DRUM BAR SETS DOM/MEGA/TUCANO/LEXION
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Drum bars are a critical component of a combine harvester, which is an agricultural machine used for harvesting crops such as wheat, corn, soybeans, and others. Drum bars are typically located within the combine’s threshing system, which is responsible for separating the grain from the crop residue.
The drum bars are long, cylindrical metal bars with teeth or flanges protruding from the surface. As the crop passes through the threshing system, the drum bars rotate, causing the teeth to beat against the crop, separating the grain from the chaff and other residue.
Over time, drum bars can become worn or damaged due to the constant friction and stress of the threshing process. When this happens, the efficiency of the combine can be significantly reduced, leading to lower yields and increased operating costs. Therefore, it’s important to replace the drum bars periodically to maintain the combine’s performance and ensure a successful harvest.
Drum bars are a crucial component of a combine harvesters threshing system, used to separate the grain from the crop residue. Regular maintenance and replacement of worn or damaged drum bars is essential to maintain the efficiency of the combine and ensure a successful harvest.
There are multiple types of drum bars, please call to confirm which type is required.
Please call 0192 6614345