It harvests grain crops. It combines three seperate operations comprising harvesting-reaping, threshing and winnowing into a single process. The waste straw left behind in the field, including dried stems and leaves of the crop, is either chopped and spread on the field or baled for feed and bedding for livestock.
- Thorough threshing and clear separation
- Low grain breakage and high grain cleanness small truing radios
- Well adaptation to the crops of slightly wet, lodged or hard to thresh and good maneuverability in the wet and soft field