Specifications that are standard on all models of Gleaner combines include the gathering chain, the Natural Flow system, transverse fans, large bin capacity and Direct Flow material handling. Gleaner combines are available in the S7 and S8 super series with various sizes of AGCO diesel engines.
The gathering chain consists of a two-stage, four-strand system that smoothly feeds the cylinder at the same angle regardless of the header height. The lowered rear feed floor and the longer feed house allow for a higher grain flow rate. The Natural Flow system keeps material moving uninterrupted from the front of the machine to the rear with a transverse rotor in the Tritura processor.
The Gleaner combine's exclusive transverse fan system uses a two-stage cleaning process to more efficiently sift and remove the chaff keeping the grain cleaner than competitors' models. The company designs all of its combines with a low center of gravity, heavy final drives and welded frames to give its machines the highest bin capacities of any class 6, 7 or 8 combines in the industry.
The two-auger Direct Flow design has a transfer angle of 29 degrees instead of the industry-standard three or more auger systems that require a 90-degree turn. This reduces component wear and provides better quality grain while using less horsepower and reducing fuel consumption.