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FAQ

What’s the difference of a buffer zone of a motor-vehicle or a mobile field bin?

Why do we need to introduce an additional link to a harvesting process?

A mobile field bin as a buffering zone between combine harvesters and motor vehicles, leads to reduction of logistic and time dependency of one unit on another one, allowing to accumulate grain even when there is no motor-vehicle on the field and reducing idling time during complete loading of a motor-vehicle. Its application will allow to avoid a combine harvester idling time during periods of waiting for an empty motor-vehicle, and it will also allow to minimize motor-vehicle idling time on the field. The result is increasing of a motor-vehicle working capacity – over 100% and also in avoiding combine harvesters working capacity reduction due to the absence of an empty motor-vehicle! 

A mobile field bin application solves technological problems, but it also allows you to save soil fertility due to a lower tire-to-soil pressure.

What economic benefits will we get after switching to a three-link harvesting?

Why do we want to introduce an additional link to a harvesting process?

Noticeable increase in working capacity of combine harvesters at least by 30%! 

A mobile field bin as a buffering zone between combine harvesters and motor vehicles, leads to reduction of logistic and time dependency of one unit on another one, allowing to accumulate grain even when there is no motor-vehicle on the field and reducing idling time during complete loading of a motor-vehicle. Its application will allow to avoid a combine harvester idling time during periods of waiting for an empty motor-vehicle, and it will also allow to minimize motor-vehicle idling time on the field. The result is increasing of a motor-vehicle working capacity – over 100% and also in avoiding combine harvesters working capacity reduction due to the absence of an empty motor-vehicle! 

A mobile field bin application solves technological problems, but it also allows you to save soil fertility due to a lower tire-to-soil pressure.

How do you ship mobile field bins?

Shipment is done in the following way.

A mobile field bin is sent from our warehouse in Salsk to a designated address. Shipment is done with the help of a cargo truck. Cargo trucks are designed for 2 mobile field bins each.

How does the order procedure look like?

It is very simple.

Coordinate your specification with our sales department, conclude a contract, complete the payment in accordance with the contract and receive you machine on the defined day.

We still don’t use mobile field bins in our work. Do you provide implementation services?

Yes, we do provide information about the most optimal ways of using mobile field bins in your work.

We will share our schemes and ways of implementation, give you advice that you can find helpful for gaining maximum  benefits and profits from Liliani products.

What economic benefits will we get after switching to a three-link harvesting?

Reduction of investments into grain harvesting and motor machinery by 20-25% average!
  • Reduction of harvesting costs – by 15-20%! 
  • Reduction or a complete avoiding of additional hired labor costs.
  • Increase of your own personnel loyalty due to essential increase in their salary. 

Why do we need to introduce an additional link into a harvesting process?

Combine harvesters can work in a non-stop mode (without unloading) with mobile field bins, as mobile field bins provide parallel combine harvester unloading. And this gives you the following advantages:
  • Noticeable increase in working capacity of combine harvesters at least by 30%!
  • A mobile field bin as a buffering zone between combine harvesters and motor vehicles, leads to reduction of logistic and time dependency of one unit on another one, allowing to accumulate grain even when there is no motor-vehicle on the field and reducing idling time during complete loading of a motor-vehicle. Its application will allow to avoid a combine harvester idling time during periods of waiting for an empty motor-vehicle, and it will also allow to minimize motor-vehicle idling time on the field. The result is increasing of a motor-vehicle working capacity – over 100% and also in avoiding combine harvesters working capacity reduction due to the absence of an empty car!
  •  A mobile field bin application solves technological problems, but it also allows you to save soil fertility due to a lower tire-to-soil pressure.

What’s the difference – buffer zone – motor-vehicle or a mobile field bin?

When a motor-vehicle serves as a buffer zone, then this kind of harvesting can be called two-link (major technology implemented in the post-Soviet area). It has the following disadvantages:

i. It’s very difficult combine harvester and motor vehicles operation due to one of the following factors:

  1. Harvesting and motor-vehicles specifications;
  2. Distance between the field and the pile;
  3. Unplanned delays in motor-vehicles operations;
  4. Motor-vehicle speed;
  5. Change of combine harvester position on the field;
  6. Machinery malfunctions, etc.

ii. Time spent on full motor-vehicles uploading leads to their working capacity double reduction!

iii. Motor-vehicle working capacity reduction leads to increase of transportation costs: hiring additional vehicles, increasing drivers’ salaries, etc.

iv. Motor-vehicles application won’t exclude unloading time costs, that will lead to additional combine production capacity and decreases their working capacity by 25-30%! And non-stop harvesting with parallel unloading in motor-vehicles is a very difficult task, because:

  1. vehicle gear box and all narrow and small wheels are not designed for field operations. Attempt to use motor-vehicles at low speed can cause malfunctions (threat to a combine harvester idling) and will increase fuel consumption (due to idling); 
  2. it’s possible to unload grain only in a motor-vehicle during non-stop operations, unloading in a trailer-truck is dangerous due to risks of a Seeder bumping into a motor-vehicle.

v. Motor-vehicle moving on the field can cause soil compression deeper than one meter bellow, which means bellow topsoil, which will lead to fertility reduction.

How much will fuel consumption increase (with the tractor)?

Average diesel fuel consumption per one hectare of a harvested field is 1,5-2 liters per hectare.

Average fuel saving at the expense of motor-vehicle capacity is 7 liters per hectar.

That’s why the best way to consider this question is spending diesel fuel on the whole harvesting process. Average fuel saving is reduced by 25%! Reduction can be caused by means of the following factors:

  1. Combine harvesters reduction - by 30%! 
  2. Reduction of fuel consumption rate for transportation by eliminating its moving in the field. 

How much does a mobile field bin pressurize soil?

Compression can occur only in subsoil

and it won’t exceed compression rate of combine harvesters and tractors on the field. Tire pressure, in respect to a bin type - 4,3 bar for tires with 33 t capacity.