SHIKHAR BIG TUBE CORN SHELLER MACHINE
The operation of a corn sheller is similar to a threshing machine, but with some differences to deal with larger grain size and other differences of corn compared to wheat and other crops. Corn shellers can be powered by a hand crank, a tractor, a stationary engine, or by an electric motor. Whole corn cobs are fed in. They are pulled between two toothed wheels, usually made of metal. Each wheel spins the opposite direction of the other. The teeth pull the kernels off the cob until there are no kernels left. The kernels fall out through a screen into a container (such as a bucket) placed underneath the machine. The cob is then ejected out, since it cannot pass through the screen. Some models have a “walker”, similar to a threshing machine or combine, to take the cobs out.
|Induction Motor||1 HP|
|Spindle Speed||280 rpm|
|Capacity||1500 – 2000 Kg/h|
|Use||For all size of corn, highly effency|