In threshing grain of the new harvest in 2011 in the United States is involved rotary combine harvester Rostselmash. On the first day of harvest TORUM 760, running 5 kilometers from the city of Columbus (Indiana), has demonstrated excellent results, grind for 9 hours, with a capacity of 21 tons per hour, 186 tons of wheat.
Innovative combine harvester TORUM put on production in 2009. It is based on a fundamentally new rotary threshing and separating device Advanced Rotor System, which differs from existing schemes biternoy inclined rotary cam, infinitely variable drive and rotor rotating deck. This scheme virtually eliminates clogging grind on difficult soil fertility and greatly increases the productivity of the machine.
This year, for the North American market Rostsel’mash released three rotary combine TORUM 760. They are manufactured in three versions: serial, all-wheel drive and with a half-track course. Bunker increased to 12 cubic meters, the cabin is equipped with climate control, powered threshing mechanisms of sieves and straw and chaff. In order to meet environmental requirements on exhaust gases, on TORUM 760 Cummins engines installed new series — QSX-11, 9 (TIER IV i).
Throughout the season, will accompany the machine test engineers and specialists Rostsel‘mash its subsidiary Buhler (Canada). These problems are not only technical support machines, but also a complete information about their work to further advance TORUM. Experts analyzing the situation on the market of agricultural machinery, it is believed that TORUM for this there is a good potential: in the past year, two combines have already been tested with positive results, as reflected in the report.
In 2010, two TORUM worked in Canada since the end of July in the four farms and got a good grade, not only from experts in agricultural production, but also to the farmers themselves. For example, a farmer Kelly Maloney said the combine high performance and minimal losses, and Jeff Mathieson — mounted pneumatic system, which gives a combine additional benefits. Roland Kirchner said TORUM very easy to manage because of the minimal set of buttons on the remote control, and Chris Chandler — a powerful and efficient engine. All four praised Rostsel’mash combines stylish design that sets them apart from traditional harvesting of other manufacturers.
According to experts, in the coming season Rostsel’mash to consolidate its position. The results of the first days show that this minimum program feasible.