Reduce grain loss
Once in the rotor, separation takes place throughout the full 360 degrees of the rotor cage, meaning better effectiveness with less power.
The 30-inch (762 mm) diameter CDF rotor uses six rows of 3/4-inch (18 mm) high-profile bars that are chromed and reversible in the threshing area. The bars build just enough pressure to release grain that often escapes other rotors, while taking less of a toll between bar and cage on the green-stem material. Three rows of three separator knives break up green material and reduce horsepower requirements.