy to set up, they not only help choose the optimum settings, they automatically maintain them.
Research amongst a wide range of operators showed that, on average, the utilisation of the installed capacity can be increased by up to 20 percent*. The good news is the X9 is equipped with adaptive automation tools and technology to do it for you.
*NOTE: From ‘dlz agrarmagazin’ 6/2017
The Optimise Performance feature helps optimise the combine setup. The operator simply follows an interactive menu which gives recommendations for settings based on harvest priorities (losses, grain quality – broken kernels and dirt level, and straw quality). It even suggests external adjustments to the combine. The goal is to tell the combine the desired output: loss level, grain and straw quality, and grain tank cleanliness.
Once the machine has calculated the output required by the farm operation, Combine Advisor takes over. It automatically makes adjustments to maintain the desired quality of work and tries to maximise the throughput. No operator input is required, taking away additional stress and ensuring optimum harvesting all day long.
This automatic speed management system lets you run your combine close to its capacity or loss limit. It takes multiple calibration points at different speeds and throughput levels across the typical working range. This greatly improves sensitivity to different conditions and delivers precise control. To ensure performance is maintained, HarvestSmart will automatically slow the combine down if Combine Advisor can no longer make adjustments to deliver the desired outputs. In turn, HarvestSmart will automatically increase the combine’s speed if conditions and settings allow it.
Moisture and yield sensors are well established tools to help monitor performance of different crop varieties, but the ActiveYield system on the X9 Combine offers even higher accuracy and improved harvest management.
ActiveYield features three precision sensors in the grain tank that automatically measure the change in weight as the grain tank fills. The system compares the measurement from the tank sensors to those from the yield and moisture sensors to accurately calibrate the yield sensor. You no longer have to carry out time-consuming manual calibrations and double weighing of trailers at a weigh bridge to get accurate yield measurement data. This improves harvest logistics as grain trailers spend less time travelling to the silo. It also eliminates the risk for errors in the yield maps as there is no need to enter calibration data into the system manually.
The X9 Combine harvests tons of valuable data from every hectare. This data has an increasing role in improving yields, automating documentation and maximising profitability.
Through JDLink™ system, field and machine data are automatically transmitted to John Deere’s secure servers in the cloud. It can be viewed in the John Deere Operations Center in your MyJohnDeere.com account, or via mobile apps. The Operations Center is compatible with data from a growing number of other agricultural machinery brands and an increasing network of independent agricultural service and software providers. This gives you a level of management control that is unrivalled in the agricultural industry.
Mobile apps and cloud-based storage allow you to manage your harvest from any device with any brand of machine.
The harvest season is always unpredictable with sudden changes in the weather and different crop cycles. That’s why you need the maximum possible flexibility. The Operations Center can be accessed from any device in any location, so it doesn’t matter if you’re in the office or out in the field, you have a clear view of your entire operation in real time.
What’s more, mobile apps let you send job details or remotely adjust combine settings in moments. It gives you the freedom to maximise the efficiency of your harvest logistics and your grain yields on your own terms.
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|Engine type||John Deere PowerTech™ PWS 13.6 L
830 cu in.
|Rated power||410 kW
|Fuel capacity||1250 L
|Rotor length||3.51 m
|Rotor diameter||61 cm
|Concave area||1.6 m2
17.22 sq ft
|Separating area||3.6 m2
38.75 sq ft
|Total cleaning area (louvered)||7 m2
75.3 sq ft
|Grain tank size||14,800 L
|Unloading rate||162 L/s
|Engine type||John Deere PowerTech PWS 13.6 L
830 cu in.
|Emission level||Stage V or Tier 3|
|Rated speed||1900 rpm|
|Rated power||410 kW
|Power boost @ rated speed||40 kW
|Fuel capacity||1250 L
|Drive type||Fixed or variable speed|
|Conveyor chain slat type||Four-strand chain with formed steel slats|
Modulated feederhouse reverser
Eight-wing chevron Feed Accelerator Stone Trap (FAST)
|Separator type||Dual rotor|
|Rotor length||3.51 m
|Rotor diameter||61 cm
|Rotor speed range||300 to 1300 rpm|
|Concave area||1.6 m2
17.22 sq ft
|Separating area||3.6 m2
38.75 sq ft
|Discharge grate area||0.4508 m2
4.85 sq ft
|Pre-threshing concave area|
|Drum speed range|
|Front chaffer||0.98 m2
10.54 sq ft
|Front chaffer extension|
33.8 sq ft
31 sq ft
|Total cleaning area (louvered)||7 m2
75.3 sq ft
|Cleaning fan speed||570 to 1430 rpm|
|Grain tank size||14,800 L
|Unloading auger length||7.9, 8.3, 8.7, or 9.45 m
26, 27, 28.5, or 31 ft
|Unloading rate||162 L/s
|Date collected||15 June 2020|