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C12FFolding Corn Head

X Series Combine with C16F Corn HeadX Series Combine with C16F Corn Head

You have more acres to harvest, which means starting harvest earlier – and sometimes at moisture higher than 32 percent – to get all your work completed on time. The solution is the CF and CR Corn Heads from John Deere. Available in a wide range of row spacings, these corn heads match the capacity of John Deere combines, letting you harvest up to 7,200 bu (253,721 L) per hour in high-yielding, dry corn. Additionally, you can  harvest 65 more acres  per day with a 16-row corn head compared to a 12-row corn head at the same ground speed.

  • Cover more acres per hour and put more clean grain in the tank – The larger, 19-in. (48.3-cm) auger with increased torque helps you cover more acres per hour than John Deere’s current 700C Corn Heads. This ensures you can harvest high-yielding or high-moisture corn with ease. What’s more, you can reduce the pinching of kernels since the auger has a smaller and more consistent gap between the auger flighting and floor compared to the Geringhoff Rota Disc® system.
  • Relax and enjoy worry-free, automated, on-the-go unloading – The massive capacity boost of an X Series Combine with a 16-row corn head means you’ll need to unload more often. Take the worry out of on-the-go unloading by choosing Machine Sync, which allows the combine operator to control the tractor and grain cart's movement to make unloading more comfortable than ever.
  • AutoTrac™ Row Sense™ is the perfect choice whether you harvest six or 18 rows at a time –To get harvest done on time, you need to run faster, which will make you appreciate AutoTrac Row Sense. Corn heads offer AutoTrac RowSense in base equipment to closely follow the rows  with less operator effort. In down corn, terraces, or pivots, it works efficiently while reducing operator’s stress.

Rota Disc is a trademark of Carl Geringhoff Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG

Sours: https://www.deere.com/en/harvesting/corn-heads/c12f-corn-head/

In addition to the release of the all-new X9 Combines, Deere also announced updates to its entire line of headers for 2021. The new lineup available in our area includes the HDR Rigid Cutterbar Drapers, RDF HydraFlex™ Drapers, and CR and CF Corn Heads. Each is compatible with the new John Deere X Series as well as most S Series Combines to help operators maximize their harvest operations while reducing grain loss in a wide range of conditions.

Let’s take a look at each of the headers, their key features and benefits:

HDR Rigid Cutterbar Drapers

John Deere’s HDR Rigid Cutterbar Drapers are ideal for soybean and small grain growers who want to harness their combines’ ability to harvest more acres per hour across various crops, conditions, and uneven and rolling terrain all while capturing more grain. The HDR features a new hinged frame that provides unparalleled terrain-following capability and more uniform cut height when harvesting on curves or uneven terrain. MacDon® owners should take notice. When you compare Deere’s HDR models to the MacDon® FD145, it has double the wing range at up to 22.9 on the HD50R, more consistent reel to cutterbar distance, and 25% more consistent stubble height.*

A valuable option available on the HDR models are Grain Saver Draper Belts which reduce cutterbar loss by 25% when compared with traditional, smooth draper belts, and are very effective for soybeans and small grains. Both the HDR and RDF models include a Two-Speed Center Feed Section. The slow speed helps to reduce throwing of easily shelled crops like soybeans.

There are 4 models available from the HD35R to the HD50R ranging in size from 35 ft. to 50 ft. cutting widths. The HD50R plus X9 1100 Combine can harvest up to 30 acres of soybeans or wheat per hour. When farmers upgrade from a 45 ft. model to a 50 ft. model, they can harvest up to 33 more acres per day. That’s some increase in productivity.

RDF HydraFlex Drapers

The RDF HydraFlex Draper models expand on Deere’s proven 700FD models while providing new grain saving features and benefits. These 4 new draper models with cutting widths ranging from 35 ft. to 45 ft. are compatible with X Series and even S Series Combines dating back to model year 2012. The Two-Speed Center Feed Section lets operators slow down the feed drum and center feed belt by 20% compared with the John Deere 700FD, allowing operators to reduce grain loss in easy shelling crops like soybeans while still harvesting at faster speeds without sacrificing cut quality. Other new features include header control unit for model year 2021, and the new auto belt speed that automatically adjusts the side belt to ground speed. These drapers carryover the field-proven John Deere 4-inch double-cut, dual-drive shaft HydraFlex Cutterbar. The knife system provides industry-exclusive cutting performance by making 1,980 cuts per minute to enable faster harvesting speeds.

