11,000 BPH Super Scoop
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Piles of grain to pick up? Sudenga has the solution. Load a waiting 1,000 bushel trailer in just 6 minutes with the 11,000 BPH Super Scoop. Available in standard or center feed models. Easy to mount and dismount. Fits most tractors 90 HP and up. Attach a hydraulic spout for more efficient and precise loading.
Load piles from flat storage quickly and easily with the 11,000 bushels per hour Super Scoop from Sudenga. The 16" diameter x 10' long intake auger feeds an incline conveyor making quick work of grain pile clean up.
40' Standard Scoop
35' Center Feed Scoop
3/16" blade thickness; 10' wide on Standard models, 8' wide on Center Feed models; 16" helicoid flighting (5/16" thick) on 4" pipe (1/4" wall); double #80 roller chain; pillow block bearings; 122 RPM flight speed; attachment arms for category III 3-point
12 ga. bolted flange trunk; 1" flame cut sprockets on 2-7/16" top and bottom shafts; 24,000 pound tensile strength chain; 1/2" UHMW paddles; 400 ft./min chain speed; 12" canvas spout
Standard scoops only. Caster wheels; hydraulic lift; 3-point attachment to tractor; 11L15 implement tires; Undercarriage supports conveyor when not on the tractor.
Fits most late model tractors, 90 HP or more (540 RPM PTO speed); category III 3-point is standard (category II requires special mounting pins); Standard Scoops (conveyor outside tire), the distance from the 3-point to the lead edge of the front tire cannot exceed 175"; distance from the tractor PTO to the end of the axle (outside of tire) cannot exceed 55"; Center Feed Scoops (conveyor inside tire), the distance from the centerline of the tractor to the centerline of conveyor is 24"; conveyor is 14" wide
Power rotation for the pan spout. This option also raises and lowers the spout.
For Standard Scoops only. Bolt-on panel forms a trough on the blade for unloading from trucks or wagons.
Reach and Elevation
|Discharge Height*||11 ½' - 21 ½'||10' - 18 ½'|
|Discharge Reach*||19' - 14'||15' - 11'|
|Transport Height||13 ½'||13 ½'|
*Lowest (16°) and highest (32°) inclines.