Vehicle that harvests seed crops, usually grain; it cuts, threshes and separates the seeds from the chaff.
Unit at the end of the cutter bar that separates the furrow meant to be cut from the others.
Unit that consists of a metal blade with beveled sections and is of adjustable height; it is used to cut the crop stalks while moving.
Rotating unit underneath the cutter bar that draws the stalks into the rotating auger.
Toothed bar that rotates on the pickup reel’s transverse axle.
Prong on the bat that causes the crop stalks to fall.
Usually rotating unit that regulates the flow of the harvested crop arriving at the thresher, which separates the grain from the chaff.
Double rotating worm that gathers the harvest to the center of the header, where it is conveyed to the feeding tube.
Propeller device that spreads hay from the back of the harvester the width of the cut to facilitate plowing the hay under the soil.
Duct through which the grain is transferred from the tank to a trailer.
Device converting the combustion of fuel and air into mechanical energy.
Compartment from which the driver operates the combine harvester.
Mechanism that conveys the harvested grain to the tank.
Container that temporarily stores harvested grain.