From its powerful Case IH 9-L engine, to the standard auto-lubrication system, and the class-leading 200-gal. (757-L) fuel tank, the Module Express™ 625 is designed to work hard all day, day after day, season after season.
And designed-for-simplicity service features make it easy to do routine maintenance that helps ensure the Case IH Module Express 625 provides big productivity for years to come.
The Case IH Module Express 625 is designed for productivity.
9.-Liter, 365-hp (272-kW) Engine
The Module Express 625 gets 365 hp (272 kW) to pick cotton and pack modules from a powerful Case IH 9-L engine. The new Tier III engine has power in reserve for difficult picking conditions, all while maintaining excellent fuel efficiency. And the Module Express 625 can easily harvest 12 hours on one tank of fuel (200 gal./757 L).
The environmentally friendly engine is B5 biodiesel fuel approved, utilizing your soybean crop to fuel your harvest. All Case IH cotton pickers roll off the factory line with B5 biodiesel blend in the tank.
The Case IH Module Express 625 is designed for productivity.
Extra-Large Tanks, Automatic Lube
With its 200-gal. (757-L) fuel tank, 365-gal. (1,381-L) water solution tank and an 80-gal. (303-L) bar lube tank, the Module Express 625 can pick all day on just one fill-up. And its standard automatic lube system runs for 16 minutes every fan hour – saving an hour from your daily service routine.
Metered lubrication to drum gears, cam tracks, rollers, drum lift arms and fan bearings provides reliability of components and delivers a metered amount of grease to each component automatically.
Designed For Serviceability
For all its advanced features and enhanced productivity, the Module Express 625 actually requires less daily maintenance than a traditional basket picker. The two-function service tether allows the operator to easily perform service at ground level.
No need for hand cranks – the Module Express 625 features a simple, hydraulic drum-spread providing full access to the two-sided drums or drum rotation at the touch of a button. And Case IH engineers added on-board module building functionality without requiring any additional service needs.