Grain tank capacity of up to 12,500 l.
After the threshing unit, residual grain separation and cleaning systems have done their work, the cleaned grain is collected in the expandable grain tank. Here too, with a large volume of up to 12,500 litres, the LEXION demonstrates its capacity for high performance, enhanced by numerous other strengths.
The high-performance turret auger delivers up to 130 litres per second from the grain tank, reducing the time to offload crop and allowing the operator to spend more time harvesting. The smooth sides and shape of the grain tank ensure that it is emptied completely.
Convenient yield checking.
The large window in the back wall of the cab allows convenient visual inspection of the harvested crop. The interior of the grain tank is illuminated for work at night. An inspection door provides constant access so samples can be taken manually at any time.
The sample cup, which is always to hand in the space provided in the inspection door, also serves as a calibration container for determining the bulk density.
The QUANTIMETER measures and checks.
The primary functions of the QUANTIMETER are throughput measurement, moisture content measurement and data display in CEBIS. The throughput measurement is grain-specific. The moisture content of the crop is monitored continuously and displayed upon request.
During volume measurement in the grain elevator, a photo cell records filling of the individual paddles. Using appropriate correction factors, including the lateral and transverse tilt of the machine among other things, the QUANTIMETER automatically determines the precise quantity harvested.
All data are available in real time through CLAAS TELEMATICS or can be printed conveniently via CEBIS. Fully automatic chain tensioning for the elevator is standard with the QUANTIMETER.