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BLUEPAINT 462503 137 REM 1026 grain vac either
REM 1026 grain vac
This is what we use to load trucks .
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Loading oats with the VAC .
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How fast is it to laod a big semi like that BP?
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TasCowboy wrote:
How fast is it to laod a big semi like that BP?

Never really timed it but faster than a 10 inch auger , Maybe not as fast as a 13 inch ,Truckers love em because they blow the dust away ,The main reason for using them is to clean the bottom of flat floor bins (no shovelling) but they do improve bushell weight and reduce dockage considerably .
The TW 20 is usually on it but the MF 390 and ford 7600 will do it but don't like the initial start up (1000 pto)
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Ok, thanks.

I know a guy here who has a small Walinga Agrivac that he uses to load fertilizer into his drill (he is a seeding contractor). Farmers here mostly handle their fert in 1 tonne bgas, so he uses the Agrivac to shift the fert from the bags to the drill.
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TasCowboy wrote:
Ok, thanks.

I know a guy here who has a small Walinga Agrivac that he uses to load fertilizer into his drill (he is a seeding contractor). Farmers here mostly handle their fert in 1 tonne bgas, so he uses the Agrivac to shift the fert from the bags to the drill.


Totaly different concept to the walinga ,This is not a sucker /blower ,Rems,brandts,and others are "suck in ,auger out " Much better and faster .
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Ok, I didnt realise. They arent all that common here in Tas but I think there are quite a few floating around in the big grain growing regions of mainland Australia,

Cheers,

TC.
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Hi Bluepaint,

I borrowed one of these REM grain vacs for loading out from a shed we had to put some wheat into.

Found it was really slow (1200 bu/hour) even with maybe 10' of hose.

Maybe it needed a tune up or something...
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