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Like their legendary predecessors, new Axial-Flow 240 series combines will deliver the top performance that producers have come to expect, and more. More high quality grain, simplicity, crop adaptability, matched capacity, and top resale values – plus unmatched horsepower in their respective classes.
New this year for Axial-Flow 240 combines is the AFS Connect 2.0 fleet management and maintenance monitoring solution, giving producers the power to use their global positioning systems and cellular technology to send and receive agronomic and job-site information. This newest telematics technology will help producers track combines, grain carts and semis and improve productivity with up-to-the-minute harvest information. Like never before, Case IH helps producers be ready and maximize their potential return on investment.
Visit the AFS Connect page for more information.
Unlike complex competitive designs with more parts, more heat and more opportunities for trouble, Case IH models require only one turbocharger, no diesel particulate filter, no exhaust gas recirculation system and no operational changes when upgrading from Tier 4A Case IH models. Since engine exposure to soot and carbon are minimized, service intervals are extended – including an industry leading 600 hours between oil changes.Whether using the 7240 with 403 rated horsepower (hp), the 8240 with 480 hp or the 9240 with 550 hp, producers will power through demanding field conditions and handle heavy loads.
Producers need to maximize time available for harvest, especially when harvest windows are narrow. To keep them up and running, Axial-Flow 240 series combines continue to use low-maintenance Power Plus Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) drives, significantly reducing the use of chains and belts. This unique, but proven, drive system also features the industry’s only in-cab feature to reverse the rotor and deslug the combine. No more getting out of the cab and spending hours pulling out plugs by hand.
The AFS Pro 700 control center is the heart of the combine’s precision agriculture functions, such as on-the-go yield monitoring and guidance control, but it also is the primary interface for header control and other key adjustments and machine functions. And, the AFS Pro 700 can be easily transported to your tractor cab for planter control or sprayer for application mapping.
Case IH Axial-Flow combines are built to provide producers more agronomic advantages at the Case IH Harvesting Center of Excellence in Grand Island, Neb.
Axial-Flow 240 series systems have been upgraded to match available horsepower. Higher capacity grain tanks are sized to open most fields before unloading and get through harvest in less time with less labor. Models 8240 and 9240 feature 410-bushel tanks, while the 7240 has a 315-bushel tank.
Added horsepower helps speed unload times, too. Unload up to 4.5 bushels per second. New fuel tank capacities keep you running up to 16 hours on one fill.
To match the higher horsepower and larger grain tank, Case IH has improved yield sensors, software and grain delivery systems. All new cooling systems include a rotary Air-Wand to ensure maximum performance from the new line of Case IH FPT engines.
Our industry-exclusive Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)-only exhaust after treatment technology allows Case IH FPT engines to create more power with an average of 10 percent less fuel consumption than comparable Tier 3 models.
The new Case IH FPT 11.1 L, 12.9 L and 15.9 L engines feature in-line six-cylinder diesels with full-authority common rail fuel injection systems, steel-alloy pistons and mid-stop cylinder liners. These designs produce Tier 4 B-compliant engines that producers will find use less fuel and fluids and improve their throughput in most conditions.
New 2015 combines are pre-wired for a new camera kit that can be installed either in the factory or after purchase. Other options include 30-inch tracks for specialty crop harvesting and a ladder extension for easy cab entry.
Regardless of crop, field condition or farm size, Case IH Axial-Flow combines are proven to produce the highest in both grain quantity and quality. As a member of the Case IH Efficient Power family, Axial-Flow Combines are designed to deliver exceptional fuel and fluid economy as well as impressive horsepower. In fact, our six 40 series models offer full Tier 4B Final compliance.
Case IH offers the broadest model offering to meet the needs of any operation, including two Class VII models so producers can tailor a machine to their unique needs. From the hardworking, simple Class V Axial-Flow 5140 with 265 horsepower all the way up to the powerful Class IX Axial-Flow 9240 that peaks at 625 horsepower, you will find an Axial-Flow combine perfectly suited for your operation’s needs. From header to spreader, Axial-Flow series systems are carefully matched to ensure efficiency and productivity. The Axial-Flow line represents simplicity and reliability with the fewest drive components and longest service intervals in the industry. It also leads the industry with features such as the largest cleaning systems, most innovative drive systems, and largest selection of headers.
