HARVEST WITH GLEANER
All combines have the same goal–to dependably harvest crop with the least amount of loss, foreign material, fuel, field damage and interruptions as possible. Most combine designs are similar to each other and therefore have similar results. The Gleaner design is fundamentally different and offers a level of harvesting performance that other combine makes are unable to achieve. We call it Optimum Harvesting Performance and its aim is to give you more and better results for every minute, gallon, pound and dollar the combine requires of you.
Purchasing a brand new combine is not always going to be in your budget. Walker Machinery can provide you with other solutions such as purchasing from our used inventory of combines. Feel free to browse online or visit one of our 8 different locations throughout West Virginia and Ohio.
GLEANER COMBINE EQUIPMENT
GLEANER S8 SERIES
Although the S8 Series is a new model for Gleaner, its components are not untested. Over eight decades, the Gleaner combine has become known for its 7 unique design and performance, and many of those unique attributes and mechanisms remain in this latest edition. Gleaner’s performance comes from the combination of our patented processes and components with a design unlike any of our competitors.
Gleaner S8 Series Models:
S68, S78, S88
GLEANER 3000 series corn heads
The 3000 Series corn heads remain the industry’s lowest angle corn heads, at only 21.5 degrees. Dividers slide under downed stalks and gently straighten them for fast, easy harvesting with less damage. Standard adjustable stripper plates are electrically controlled in-cab. Available in 6-row [30” (762 mm) – 36” (914 mm)], 8-row [30” (762 mm) – 36” (914 mm) – 38” (965 mm)] or 12-row [20” (508 mm) – 22” (559 mm) – 30” (762 mm)].
GLEANER 9250 Series dynaflex draper headers
With an up to 40-foot (12.2 m) cut, the DynaFlex™ allows you to take more crop efficiently to optimize combine capacity and reduce operator fatigue. The fully flexible, cab-controlled cutterbar with up to 8 inches (203 mm) of vertical travel allows you to take crop right at ground level. The drapers’ belt slats are reinforced with fiberglass and have v-belt guides for consistent, even tracking. Mechanically driven drapers and cutter bar offer more torque and no requirement of a separate hydraulic system.