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WHY AIR?

Imagine evenly feeding your crop into the header, reducing shatter loss without mechanically touching it. The AWS Airbar offers the ability to blow air in excess of 200mph, moving the crop quickly off the knife and onto the header
AWS Airbar - Brush Kits - Improves Yield

Yield Gains of 1-4 Bushels Per Acre

1-Shatter Loss

Reduced Shatter Loss

2-Improving Feed

Improved Feeding

3-Fast Ground Speed

Faster More Even Ground Speeds

WHAT CROPS?

The benefits of harvesting with air can be witnessed across an array of crops

Soy. Dry

Soybeans               Dry Beans

Lent. Chick

Lentils               Chickpeas

Cano. Sorg

 Canola                Sorghum

Popp. Grass

Poppy Seed               Grass Seed

Cer

Cereals                                     

THE FAN

The Belt and Pulley Drive Fan is:
– designed to be the most efficient fan on the
market.
– a straightforward way of transferring power
without creating excessive heat and strain on
equipment.
– light weight, making mounting and servicing
easier.
– a simple more efficient design meaning lower
operational costs.
– designed to reduces shock to feeder house
drive when in operation.
– built using industry standard components
making replacement parts readily available

The Fan

WHY WE THINK VERTICALLY

Our vertically mounted fan inlet screen self cleans more easily than horizontal designs. The cleaner the screen stays the more air the fan can put out. Furthermore you reduce the amount of trash that the fan takes in which increases fan impellor life and reduces
plugged nozzles. A cleaner screen leads to more efficient operation and improved
air flow.

Vertical

THE IMPORTANCE OF FLOW

The smoother the airflow from the fan; less restriction equals more air

flow

Optimized duct routing minimizes flow loss.

flow 2

Compact installation, tight to the header, not effecting the overall width

DESIGNED TO FIT ALL MAJOR MODELS

Each AWS Airbar is specifically designed to fit all the major header manufacturers. The belt drive fans is set to optimal performance for each combine gearing ratio. Nozzle spacing on the out-front manifold is arranged to not interfere with factory reel fingers.

fan fit
ratio

AWS 1 PIECE AIR MANIFOLDS

– The ability to span up to 40’ for some models of headers.
– Stronger compared to a multi-section bolt together system.
– Internal baffle equalizes nozzle air flow across the full length of the manifold
– Cable truss system furthers minimizes deflection in the pipe.

1piece

AWS SPLIT-REEL AIR MANIFOLDS

split-reel

– Flexible rubber coupler joins the 2 manifolds together while allowing flexibility
– Single Actuator synchronizes both air manifolds to rotate together
– From 30′ to 45′

AWS NOZZLE DESIGN

AWS Airbar uses a single nozzle length  42” or 48” depending on specific header) to ensure the greatest effectiveness. In comparison, other manufacturers use an alternating pattern of 36/42” nozzles, leading to an uneven distribution of air across the knife.

Nozzles

The incline of the canvas and the more forward position of the reel of a draper head require a unique solution to best place the air stream. AWS Airbar’s 48” long double bend nozzles wrap the reel more effectively, and move the crop more efficiently from the knife.

AIR IMPROVES YOUR ROI

Increase profits at the bottom line with little overhead investment

ROI Breakdown Per Acre

Soybeans

Without Airbar $20.90
With Airbar (1bu) $31.40
With Airbar (2bu) $41.90
With Airbar (3bu) $52.40
With Airbar (4bu) $62.90
Estimate Operating Cost Per Acre
$367.60
Price $ per unit
$10.50/bu
Yields/acre Without Airbar
37
Yields/acre With Airbar (1bu)
38
Yields/acre With Airbar (2bu)
39
Yields/acre With Airbar (3bu)
40
Yields/acre With Airbar (4bu)
41
Unit type (bu. Or lb.)
bu
Gross Rev./ acre Without Airbar 
$388.50
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (1bu)
$399.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (2bu)
$409.50
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (3bu)
$420.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (4bu)
$430.50
Net Profit Without Airbar
$20.90
Net Profit with Airbar (1 bu)
$31.40
Net Profit with Airbar (2 bu)
$41.90
Net Profit with Airbar (3 bu)
$52.40
Net Profit with Airbar (4 bu)
$62.90

Dry Beans

Without Airbar $44.89
With Airbar (1bu) $62.89
With Airbar (2bu) $80.89
With Airbar (3bu) $98.89
With Airbar (4bu) $116.89
Estimate Operating Cost Per Acre
$495.11
Price $ per unit
$.50/lb
Yields/acre Without Airbar
1800
Yields/acre With Airbar (1bu)
1860
Yields/acre With Airbar (2bu)
1920
Yields/acre With Airbar (3bu)
1980
Yields/acre With Airbar (4bu)
2040
Unit type (bu. Or lb.)
lb
Gross Rev./ acre Without Airbar 
$540.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (1bu)
$558.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (2bu)
$576.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (3bu)
$594.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (4bu)
$612.00
Net Profit Without Airbar
$44.89
Net Profit with Airbar (1 bu)
$62.89
Net Profit with Airbar (2 bu)
$80.89
Net Profit with Airbar (3 bu)
$98.89
Net Profit with Airbar (4 bu)
$116.89

Lentils

Without Airbar $37.85
With Airbar (1bu) $49.85
With Airbar (2bu) $61.85
With Airbar (3bu) $73.85
With Airbar (4bu) $85.85
Estimate Operating Cost Per Acre
$4382.15
Price $ per unit
$.20/lb
Yields/acre Without Airbar
2100
Yields/acre With Airbar (1bu)
2160
Yields/acre With Airbar (2bu)
2220
Yields/acre With Airbar (3bu)
2280
Yields/acre With Airbar (4bu)
2340
Unit type (bu. Or lb.)
lb
Gross Rev./ acre Without Airbar 
$420.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (1bu)
$432.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (2bu)
$444.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (3bu)
$456.00
Gross Rev./ acre With Airbar (4bu)
$468.00
Net Profit Without Airbar
$37.85
Net Profit with Airbar (1 bu)
$49.85
Net Profit with Airbar (2 bu)
$61.85
Net Profit with Airbar (3 bu)
$73.85
Net Profit with Airbar (4 bu)
$85.85
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