A strong demand for a wider machine as well as customer concerns over the durability of the draper belts mostly due to rodent damage incurred over the winter meant that the SR range was discontinued in 1994. Can you plug the header up? How does it work? Recent News View all By: How does it work in rocks? Does the stripper header damage the grain? The cross sectional diagram below shows that the rotor feeds the crop back onto draper belts which then feed the material back to an uncovered auger.
How do you change the rotor speed? The fact that most of the threshing is done in the header means that the threshing system of the combine can be slowed down to avoid grain damage, worst case scenario is over ripe soft wheat. A steel shaker pan replaced the conveyor belts as a means of transferring the wet heavy rice material from the stripping rotor to the auger. Latest News Read the latest updates from the Shelbourne team Find out. The RX was introduced as a dedicated rice header.
Looking for something specific? Can you plug the header up? How do I stop the header shearbolt from breaking on start up? The machine was designed for use in both wheat and rice. New features include a spring loaded pivoting adaptor plate and gauge wheels. With combine engine speed at idle, engage the header drive and then the combine separator, causing the combine separator and the header to engage at the same time, reducing the snatch in the header drive line.
The basic concept of the stripper header is that a rotating rotor fitted in the front of the header is fitted with 8 rows of stripping fingers that strip grain from the cro