CR and CF Corn Heads

In addition to the updated draper lineup, Deere also released updates to its rigid and folding corn heads. The new models are compatible with X Series and S Series Combines and are designed to help farmers harvest more bushels per hour in high-yielding corn while minimizing grain loss and damage. These models are also designed to match the higher capacity of X Series Combines letting you harvest as many as 7200 bushels of corn per hour.  

CR Rigid Corn Heads

The standard John Deere CR Corn Heads are available in 6 to 18 row models and feature many new innovations. The heads feature a larger 19-inch auger with higher torque to help cover more acres per hour and utilize the full potential of the combine’s power and capacity. Also, a smaller and more consistent gap between the auger flighting and rolled floor helps minimize the opportunity for ears to pinch or grind, reducing grain damage during harvest. For down or flat corn, the CR Corn Heads can be equipped with factory-installed Active End Fenders that pull more stalks into the head as the combine moves through the field. These heads all come with new factory-installed Stalk Deflectors that press corn stalks to the ground and fracture them at the base as the head passes over them. These deflectors reduce tire or track wear caused by standing corn stalks and help preserve the trade-in value of the combine and other equipment. And for nighttime operation, the heads feature industry-exclusive end-divider point lighting to help grain cart operators see the edge of the corn head and combine operators make sure they are in the right row after headland turns. The CR Corn Heads are all equipped with the proven RowMax™ Row Units with customizable Stalk Roll options.

CF Folding Corn Heads

Deere’s folding corn head lineup includes all the same updates as the rigid corn heads but also features a low-profile folding frame. The 12-, 16- and 18-row CF Folding Corn Heads are available for the X Series Combines and only the 12-row heads for S Series Combines. These folding models are ideal for customers looking for both productivity in the field and easy transport between fields. The CF Corn Heads boost industry-leading fold times in less than 60 seconds when attached to Deere S700 Combines and approximately 40 seconds with the Deere X9 Combines. Operators will also notice better visibility when the head is in the folded position. When compared to the 700FC, customers will notice an 8-foot, 2-inch visibility increase and a 14-foot, 4-inch visibility increase versus the Geringhoff Rota Disc®. Benefits of a folding corn head include decreased transport time, eliminating the need for extra header trailer equipment, and less storage space required.

We hope you enjoyed this look at Deere’s updated harvest header lineup. As Deere continues to release new updates and products, we will be here to inform you and answer any of your questions. If you are interested in any of the draper or corn head options discussed above and to review compatibility, please contact one of our sales team members or request a quote.

*Performance claims are based on internal testing, and on field and crop conditions at time of testing; individual results may vary. 

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C16RCorn Head

X Series Combine with C16F Corn HeadX Series Combine with C16F Corn Head

You have more acres to harvest, which means starting harvest earlier – and sometimes at moisture higher than 32 percent – to get all your work completed on time. The solution is the CF and CR Corn Heads from John Deere. Available in a wide range of row spacings, these corn heads match the capacity of John Deere combines, letting you harvest up to 7,200 bu (253,721 L) per hour in high-yielding, dry corn. Additionally, you can  harvest 65 more acres  per day with a 16-row corn head compared to a 12-row corn head at the same ground speed.

  • Cover more acres per hour and put more clean grain in the tank – The larger, 19-in. (48.3-cm) auger with increased torque helps you cover more acres per hour than John Deere’s current 700C Corn Heads. This ensures you can harvest high-yielding or high-moisture corn with ease. What’s more, you can reduce the pinching of kernels since the auger has a smaller and more consistent gap between the auger flighting and floor compared to the Geringhoff Rota Disc® system.
  • Relax and enjoy worry-free, automated, on-the-go unloading – The massive capacity boost of an X Series Combine with a 16-row corn head means you’ll need to unload more often. Take the worry out of on-the-go unloading by choosing Machine Sync, which allows the combine operator to control the tractor and grain cart's movement to make unloading more comfortable than ever.
  • AutoTrac™ Row Sense™ is the perfect choice whether you harvest six or 18 rows at a time –To get harvest done on time, you need to run faster, which will make you appreciate AutoTrac Row Sense. Corn heads offer AutoTrac RowSense in base equipment to closely follow the rows  with less operator effort. In down corn, terraces, or pivots, it works efficiently while reducing operator’s stress.

