Huthinson Reaches Higher And Further

Huthinson Reaches Higher And Further

New grain handler is 130 feet long and can discharge grain up to 83 feet high.

Rated at 10,000 bushels per hour on electric power or tractor power takeoff, the new Chain Commander 130 Portable Grain Pump by Hutchinson/Mayrath can reach out to the center of a 120-foot bunker or dump grain in the top of a 75-foot diameter grain bin.

The new 130 is 130 feet long and sports a 12-inch main conveying chamber that can move grain upwards to 83 feet.

The long, tall 130 can also be lowered to an overall height of 13 and a half feet for safe transport.

The grain handler has a hydraulic assist on its hitch system and dual cylinders for fast, efficient elevation of the 130-foot tube.

The new Chain Commander 130 Portable Grain Pump will easily reach the center of a 120-foot bunker or top of a grain bin up to 75 feet in diameter.

The machine also has a remote controlled swivel spout for complete control of the grain pile when filling bunkers.

For more information, visit www.hutchinson-mayrath.com.

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