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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-29-2014, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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The solution to tough threshing conditions

KX7's unique combination of MaxThresh and MaxRound concave assemblies deliver improved results in hard-to-thresh conditions.
  • A Louisiana farmer reports 15-20% better capacity with KX7 concaves over traditional concaves in hard threshing conditions.
  • A custom harvester in the high-wear Palouse region of Oregon saw a 12% increase in efficiency using KX7 concaves.
The KX7 concave system centers on patented box designs, MaxThresh and MaxRound. These boxes are designed with angled bars that meet the crop head-on, allow for customized threshing, and increase your rotary combine's capacity. The KX7 MaxThresh angled bars builds upon the proven benefits of a helical concave by optimizing the air flow disruption. The KX7 MaxRound brings the benefits of a helical design into the round bar category, improving threshing in corn and soybeans while also maximizing separation in small grains and cereals.

Visit www.KX7ag.com to find a long list of supported combine models.

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Look like sunnybrooks

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You're correct Bud. Sunnybrook has sold all concave related patents to us, and we operate on a joint agreement where KX7 markets its box concave designs to all areas outside Canada.
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