International Sources Of Clamptype Corn Shellers

Allied T rading Company (India) Railway Road, Ambala City 134 002 Haryana, India

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P.O. Box H, ii);ii;iki City Osaka Preí. 567, Japan

Cosstd fc Co. Pvt., Ltd. Industrial Area, Fa/algunj Kanpur, India

Dandekar Brothers ('Engineers & Founders) Sangii, Maharashtra, India

R. Hunt k Co., Ltd. Atlas Works, Earls Coine Colchester, Essex C06 2EP, U.K.

The ;Uln\ Shelter secured to a aertiial bonrd om intght iittnilt il to n fence. R. Hunt

Bu\ 753ti fsmaniiesimt's 1?000. .South \;i :< ••

Ramunies, Situs, & jt'lfi tfs. Ltd. Nacton Rd.

SOURCES OF OTHER MANUAL CORN SNEILERS

This sheller has all-metal parts of either cast iron or steel. The housing frame is constructed of oak. ant! the remainder of the sheller is alder or maple. The fiv.vl.ieei is 21 inches in diameter and is mounted on a %-inch steel shaft. The sheik't's dimensions are by 30 by -12 inches, and it weighs approximately !25 pounds.

Hand Crank Corn Shellars
The AVI Cornsheller, showing the hand crank a mi corn exit. On the other side of the sheller, u large flywheel givei each stroke momentum.

American Village Institute

I tO Meyers Si

Rotary Corn Thresher Plans

Fully illustrated instructions tor building a corn thresher are available from 11 DO. On this mode!, drive is supplied by converting a bicycle pedal and sprocket system into a hand dank.

Rotary Corn Thresher Plans

Fully illustrated instructions tor building a corn thresher are available from 11 DO. On this mode!, drive is supplied by converting a bicycle pedal and sprocket system into a hand dank.

Tool Manual Thresher Corn

iniei mediate l et Imology Publi« aiions, I .id.® 9 King Si.

London \VC 2E KHN, England

0.'Co( :o Sheller Type Number 4

Sheller No. í is treadle-operated and attached to a stand with driving gears, flywheel, I and pedai. The body is made of cast iron, the stand of angle iron. Its capacity ranges between j 300 and 350 bushels per hour at a standard rate | oi 250 revolutions per nimme. Shipping weight: | 75 kilograms,

NORTH AMERICAN SOURCES OF POWER CORN SHELIERS

Burrows Corn Sheller flui rows' Model 22 is the smallest of three available sliellers with aspirator and rob blower. : Operable with either a 10 or 15 li p. motor, it | uilS vield a capacity of up to -100 bushels per j * IiiH'i niL'di.Kc Technology publications can be ] ordered I rom Intern,iiional Scholarly Hook Service, Inc., Box 555, Forest Grove, Oregon 971 Id.

Models arc tit, and 50

hour. I ho S-iuch diameter cob pipe can he lip to too tecs tuuj; «it!i up to 13 feet of vertical pipe Ml Height of the sheller is I tec".. jIm» available :o be nut uith 25. 30 h.p, motors.

Bmruws I'.quipuu'iH Co. 13 IB Sherman Ave. Mansion. II, (¡020-1

llaban Number 101-007 Husker-Sheller

'i lu- Haban No. 101-00/ HuskcT-Sheller is made to shelf corn of am varietv or size. Corn is let! into the machine at a comfortable height of inches, A corn thrower is used to elevate the shelled corn into a truck or storage container. This mode-! is available on wheels or as a staiionaiy unit with a power take-off drive. It requires a 15 to li.p. gasoline or 5 to 7 h.p. ek'i U K motor.

Haban So. ¡01-1)07 Hunker Shelter, complete with two wheel trailer. Haban Mfg. Co.

Haban So. ¡01-1)07 Hunker Shelter, complete with two wheel trailer. Haban Mfg. Co.

Haban Sheller

SHELLING CAPACITY IN BUSHELS PER HOUR

Moisture Cciment of Corn (Percent)

17 Percent 17 lo 25 25 Permit

ComHiion of C orn and Less Percent and Greater

Clean corn (no husk:,) 350 to 500 250 lo 350 200 to 250

Corn with 50 percent husks 250 to .150 200 to 250 150 to 200

Corn with 100 percent husks 200 to 250 150 to 200 100 to 150

Haban Husker-Sheller

Haban's smaller unit, powered by a 6 h.p. gasoline or 2 h.p. electric motor, also handles all types and sizes of corn. It separates husks, cobs, dirt, and dust. Feeding height is 33 inches.

Both shellc-rs are made by: Haban Mfg. Co. Racine, \VI 53-10-1 Sears Husker-,Shelters

Until 107S, .Sears offered a three-point hitch

Haban Sheller
Hnhun So. 101-005 Hushvr Shelter. loinpU'h' with }-/>oint lift. Ualwu MfK. Co.

and pull-behind husker-sheller opera l ed off a tractor's power take-oil shaft. It could strip husks, extract cobs, and separate and clean shells of most types of corn. The sheller was constructed of 36 by 21 by 56-irich-high, heavy-duty galvanized steel units with low, four-way adjustable hoppers for convenient loading. The cob stacker pipe discharged husks and cobs at many positions. A large cleaning Ian and sieve with controlled air blasts (leaned shelled corn three times Seats discontinued its sheller for lack of demand, but ti.cv may return it to the market if a demand reveals itself!

.Sears, Roebuck &: Co. Farm and Ranch Catalog

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