Farm and Ag Market

01 May 2017

Ag Sprayers

Warner Linear H-Track Electric Actuator for Ag Sprayers

Larger agricultural sprayers, with ever-increasing boom lengths reaching 130 ft. in the U.S. (177 ft. in Europe), are becoming more and more popular. These larger capacity sprayers allow growers to complete their field applications more efficiently while saving time and fuel.

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02 March 2017

Warner Linear H-Track Actuator

Warner Linear Introduces New H-Track Actuators

Warner Linear has developed the new H-Track electric actuator with self-contained hydraulic actuation to meet the growing demand for power dense actuators used in a variety of industrial and mobile off-highway applications including mower deck lifts, snow plow blades, agricultural sprayer booms, and UTV dump beds.

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14 March 2016

Combine Chute Spout

Warner Linear B-Track K2x Electric Actuator for Adjustable Combine Chute Spout

A major global manufacturer of agriculture equipment required a rugged electric actuator solution for use on their line of combines. The actuator is mounted to the combine’s auger chute and lets the operator pivot the auger spout while grain is being unloaded. Instead of moving the combine, the operator can simply adjust the position of the spout, while sitting in the cab.

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25 January 2016

Folding Combine Auger

Warner Linear Modified B-Track K2x Actuator for Folding Combine Auger

A leading agriculture OEM needed a reliable electric actuator for use on their new folding combine augers. Augers can range in size up to 28 ft. long which allows for easy on-the-go unloading to adjacent wagons and trucks. However, the long augers can be damaged from excessive bouncing during transport.

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07 October 2013

Grain Truck Chute Opener

Warner Linear K2 Linear Actuators for Grain Truck Chute Opener

Robust electric actuators were needed by a manufacturer of remote-controlled chute openers installed on grain hauling trucks. While unloading seed, drivers typically must hurry from grain bins or air seeder tanks to get to the back of their trucks in order to manually adjust flow at the grain chute. This process can be dangerous, especially at night when injuries are more likely to occur.

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