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Research and development of an automatic sacking device for a combine harvester. II: Automatic sacking devices AP 743, AP 744 and AP 755



Research and development of an automatic sacking device for a combine harvester. II: Automatic sacking devices AP 743, AP 744 and AP 755



Journal of the Society of Agricultural Machinery, Japan 41(4): 573-580



All 3 prototype sacking devices were tested in the laboratory and in the field over 2 seasons. AP 743 is similar to AP 732 having a tank with 2 compartments, a chute, cam-type bag divider, drive clutch and grain level sensor. Errors were observed in the tests, due to the difficulty of maintaining the relative position between the cam of the divider and the hook of the bag constant. From the experience gained, models AP 744 and AP 755 were developed.

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