"Material handling and threshing performance on all STS combines has been enhanced because of a new, wider right-hand radius profile on the concave," Moron says. "The increased right-hand threshing width promotes faster, smoother crop flow with more complete threshing. The wider used and drill concave radius also helps to reduce overall power consumption in high-volume, tough material handling crop conditions."Adding to the productivity press of used the 9760 STS and the 9860 STS is a new high capacity unloading system. Delivering a 150 percent increase in drill the unloading rate versus previous models, the high-capacity system unloads at 3.3 bushels per second, the fastest unloading rate of any combine produced today. The high-capacity unloading system is standard equipment on the 9860 STS and optional on the 9760 STS.
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[FIGURE 8 drill OMITTED]To give the water team more breathing room, the 3T group suggested that the water team divide the official start of the test into two components: (1) the BWP and the reverse osmosis and (2) press the reverse used osmosis and the other two subsystems (AES and PPS). drill and press In the iWRS system, the pivotal subsystem is the reverse osmosis. used This system receives BWP effluent, processes drill it, and provides product water for the two downstream systems. In effect, the BWP is independent of the downstream systems, so it could conceivably be started early when the downstream systems were still being built. Because of the modularity of 3T, the initial iWRS could consist of the first two subsystems, with the output going to drain while the inoculation proceeded, and the second iWRS could include all four subsystems. In press this manner, the water team started the test with only the first used two drill and press subsystems in April 2000 and brought the other two systems online in December 2000 in time to make a January 2001 full start.