Threshing or shelling consists of separating the grains

Threshing or shelling consists of separating the grains, or the shells in the case of groundnuts, from the portion of the plant that holds them.
This separation, done by hand or corn thresher machine, is obtained by threshing, by friction or by shaking the products; the difficulty of the process depends on the varieties grown, and on the moisture content and the degree of maturity of the grain.

Threshing or shelling operations

Threshing or shelling operations follow the harvest and whatever pre-drying of the crop is undertaken.
These operations may be carried out in the field or on the farm, by hand or with the help of animals or machines.

Threshing or shelling with motorized equipment

In describing operations of threshing or shelling with motorized corn sheller machine, the principal reference will be to motorized threshing-machines.
Although they are gradually being replaced by combine-harvesters, these machines still have an important place in the post-harvest production process, especially for their convertibility.
By the simple replacement of a few accessories and the appropriate changes in settings, these machines can treat different kinds of grain (e.g. rice, maize, sorghum, beans, sunflowers, wheat, soybeans, etc.).
the corn thresher machine is equipped with a rotating threshing-drum (with beaters or teeth) and a stationary counter-thresher, these machines often have devices to shake out the straw and to clean and bag the Brain.

The use of motorized threshers may require two or three workers.The main working parts corn sheller is installed on the machine rotor, through the rotor and the drum hit and threshing.the corn threshing machine is more widely used types of threshing equipment.
The small corn sheller can separate the corn from the corn body without breaking the corn cob.The small corn threshing machine is compact designed and can clearly separate the corn from the corn body,and throw the corn at the same time.we also supply wheat thresher for farmer to save labor

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