Preventing combine fires
The time for fall harvest is here. As with many farm hazards, those present in combine harvesting situations are usually recognized. For instance, belts and pulleys needed for operating many components will pull something into them at up to 66 feet per second.
And, most recognize these speeds are beyond the human ability to react, not even considering the power that runs the machine and from energy in the machine. These and other hazards may be considered on a daily basis. But has there been any thought given to an incident such as fire?
As with most other farm incidents, combine fires are relatively rare single events.
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