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Can someone explain how how this system works. I realize that it rethreshes the tailings somehow without dumping into the rotor, and sends it back onto the active grain pan. But what moves it and how is it rethreshed?
 

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The "Tri sweep tailings processor"
, is actually a system made of 3 impellers that thrash the grain that is run through the return system. It comes from the return auger to the first impeller, then is throw up into the 2nd, thrashed again, then thrown into the 3rd , thrashed again, and then thrown onto the sieve area. It is powered by a belt. It's kind of like the re thrashing system on the old Massey Ferguson combines. It seems to work pretty good. The 8010's and 7010's in our area are doing great. Hope this helps.
 
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