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New grain sweep

LeMar Industries has introduced a new zero-entry Maverik HTF (hydraulic twin flow) commercial grain sweep that sweeps twice in a single pass.

Todd Hall, vice president of research and development says, “We’ve engineered it with proprietary patent-pending technology, delivering two sweeps in a single pass with dual hydraulic augers.”

The 15,000 bushel-per-hour capacity Maverik HTF features smooth, streamlined geometry with no sharp edges or odd angles to collect grain and increase drag.

Variable speed technology lets the system automatically control the sweep, advancing and regressing with “avalanches.” It matches reclaim conveyor speed, speeding up and slowing down as needed to prevent choking or bogging down. As cleanup progresses, the Maverik HTF increases speed in the second half of the pass, moving as fast as the reclaim will allow to optimize time and productivity.

All hydraulically powered, this sweep has the ability to power through even the toughest commodities. The Maverik HTF features two powerful 12-inch hydraulic augers and a hydraulic positive drive system. Hoses run internally through the shell in a patent-pending design for maximum protection.

In addition, the Maverik HTF offers both electric and diesel power options, with a convenient mobile power unit that allows easy relocation to maximize efficiencies on multiple bin sites. †

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