The FlexxiFloat™ crop lifter series have a spring-pivot which allows the lifter to follow the fluctuations of the ground, making it ideal for uneven ground conditions. The FlexxiFloat™ system is available with two rail options: the standard rail and the high-pivot rail. The standard rail is generally used with a rigid header, while the high-pivot rail is used with a flex header, with the exception of a few specific makes and models of header and feeder house combinations.
The FlexxiFloat™ 200 is used in crops with a shorter stand and/or where the plants are more delicate, such as lentils, peas and beans. Made of sturdy cast metal, this lifter is capable of standing up to the most challenging ground conditions.
Crop type: peas, lentils, chickpeas, black beans, pinto beans, soy beans, white beans
Because the FlexxiFloat™ 200 is an all metal lifter, caution must be exercised by the combine operator to minimize the potential of damaging the header/ combine.
Generally, the recommended spacing is one lifter per foot across the header. Harvesting some row or bedded crops, where lifters mounted to the row or a combination of different Flexxifinger® lifters to maximize recovery have proven beneficial.
** Some or all of these components are made of steel, therefore care must be exercised by the combine operator to minimize possible damage to the header/ combine.**