Axial-Flow 40 series combines with Tier 4B Final Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, deliver more power and better fuel efficiency with extended service intervals and minimal scheduled maintenance. Case IH engines treat emissions in the exhaust, using proven SCR engine technology. This means that the engines are designed to provide responsive power and improved fuel economy. They also run cooler, unlike power-robbing EGR solutions.
In the 38 years since we introduced our first combine featuring the Axial-Flow single rotor design, we’ve done nothing but refine and improve its performance. Now available on six models, each giving you superior grain quality and incredible overall value. We determined early on that a single rotor design was the right solution, and as the only manufacturer with this technology, we’re proud to bring it to you.
Whether you want simplicity and convenience or superior control, Case IH Axial-Flow combines are available with the rotor technology right for you. Our 140 series delivers proven technology through a simple, efficient and reliable belt-driven rotor design. Or choose our flagship 240 series — featuring our innovative Power Plus® Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) drive that is belt-free and low maintenance. This innovative design offers unique in-field capabilities including rotor de-slug, feeder de-slug and our patented header to groundspeed syncing which together helps save time, boost productivity and deliver the ultimate in operator control.
We pioneered rotor development back in the 1960’s. Since then, refinements, enhancements, and improvements have led to the pinnacle in rotor performance, the AFX rotor. It features constant pitch impellers that draw the crop and air into the rotor. The AFX rotor can be set into many configurations, adapting to both crop and threshing conditions with the use of straight bars, spiked rasp bars, and helical kickers. Competitive rotor and cage designs can reduce productivity, and increase grain damage because of inefficient feeding and crop-control designs.
High-capacity combines need large, high-capacity cleaning systems. Axial-Flow combines match cleaning system capacity to the size of the machine, providing superior efficiency, grain sample quality and savings. The Cross-Flow cleaning fan uses its patented design to deliver consistently clean grain samples no matter the harvest condition. The result is exceptional grain quality, ideal for food-grade crops or crops grown by any producer that demands the most from his machine.
The Case IH residue management system is built to handle the tough residue associated with new crop genetics. We offer the widest range of residue management features on the market to tailor residue to your tillage and livestock demands. The system delivers consistency across the larger header widths used on the Axial-Flow 40 series combines, helps prepare the ground for next year’s crop and creates consistent windrow formation.
Large grain tanks, longer augers and quick-folding, no-tools-required grain tanks extensions are standard on all Axial-Flow combine models. The new 40 series, with an all-new upgraded unload system, raises the bar with up to 40 percent faster unload times.
With one of the largest and quietest cabs among the foremost combine manufacturers, the Axial-Flow cab gives you industry-leading glass and unsurpassed sight lines so you can keep an eye on the entire header. With its ergonomic and intuitive design, you get maximized comfort and productivity. Climb up and enjoy - this is what leadership looks like.
Case IH Axial-Flow combine designs are driven by input from our customers. This creates a combine that is intuitive, simple to set, easy to adjust and operate. From the no-tools-required extensions to the electronically adjustable sieves, everything about these machines was created for your unique needs.
The factory-installed AFS AccuGuide autoguidance system offers unsurpassed accuracy and convenience, allowing you to maximize production. Building the system with the combine at Case IH ensures correct installation, testing and a higher level of quality. It also eliminates waiting for a technician to install additional components. The autoguidance system simplifies your work and we just simplified the process.
With fewer moving parts, the simple and reliable Axial-Flow combine has made the most of short harvest windows for over 38 years. You'll appreciate the time you can save thanks to optional powered grain tank covers that can be controlled in-cab. The grain tank extensions can also be powered on 40 series combines. In addition, Power Plus CVT drives on 240 series models provide more power, less downtime and unique in-field capabilities like patented header to groundspeed syncing to ensure smooth material flow from header to spreader.