Case IH to display comprehensive range at Cereals 2014

14 Apr 2014

Case IH to display comprehensive range at Cereals 2014

Case IH will exhibit almost every model in its comprehensive range at Cereals 2014, including the new Quadtrac 620, Magnum CVX, Maxxum CVX and Farmall U Pro tractors. Also shown will be the Axial Flow combines with the new 12.5m Case IH 3050 VariCut header option and the company’s new range of Farmlift telescopic handlers.

The unique Case IH Quadtrac range includes the world’s most powerful tractor in series production, the new Quadtrac 620, together with Quadtrac 540 and Quadtrac 580 models. Rated at 628hp, the Quadtrac 620 produces up to 692hp and 2941Nm of torque, its comprehensive standard equipment including a 16 x 2 Full Powershift transmission, Automatic Productivity Management (APM) function and Surveyor™ cab, which provides unrivalled operator comfort.

Case IH was the first manufacturer to launch a tractor with a continuously variable transmission, in 1999, on the Puma CVX. This technology has recently been extended to larger and smaller models

The five Magnum CVX models have rated power outputs from 260hp to 370hp. The most powerful rigid-chassis model in the Case IH range, the new Magnum 370 CVX delivers up to 417hp with Power Management and peak torque of 1806Nm. Its four-range CVX transmission enables the tractor to move seamlessly from a standstill to 50kph, while the ‘Active Stop’ function provides additional control and enables hillside stops without applying the brakes.

The eight Puma CVX models range from the 131hp 130 CVX, which delivers a maximum of 171hp with Power Management, to the 228hp Puma 230 CVX with up to 269hp.

The three new Maxxum CVX EP tractors are the first four-cylinder Case IH models to incorporate this novel transmission. Versatile and cost-effective, the Maxxum 110 CVX EP, Maxxum 120 CVX EP and Maxxum 130 CVX EP are rated at 110hp, 121hp and 131hp, but with ‘Power Management’ deliver up to 32hp more during transport, hydraulic and PTO applications.

The new four-wheel-drive 99hp Case IH Farmall 95U Pro, 107hp Farmall 105U Pro and 114hp Farmall 115U Pro provide livestock operations, mixed farms and smaller contractors with outstanding versatility, performance, economy and comfort. Featuring a range of cab improvements, they now offer low height cab suspension as an option to further improve ride comfort.

Case IH Farmlift telescopic loaders combine compact dimensions, powerful engines and hydraulics with multi-functional capabilities. The six models range from the agile Farmlift 525 which is designed for use in low buildings and livestock housing to the Farmlift 935 which easily handles high and heavy lifting work. Power outputs range from 74hp (Farmlift 525) up to 143hp (Farmlift 635 and 742), with maximum lift heights from 5.7m to 9.6m.

The six Case IH Axial-Flow combine harvesters comprises three ‘130 Series machines, the 5130, 6130 and 7130 from 299hp to 415hp, together with the ‘230 Series combines, the 7230, 8230 and 9230 from 449hp to 571hp. Efficient Case IH FPT Tier 4 SCR engines deliver an average fuel saving of 10% over Tier 3 power units.

Case IH will also be showing the new 12.5m Case IH 3050 VariCut header will be seen for the first time at Cereals. Developed to match the requirements of 12m Controlled Traffic Farming (CTF) systems, this unique header follows the trend towards ever-larger working widths and makes optimum use of the high threshing capacities of the latest Axial-Flow combines.

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