Rota Disc is a trademark of Carl Geringhoff Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG

Sours: https://www.deere.com/en/harvesting/corn-heads/c16r-corn-head/
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RowMax Row Units

 

All John Deere corn heads are equipped with proven and durable RowMax row-units that immediately seize crop and pull it into the auger. Gathering chains, sprockets, chain guides, and stalk rolls are all designed to provide extended wear life.

 

  • Minimize row-unit repairs and maintenance, extend the life of the corn head, and lower overall ownership costs with durable RowMax row-units that deliver a 50 percent increase in the life of gathering chains and sprockets.
  • Increase harvest speeds with larger, deep conveying lugs to provide high levels of productivity.
  • Prevent rust and dents with row-unit points and covers constructed from tough, durable, and solid material.
  • Easily feed crop into the header, especially in down crop conditions, with a smooth surface and low friction provided by the row-unit covers.
  • Simply access each row-unit by quickly and easily raising each row-unit cover with no tools required.
  • Effortlessly adjust and level corn head divider points with a tooless design compared to time-consuming height adjustment when bolt or chain is used.
  • Prevent ears of corn from falling out of the front of each row-unit with ear-saver shields integrated into the row-unit deck shields.

 

  • After the initial stretch of the gathering chain, producers can expect increased chain life and adjustment only once a season.
  • Attached to the gathering chain are conveying lugs. The gathering chain is exposed at the front of the row-unit to enable better gathering of down corn, while the attachment link profile reduces trash intake and shelling loss.
  • The idler sprockets were designed to distribute chain load and increase chain life. The idler bearing contains a triple-lip seal plus an additional sealed outer steel shroud for bearing protection.
  • The chain guides have been designed with a raised roller surface to ensure gathering chains roll on the profile of the guide. Running on the rollers of the chain increases overall system efficiency by reducing friction, which results in increased gathering chain life.

 

Improved LED Lighting

Modern styling and light-emitting diode (LED) lighting increase overall header visibility in low light settings.

Benefits

  • Dual-purpose end divider panel LED light:
    • Provides combine and grain cart operators with greater visibility to the outside of the header
    • Illuminates updated styling of the end panel
    • Has a pivoting bracket that allows for a light when servicing or repairing items under the end panel in low light situations

  • Dual-purpose end divider tip LED light:
    • Provides combine and grain cart operators with greater visibility to the outside of the header
    • Reduces combine operator difficulty when re-engaging in crop on a headland turn


All LED lighting works in conjunction with in-cab combine field lighting controls for quick and easy illumination.

 

19" Auger Improve Feeding & Reduce Grain Damage

Work easier in tough conditions, high material other than grain (MOG), and high moisture corn. The larger, 48.3-cm (19-in.) auger with increased torque (compared to the 700C 45.7-cm [18-in.] auger) features a deeper rolled auger floor to help operators cover more hectares (acres) per hour than previous models. It also ensures operators are never limited by the corn head feed rate, even with a larger X9 or S700 Combine.

Benefits

  • Improve feeding in dry trash, reduce ear tossing, and prevent crop wrapping while ensuring every kernel makes it inside the combine with a large 48.3-cm (19-in.) cross auger. It features deep auger flighting and a rolled floor coupled with a 66-cm (26-in.) pitch on the auger flighting.

  • Harvest additional bushels per hour with the corn head’s larger auger and increased slip clutch torque
  • Reduce grain damage discounts at the elevator by $500 a year with a tighter distance between the auger flighting and floor.
    • NOTE: Compared to a 45.7-cm (18-in.) auger with a non-rolled auger bed floor. Based on Schedule of Discounts for Corn published by Archer Daniels Midland on 31 May 2017. Measure at going from 6.0 percent damage discount to 5.0 percent damage discount.
  • The slower auger speed reduces ear tossing in front of the feederhouse and moves material from the back of the row-unit into the auger to keep material flowing in dry trash and down corn feeding conditions.

  • Reduce damage to the ear (due to back feeding or stalling at the rear of the row-unit) by allowing crop to quickly move away from the row-unit and into the augers with a lowered auger floor entrance.

