Moistener Pads/Columns for John Deere
John Deere Moistener Column
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Moistener pads should be checked frequently for wear, so you don’t experience any surprises during a harvesting operation. When excessive wear is detected on your pads, you can get by until new pads can be ordered, simply by adjusting your moistener columns vertically. If moistener pads are situated too low, premature wear will develop, and if the pads are situated too high poor cleaning will be the likely result. This is because there won’t be enough fluid on the spindles, and there won’t be adequate scrubbing by the moistener pads.
To have your moistener pads and moistener columns in ideal position, the moistener columns should be adjusted so that all fins of each of the moistener pads just barely touch the spindles. This means that as the spindle just begins to pass under the fins of your moistener pads, all those fins should flex in a noticeable manner. When you install new moistener pads, the fins which are situated closest to the dust collar may flex a bit more than the fins which are closer to the spindle tip. In any case, your moistener pads and columns are intended to work together, so when you need one or the other, it’s generally best to order both of them at once, so you can be sure that they are at the same level of wear, and will continue to work well together.
As with many of our products we offer, here at Certi-Pik, USA we value our customers’ concerns, and continually try to improve the products used in the industry. In 2005 we strengthened John Deere’s Pro moistener column, which ultimately resolved the problem of moistener column failure due to the column bending. Acute consideration was taken with the top section to ensure the column maintained flexibility while installing the distributor plate.
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The arm on the column was also strengthened to decrease bending. Another improvement was Certi-Pik’s proprietary moistener pad lube distribution star pattern, which is located on the top inside of the moistener pad. This is available on both the John Deere and Case IH pads, and will more evenly distribute the spindle cleaning solution, allowing for better cleaning and picking. If you remember the narrow latch rod clips, know that we again heard your concerns, and designed the wider clip which is now also supplied by John Deere.
When you’re buying moistener pads or moistener columns from Certi-Pik, USA, you will be purchasing parts made in the USA. We are consistently striving to be the leading manufacturer of aftermarket cotton harvester parts in the country. We offer parts for both John Deere and Case/IH equipment, and will be glad to ship you what you need. We look forward to working with you to gain your trust and respect.
Why Choose Certi-Pik, USA?At Certi-Pik USA, quality and customer convenience are our priorities:
- Easy ordering: To make ordering simple for you, you can get in touch with our team and send your order via email or fax. Feel free to place your CIH parts order at any time, around the clock, using our convenient and secure process. If you need guidance or have parts questions, call us for answers and we can also take your order on the call if you like.
- Quality guarantee: We stand behind our products with a 90-day warranty against defects in manufacturing or materials. If on an extremely rare occasion you have a need to return a component, we inspect it and ship your replacement components free of charge, same day if humanly possible.
- Fast shipment: When you order before noon, we ship products the same day if possible, and afternoon orders are shipped the next business day. We use UPS, choosing the service level needed to get the components to you on time (Ground, Next Day Air, 2nd Day Air, etc.)
- Pay any way: Our flexible payment options help you manage your company budget with ease. Choose from bank wire transfer, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or COD (cash on delivery). Money orders are fine, too.