Case IH Axial-Flow 240 Combines

08/18/2014 @ 10:19am

Case IH’s Axial-Flow 240 combines feature larger grain tanks with engines and fuel tanks to match.

“As producers continue to achieve more yield per acre, Case IH combines match their capacity for even more efficient harvesting,” says Nathan Weinkauf, Case IH. “The new Axial-Flow 7240, 8240, and 9240 combines with larger engines deliver more power, more grain in the tank, and more hours of uninterrupted operation thanks to a larger fuel tank.”

The new series meets Tier 4 Final emissions with selective catalytic reduction (SCR). The SCR technology allows for maximum horsepower without compromising efficiency, for better performance, increased fuel efficiency, and lower operating temperatures. Increased fuel tank capacity on the 240 series allows for a full day’s harvest without refilling.

To provide improved fuel efficiency while maintaining ease of operation, Power Plus CVT drives are designed to provide an efficient transfer of power to the rotor and the feeder. The CVT allows you to reverse the rotor to quickly de-slug the machine.

The 8240 and 9240 can hold 410 bushels and unload up to 4.5 bushels per second. These combines are matched with higher load rated tires to accommodate the added weight.

A redesigned engine cooling system and vacuum aspirated rotating wand on the stationary air screen ensure proper cooling for optimum engine efficiency.

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