  • Reduce the amount of wrapping in heavy grass, vines, or wet/damp down corn with dual-auger strippers which significantly keep ears down on the auger floor rather than riding over the top.

Additional details

The CR Corn Head clutch value is 400 Nm (295 lbf), compared to the 700C at 300 Nm (221 lbf). The smaller rigid corn heads (12R22 and smaller) utilize a single side drive with one auger and one clutch per head. Larger rigid corn heads (12R30 and larger) utilize a dual side drive with two augers and two clutches per head. The CF Corn Head clutch value is 770 Nm (568 lbf) for all configurations, compared to the 700FC at 450 Nm (332 lbf). All folding corn heads are single side auger drives with one clutch per head.

The 66-cm (26-in.) pitch on the cross auger features reversed flighting in the center, tilting back 20 degrees at the beginning and then an additional 20 degrees the last 5.08 cm (2 in.) toward the tip. The auger runs at a speed of 135 rpm with the combine’s backshift speed set at 700 rpm. The cross auger can be adjusted by loosening the bolts at each end of the head and moving the auger up or down.

The top auger stripper does not require adjustment as it will remain at the needed position relative to the auger flighting. Once the auger has been set to the crop condition, the lower stripper can be adjusted 6 mm to 13 mm (0.25 in. to 0.5 in.) to the auger flighting. There is a 35-mm (1.4-in.) clearance between the auger flighting and floor.

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John Deere Introduces Entire New Header Lineup Including Drapers, Corn Heads and a Belt Pickup

John Deere X9 Combine working in canola field

When used with a John Deere X9 Combine, a BP15 Belt Pickup can handle 30 acres of wheat or 23 acres of canola windrows per hour.

OLATHE, Kan. (June 15, 2020) — John Deere has updated its entire header lineup for combines to include new HDR Rigid Cutterbar Drapers, RDF HydraFlex™ Drapers, CR and CF Corn Heads and a BP15 Belt Pickup. Each is compatible with John Deere X Series and most S Series and T Series Combines to help achieve maximum harvesting capacity while minimizing grain loss under a wide range of crops and conditions.

John Deere HDR Rigid Cutterbar Drapers are ideal for small grains, oilseed or soybean growers who want to maximize their combine’s acres per hour across various crops, changing conditions and uneven or rolling terrain while capturing more grain. “The HDR has a new hinged frame that provides unmatched terrain-following capability with twice the wing range as a MacDon® FD1 FlexDraper® with uniform cut height when harvesting on curves or uneven terrain,” said Matt Badding, harvesting product manager for John Deere.

An HDR Draper will help unlock more of the combine’s harvesting capacity and capture more grain from the field, especially when harvesting down or lodged crops, according to Badding. “These easy-to-use drapers effectively pick up and sweep the down or lodged crop across the cutterbar to recover more crop thanks to a consistent distance between the reel fingers and cutterbar, improved reel range and increased reel-drive motor torque,” Badding said. “HDR Drapers can be ordered with optional John Deere Grain Saver Draper Belts. These belts can save farmers up to $1,240 USD ($1,750 CAD*) per year across 1,500 acres by reducing canola cutterbar loss up to 25% when compared with traditional, smooth draper belts.”

HDR Drapers are available in cutting widths from 35 feet to 50 feet to bring more crop into your combine with each pass, increasing the number of acres harvested per hour and per day. “Farmers can upgrade from our 45-foot-wide draper to the new 50-foot wide draper and can harvest up to 33 acres more per day,” Badding said.

John Deere RDF HydraFlex Drapers are built on the field-proven cutting technology of the existing John Deere 700FD while providing new features to reduce grain loss. These new drapers are compatible with new X Series, S Series and T Series Combines dating back to model year 2012. All RDF HydraFlex Drapers feature a new Two-Speed Center Feed Section that lets operators slow down the feed drum and center feed belt by 20% compared with the 700FD. “This puts more grain in the tank by reducing free grain loss. Operators can easily go from low to high speed to save easy shelling crops such as soybeans,” Badding said. “RDF HydraFlex Drapers reduce grain loss and let operators harvest at faster speeds without sacrificing cut quality.”

