2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #109
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Feederhouse Dust? The Answer Is In Plain Sight!
Clouds of dust created by the feederhouse intakes on John Deere and Cat/Lexion combines cause visibility problems for operators. It can be virtually impossible to see, especially at night.
  The EZ-View Dust Diverter from GVL Poly is the answer to the dust problem. It allows you to continue to harvest during dawn, dusk or dark. Designed to collect dust right at the feederhouse, the EZ-View directs and discharges dust down both sides of the feederhouse. The field ahead of the operator is in plain sight, dust-free.
  The EZ-View Dust Diverter has been proven to reduce dust in front of John Deere and Claas/CAT Lexion combines for 15 years. The introduction of the Header Pitch (HP) feederhouse on the Lexion brand created an engineering challenge for GVL Poly that resulted in a sleek new design that’s unlike any other dust diverter in the industry.
  Install the EZ-View in less than 30 minutes. As one customer reported on the internet, “Easy hookup with no hydraulic lines to mess with. Works great because it blows out both sides. Moves a lot of dust.”
  Mechanically-driven from the feederhouse belt and pulley drives, the EZ-View does not draw on hydraulic power.
  You can quick-detach the Dust Diverter in seconds for cleaning and maintenance. The ends also flip up, providing easy cleaning access. And because the EZ-View Dust Diverter works well in all crops, there is no need to remove it when harvesting corn. Corn won’t plug it up and you’ll have fewer radiator plugups.
  The Standard version sells for $1,650; the HP version for $1,750. A pink version for the “Harvest A Cure” campaign is still available for $1,500 (proceeds go to the American Cancer Society’s breast cancer research).
  To order, or for more information, go to www.gvlpoly.com or call toll-free 888-485-8411.

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2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12