The iPaddock Typhoon aggressively grabs crop and pulls it through in a constant steady flow, allowing you to go faster and get the crop off quicker.
“Since making the first unit in 2016, running them in our four MacDons, and talking directly with other farmers, Typhoon now combines my original invention with big updates in construction and usability. Typhoon has paved the way for straight cutting canola not just on our farms, but all over Australia.”
– Mic Fels, canola farmer and inventor of the iPaddock Typhoon and Twister
- Maximize capacity
- Minimize downtime
- Constant steady flow
- Faster travel speed makes harvesting quicker
- Typhoon John Deere has smaller barrel which increases grab, and has 6 strategically placed paddle flights vs no flighting on the John Deere.
- Typhoon John Deere looks like a shredder compared to original John Deere. The fingers are in rows on typhoon vs random on John Deere. All adds up to fixing the feeding problem.
- Typhoon is also a thicker skin so much stronger.
- The outer flights on typhoon are the key to stopping the crop stalling in the corners which is the curse of the John Deere heads.
- Fully welded, heavy duty internal architecture
- Unique “quick set” retractable finger timing adjustment for optimized performance
- Minimal moving parts, solid crankshaft, heavy plate internals
- Solid steel fingers in a super aggressive pattern
- Tough, field fit finger holders and guides
- Unique geometry creates a huge gap for pulling in bulky crops
- iPaddock’s patented “paddle flights” maximize throughput
- Easy installation with simple instructions
- Farmer built, tried and tested through tough conditions
- Macdon D60
- Macdon D65
- Macdon D/FD1
- John Deere