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Bringing Consistency to the Inconsistent

You may not be able to control the weather, but you can Take Control of Your Harvest! Varying crop conditions and high moisture are not a concern with KX7 concaves!

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Prevent Plugging

Say goodbye to concave plugging, and start capturing more grain in your tank, plus cleaner samples with KX7! These side-by-side comparison photos were taken from two S680 combines harvesting the same field.

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KX7 ThreshStart Concaves

Introducing ThreshStart Kits

Looking for a better thresh, cleaner sample, and increased efficiency but don't want to make a big investment? Our ThreshStartTM concaves are the perfect solution!

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Improved Thresh

KX7’s MaxThresh™ and MaxRound™ bars are angled to hit your crop head on. This angle, along with increased air disruption allows for a faster thresh and more separating time.

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Customized to Your Conditions

Because your field and crop conditions are unique, KX7 concaves put you in control of your configuration. This much flexibility is only available with KX7!

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KX7... The Future of Concaves!

KX7 concaves allow you to take control of your harvest. Our unique, customizable box inserts can be configured to best meet your specific crop and field conditions. Combining this flexibility with our patented angled box design gives you a better thresh, which leads to improved productivity. No other system on the market offers this much flexibility; no other system allows you to take this much control. Find out more...

KX7 concaves are manufactured by Kondex Corporation. For more than 40 years, Kondex has been providing high-quality cutting and wear resistant components to the ag industry. For more information about Kondex, visit www.kondex.com.


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KX7 Concaves and Straw Claw Chopper Blades from Kondex Corporation

Machinery Pete visits the Kondex Farm Progress booth to talk about KX7 concaves and Straw Claw chopper blades.

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