Concept

Chaser bin

Summary
A chaser bin, also called grain cart, bank out wagon or (grain) auger wagon, is a trailer towed by a tractor with a built-in auger conveyor system, usually with a large capacity (from several hundred to over 1000 bushels; around is average). Design The typical setup of a chaser bin is a cross auger, which feeds the folding unload auger, which in turn empties the contents into waiting Grain hopper trailers or mother bins. In the past bins ranged in size, from 12T to 38T in most cases. Single axle bins usually can only handle a maximum of 20T of grain. These days things have certainly progressed with a Western Australia Manufacturer (Grainking PTY LTD) building their range of Single Axle Chasers starting at 20T through to 32T, handlimg this with ease. Others may find the excess weight placing undue strain on the axle, potentially causing failure, especially on rough terrain. Bins above a capacity of 20T, tend to feature a "walking beam" chassis. This chassis design fe
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