Sampo Rosenlew Since inception in 1957, Sampo has been manufacturing range of combines, all with the straw walker technology, starting from Plot combines of 75hp with 1.5 m cutting width to the large 300 HP + Combines, with cutting width upto 6.9m. While these combine harvesters were originally designed for the challenging harvesting conditions occurring in northern latitudes, they are equally well suited for use in hot and dry climates. Sampo Harvesters are known for their reliability, power, low table losses, excellent clean ability, maximum grain separation and unprecedented driving ergonomics.
Based in Japan, produces two types of combine Harvesters - The Half feed and Full Feed (Conventional-Reel) design. All combine Harvesters are track type, with Hydrostatic Transmission for smooth travel operations. All these combines demonstrate excellent work-ability in wet conditions. The Half Feed range includes harvesters from 2 Row, 11 HP to 6 Row, 98 HP Harvesters.
Some Technologies that are available are the Horizontal Automatic Control that keeps the Harvester Horizontal in uneven conditions, feeding chain synchronised to the travel speed so that a contant amount of feed is fed to the threshing drum, Single control lever for maneuveraing and cutting height adjustments, twin cylinder threshing drums (operating at different rpms) that delivers upto 30% higher threshing efficiency. The Full feed range includes harvesters from 40HP to 114 HP
Swaraj, were the first to manufacture harvesters in India and they were designed for the farmers like those of India, to handle multiple crop harvests. Swaraj offers Crawler Harvesters and the Wheel Harvesters in Tangential Axial Flow and Straw Walker variants, and are known to offer increased productivity and reduce grain losses.
Mahindra offers three types of harvesters - wheel type, crawler type and tractor mounted, which are known for their low cost of operations and the industry best payback period. The tractor mounted harvesters in particular gives farmers complete harvesting solutions from cutting to the threshing of crop.