A long tradition
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The lifting experience
Crop lifters have a long tradition at Schumacher. It was the easy-to mount grain lifter, a development by Gustav Schumacher, that led to the founding of the Schumacher enterprise and represented the beginning of a successful engagement with harvesting platforms. Today, crop lifters are essential in the harvesting of different crops such as cereals and soybeans.
For short-stemmed grain, downed crops and low-hanging ears and pods
For short-stemmed crops
For controlled intake of stalks in the header
The standard lifter
Efficiency to the max
The Generation L ASL and CML crop lifters meet famers’ demands for maximum service life and minimum harvest losses. For optimum reliability, the ASL and CML crop lifters feature the curved WaveTrack runner that brings added control and durability to the ASL and CML models.
Yield levels to the max
The kinked and raised SlimProfile finger lifts the stalks high enough and yet out of reach for the reel for maximum yields.
Attached and height adjusted without tools
Clearly better crop intake and threshing results from an optimized crop flow
Significant loss reduction
Reduced machine wear from less intake of soil and trash
Excellent dynamics and control
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Easy to mount
The invention also marked the beginning of Schumacher as an enterprise that evolved to become a successful group.
Easy to mount via a locking strap
Secure attachment by clamping into a double spool nut
Three height setting options
Push the runner into the double spool nut
Slide it on the guard
Lock the strap in place
Height-adjustable and easy-to-mount locking strap