Introduced in 1977, the first Axial-Flow combines stood out from the traditional straw walker design, in that threshing and separation were now performed by a rotor. At that time, the new rotary design was the first of its kind to be mass-produced and represented a giant step forward for farmers, with increased capacity translating to a significant boost in productivity. But while the principle has remained unchanged, with each range development Case IH engineers have utilised the very latest technology available to meet future farming needs.
Axial-Flow 150 Series combines benefit from that same forward thinking, and incorporate some of the very latest concepts not only in threshing and separation, but also in areas from cleaning to unloading, from engine to transmission technology. The end result is a combine range built not just to meet today’s farming challenges – but to take on tomorrow’s too.