Bunker-drive reloading BNP – agricultural machinery for harvesting, is intended to increase the efficiency of logistics of cereals and oil crops. Bunker overloader and harvester – increase productivity by more than 25%. Bunker reloader designed jointly with British specialists, with the Gartech Group engineering company and meets international quality standards.
Benefits of using a hopper-driven reloader
#2 maintaining the integrity of the soil of its own field
#3 increase the durability of work Grain car trains
Egritech’s hoppers – are made of high quality raw materials and comply with international quality standards
The system of wheel pairs uses wide-profile rubber – it minimizes the load on the ground, increases the permeability and maneuverability of the equipment, as well as prevents the formation of soil seals
Basic provisions of the BNP hopper operation
Bunker BNP drive – moves in pairs with combines, directly in the field. The combines in motion overload the grain automatically, until the full hopper is full, without losing time to stop.
After filling the reservoir of the reloader, the hopper drive is sent to the edge of the field, where further its unloading takes place in Grain car trains (ASPS)
The unloading process is based on one part of the field. Usually this is a favorable place outside the field, having a free path to the exit. Grain car trains (ASPS) fills uniformly, alternately
Avoid having to go in the field Grain car trains (ASPS) minimizes the production of running parts and, due to time saving, significantly increases the logistics performance of the grain, especially after the effects of adverse weather
Such a technology allows to increase the efficiency of logistics by conveyor movement, one after another – combine harvester, tractor, hopper, grain carrier
Each model of agricultural machinery Egritech – is a unique business solution, carried out according to individual miscalculations, taking into account the maximum permeability, the load on equipment, the peculiarity of the base of grain storage facilities and the landscape of the field.