These drapers, carryover the field-proven John Deere 4-inch double-cut, dual-drive shaft HydraFlex Cutterbar. The knife system provides industry-exclusive cutting performance by making 1,980 cuts per minute to enable faster harvesting speeds. Two center feed belt options are available as standard equipment to optimize the RDF HydraFlex Draper for multiple crops and conditions. The standard belt minimizes pod tossing in easy-shelling crops such as soybeans. An optional cleated center belt is available to feed higher-volume crops like canola into the feed drum.

John Deere CR Rigid Corn Heads help farmers who use X Series, S Series and T Series Combines to harvest more bushels per hour in high-yielding corn while minimizing grain loss and damage. “These heads feature a 19-inch cross auger and rolled auger floor to help improve grain handling,” Badding said. “The higher torque of the large auger ensures the corn head is not the limiting factor so farmers can realize the true bushels-per-hour potential of the combine. The space between the auger flighting and rolled auger floor minimize the opportunity for ears to pinch or grind, reducing grain damage during harvest.”

For harvesting leaning, down or flat crop, CR Rigid Corn Heads can be equipped from the factory with Active End Fenders that pull more stalks into the head as the combine moves through the field. Another new feature of these heads is the factory-installed Stalk Deflectors that press standing corn stalks to the ground and fracture them at the base as the head passes over them. These deflectors reduce tire or track wear caused by standing corn stalks and help preserve the trade-in value of the combine and other equipment moving in and out of fields.

John Deere CF Folding Corn Heads include all the features of CR Rigid Corn Heads but feature a low-profile folding frame. “These heads are ideal for farmers who demand high productivity in the field and easy transport between fields during tight harvest windows,” Badding said. There are 12-, 16- and 18-row CF Folding Corn Heads available for X Series Combines and 12-row heads for S Series Combines.

CF Folding Corn Heads feature an industry-leading fold cycle time of less than 60 seconds when the corn head is connected to Deere S700 Combines and approximately 40 seconds with Deere X9 Combines. When transporting between fields, operators will appreciate the 8-foot, 2-inch improvement in visibility over the 700FC and 14-foot, 4-inch visibility improvement over the Geringhoff Rota Disc®.

“A John Deere CF Folding Corn Head reduces a farmer’s operating costs by eliminating the need to purchase a header trailer to transport between fields,” Badding said. “The folding corn head also eliminates the time needed to mount the header to a trailer and then reattach it to the combine at the next field. After harvest, the head requires less storage space in the shed.”

John Deere is also offering the BP15 Belt Pickup for small grains and oilseed growers who need to harvest more acres per hour with an X Series, S Series or T Series Combine. “These new belt pickups deliver a 20% faster feed rate than the Deere 615P to easily handle high-volume crops in tough conditions,” Badding said. “Compared with the 615P, this new pickup has a wider feederhouse opening with adjustable feed auger flighting and tines that allow this belt-pickup platform to harvest more acres per hour. When used with an X9 Combine, a BP15 can handle 30 acres of wheat or 23 acres of canola windrows per hour.”

The BP15 features improved feed rate adjustability to handle large or bulky crops with a standard two-speed auger drive sprocket that delivers a 20% faster feed rate that’s ideal for harvesting canola. A slower speed feed rate can be used for less bulky crops like cereals and grass seed. A factory-installed crop shield minimizes grain loss by ensuring more crop goes through the feederhouse, preventing it from building up and laying on the feederhouse. “Operators will spend less time making adjustments and more time harvesting,” Badding said. “For example, no tools are needed to adjust the height of the large, 20-inch gauge wheels for varying windrow conditions and crop types.”

Each of the new drapers, corn heads and the belt pickup come with a header control unit (HCU) that communicates seamlessly with the combine. The HCU saves head-specific factory calibration settings and collects and sends header-width information to the combine for accurate yield mapping. “The HCU also detects and reports header-specific diagnostic codes, plus tracks hours of use and maintenance intervals,” Badding said. “With this information in hand, farmers can now protect their new header investment with a John Deere PowerGard ™ Protection Plan extended warranty program.”

John Deere dealers will start taking orders for the drapers, corn heads and belt pickup later this summer. For more details visit your local dealer or JohnDeere.com.

*Note: Based on foreign exchange rate as of March 31, 2020, and assumption: 0.125 bushel savings of canola per acre.

 

Sours: https://www.deere.com/en/our-company/news-and-announcements/news-releases/2020/agriculture/2020jun15-drapers-corn-heads-belt-pickup/
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