Rice Thresher

This Superfine rice thresher is used to detach rice from the harvested rice crops and separates clean threshed rice from the stalks and husks.
• Threshes rice
• Removes the seeds from the stalks and husks
• Cleans crop
• Saves time
• Increase speed
• Increase output

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Superfine Rice Thresher is easy to discharge the rice, it can automatically remove the residues, we offer high durable wheel bumper model rice thresher which are widely used to separate the head of a stalk of grain from the straw and then further to separate the kernel from the rest of the head. These are offered with sturdy frame with double bright nut & spring washer. Manufactured with quality raw material, our range comprises a main shaft and a pedestal, which offers superior performance. Widely acknowledged for reliability and high in strength, our range offers a complete solution to all threshing requirements. A threshing machine or a thresher is a piece of farm equipment that threshes grain, that is, it removes the seeds from the stalks and husks. It does so by beating the plant to make the seeds fall out. Thresher, farm machine for separating wheat, peas, soybeans, and other small grain and seed crops from their chaff and straw. Primitive threshing methods involved beating by hand with a flail or trampling by animal hooves.

  1. Load the feed tray with harvested crop with the panicle away from the operator, so it is fed panicle first into the thresher.
  2. Feed the crop at a uniform rate. Adjust the feed rate to match the condition of the material. Maintain maximum feeding rate without overloading the engine.

Thresher, farm machine for separating wheat, peas, soybeans, and other small grain and seed crops from their chaff and straw. Primitive threshing methods involved beating by hand with a flail or trampling by animal hooves. An early threshing machine, patented in 1837 by Hiram A. and John A. Pitts of Winthrop, Maine, U.S., was operated by horsepower. Large stationary threshers powered by steam engines or tractors, common in the early part of the 20th century, were part of harvesting systems in which the grain was cut either by binders or by headers. In most farm regions, threshers, binders, and headers were all superseded by combines during the 20th century.

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