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Calmer Corn Heads introduces chopping knife rolls

Agriculture.com Staff 04/03/2007 @ 1:30pm

The Calmer Revolving Window Knife Rolls are available in two models. The Revolving Window Knife Roll Replacement Shells are available for the three-piece knife roll used on current John Deere 90 Series corn heads. The One-Piece Revolving Window Knife Roll replaces Pixall and Tapered or straight fluted rolls on 40 and 90 series John Deere Corn Heads.

Revolving Window Knife Rolls utilize four strategically placed flutes instead of six, which creates two windows per revolution and four modes of action: receiving, pinch, pull down, and release.

The MSRP for the One Piece Revolving Window Knife Rolls are $470 per pair. (one left and one right). The Revolving Window Knife Roll Replacement Shells lists for $99.85 each. Both models are also available as part of a Trash Reduction row-unit upgrade kits.

For more information, contact Calmer Corn Heads, Inc., at 309/629-9000 or visit www.calmercornheads.com.

The Calmer Revolving Window Knife Rolls are available in two models. The Revolving Window Knife Roll Replacement Shells are available for the three-piece knife roll used on current John Deere 90 Series corn heads. The One-Piece Revolving Window Knife Roll replaces Pixall and Tapered or straight fluted rolls on 40 and 90 series John Deere Corn Heads.

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