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The World’s Leading International Exhibition for Agricultural Machinery and Equipment
The World’s Leading International Exhibition for Agricultural Machinery and Equipment

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Developed jointly with:
John Deere GmbH & Co. KG

Since the corn borer spread across Germany about 15 years ago, it has become the most notorious pest in silage maize crops in the country. It causes losses in yield and quality, because the cobs do not develop well, and they become infested with Fusaria which may then spread to the following wheat crop. One of the most important methods to fight the pest, along with chemical and biological options, is to chop the maize stubble thoroughly and immediately after the crop is harvested. The Kemper StalkBuster is the first stubble-destroying technology that forms an integral part of a maize header. It is the only machine on the market that destroys all the stubble before it is driven on by the forager or the tractor and trailer. Usually about 30% of the stubble remains intact, and as the corn borer winters inside it, a high percentage of undestroyed. Stubble offers them a haven so they can infest the area again the following year. The corn borer pupates in the stubble in spring and the moth starts infesting the new crop after that.The topper is integrated in the header, is relatively lightweight and has a relatively low power input requirement. This means no extra limitations apply for legal road transport. The Kemper StalkBuster is a technical solution that offers great benefits for users, their productivity and the environment.
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Currently operators have to find out by themselves which settings strike the best balance between the optimum drum speed, the optimum concave gap, the suitable aggressiveness of threshing and the quality of the grain. Some operators find this complexity too difficult to come to terms with, and find setting up the combine a chore. Consequently, very often a combine is not set up perfectly to suit the current harvest conditions.

Cemos Auto Threshing is the first system that sets the tangential threshing system on straw walker and hybrid machines automatically. As such, it makes a significant contribution to optimizing the quality of work and performance. Depending on the strategy entered into the system by the operator, it sets the drum speed and the concave gap for optimum results in the current harvest conditions. The USP of the entire system is the fact that all controllers communicate with each other. For example, the throughput controller operates via a special communication module to control the throughput relative to the threshing controller, as well as the separation and cleaning controllers.

Another module in the system is Auto Threshing, which for the first time completes the enormous complex technical step to implement fully automated threshing. On such a harvester, users no longer need to know which settings they have to make to get the desired results. Instead, they enter the harvesting strategy, which is then used by the auto-learning system to optimize all parameters. This innovative automation technology allows combine harvesters to continuously combine at maximum efficiency.
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