We spread the chaff, nd open the back door, and caught the rotor windrow in a 1by2ft pan. We,ve never had rotor loss with our 2388,s . This is a small tube rotor, I'm wondering if thats the difference.
well i set our 9120 like this: concave 40, rotor 1050, fan 750, precleaner closed, top sieve 17 bottom 14. but we switched concaves around which made a big difference. put large wire or slotted concaves in the front on both sides, then smallwire behind them, and back to largewire in the back 2 sections, because most of the thrashing is done in the feederhouse
Would like to get back to this subject. Actually canola seatings was causing for us a biggest trouble so far. In canola we used to get the biggest losses. To be honest other combines (NH CX ) are leaving some thing like 2% on field as well. We harvesting 3-5t/h (depends on the season). More ideas on the subject more possibilities. So lets share experience