The most common combine harvesters of the USSR, which fed the whole country
Strength in bread: 7 Soviet combine harvesters that fed the whole country
When buying bread in a store, people very often do not even think about how hard and responsible work it is to grow this very bread. Centuries go by, and bread invariably occupies a dominant place in the diet. How many expressions, aphorisms and wisdom are associated with this product. And today we will talk about one of the tools that plays a crucial role in the production of bread.
At one time, was a real breakthrough.
Self-propelled combine, 3rd model. The Soviet grain harvester, which was created by GSKB for self-propelled grain combines and cotton harvesting machines in the city of Taganrog. The project was led by Canaan Ilich Izakson. The machine was manufactured from 1958 to 1964. A total of 169 thousand combines were created.It was the first Soviet combine equipped with hydraulic power steering. SK-3 was also awarded a diploma from the Brussels Exhibition.
Received worldwide recognition.
Self-propelled combine, the 4th model. It is easy to guess, replaced the older model, the CK-3. The car was produced from 1964 to 1974 at the Taganrog combine plant, as well as in Rostselmash. The harvesting machine was awarded the Leipzig International Trade Fair, as well as the awards of trade fairs in Brno and Budapest. The team-developer of the machine under the leadership of H. I. Izakson was awarded the Lenin Prize.
3. SKD-6 Sibiryak
Great was the car.
Two-drum Soviet combine, which was produced in the period from 1981 to 1984 at the Krasnoyarsk combine plant. The car was a product of the deep modification of SKD-5 Sibiryak, which was produced since 1969 and, despite its high reliability, by the 80s of the 20th century was obsolete. The car had a lot of "special" modifications, including for rice harvesting, work on areas without black soil, an model with an extended track.
4. Yenisei 1200
Reliable and hardy cleaner.
The harvester with the beautiful name “Yenisei” even young people should remember well from their childhood. The fact is that the release of the car began in 1985.Combine suitable for harvesting a variety of crops, including sunflower, herbs, legumes and cereals. The machine could also carry out the harvesting of the culture in the “hard-to-reach” places of the field.
This combine remembers everyone.
Perhaps the most popular combine in the CIS after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The machine began mass production in 1986. For objective reasons, the car was used for a very long time in the former republics of the union. The widespread abandonment of the combine harvester began only in 2006, when he was replaced by more advanced import and domestic models.
Heavy duty machine.
A very interesting sample. Soviet combine on a tracked base, which was designed specifically for work on wetlands. For the most part, the machine worked with feed crops: grass and corn. Produced combine "Donselmash" in Birobidzhan. Most of these machines were in service with farms in the Far East.
7. CK-5 "Niva"
The biggest release.
Soviet combine, produced since 1970, the company "Rostselmash".The development was led by Isakson Canaan Ilyich. The machine is notable because it was able to become the hallmark of Soviet kombaystroeniya. There is nothing surprising in this, the car was one of the most widespread in the USSR of all time.