I’m curious how this will be in small grains as the sieve load could be uneven.
Twin rotor hybrid shoe load not even all the time either.
I’m working on it.
Heat isolation had to happen after dynamic cooling put the engine in stagnant air, they had created a fire trap heat box.Most impressive thing about the engine from a sunflower harvesting perspective is the amount of heat shielding they have built into the exhaust system. You can literally hold your bare hand on the exhaust pipe and not get burned. It is warm, but not hot enough to burn you. That should go a long way towards stopping the spontaneous ignition that plagues older machines of any color.
There is a big scoop in front of the radiators that pulls all of the air from the top side of the machine. There are also two wipers that brush the screens in front of the radiators. Those wipers have an exhaust fan attached to them that sucks all of the debris out and ejects it outside the scoop. The mechanic told me that it was similar to the pre-dynamic cooling Lexions, except the fan runs all the time the engine is running instead of just when the separator is engaged. Our 750 has dynamic cooling on it and frankly, this system looks much better to me. I have a hard time keeping the radiators clean on my 750, requiring daily attention with an air wand. I checked the Trion at the end of the day and there was no dust buildup between the fins that I could see.
Surprised at your cooling system description and your dislike of dynamic cooling.
Once fire issue was solved I’ve found dynamic cooling totally maintenance free.