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T993003 Fan for combine
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Inventor: Kolthoff, Jr.
Date Issued: April 1, 1980
Application: 06/004,115
Filed: January 17, 1979
Inventors: Kolthoff, Jr.; C. Paul (Naperville, IL)
Assignee: International Harvester Company (Chicago, IL)
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U.S. Class: 165/86; 209/11; 34/86; 460/100; 56/12.2
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Abstract: A cross flow blower unit for use in a grain cleaning system of a self-propelled combine harvester. The rotor of the blower unit doubles as a rotary heat exchanger for use in the engine coolant system and furnishes a heated air stream to the grain cleaning system for drying and removing moisture from the kernels of grain undergoing cleaning treatment therein.
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