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Massey Ferguson Unveils 9500 series axial combines

Agriculture.com Staff 08/05/2011 @ 8:20am

Massey Ferguson has unveiled their ‘Next Generation’ of axial combines. Simply put, the all-new Massey Ferguson 9500 Series Combines are the most productive and efficient combines ever offered from Massey Ferguson – providing greater power and capacity – designed to perform in even the most adverse crop conditions. The 9500 Series combines are powered by new AGCO POWER™ engines and offer exclusive advancements such as the new Trident™ processor, exclusive V-Cool™ system, redesigned cleaning system and more.

“Since 2006, we have committed significant investments to growing the company’s global presence in crop harvesting. The recent introduction of the Massey Ferguson 9250 DynaFlex™ header is just one example of the outcome of the increased resources,” explains Kevin Cobb, product marketing manager for Massey Ferguson combines. “The 9500 Series represents another milestone in the strategy, introducing major design advancements to our axial combine and delivering new solutions to today’s harvesting challenges.”

e3 technology provides compliance without compromise

The Massey Ferguson 9500 Series exhibits exceptional fuel efficiency without compromising power or torque ratings. This is made possible by AGCO POWER diesel engines that feature AGCO’s exclusive e3™ Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) clean-air technology to meet Tier 4 interim (Tier 4i) emission compliance standards. With SCR technology, the exhaust reduction process takes place outside of the engine after combustion – allowing the engine to operate at a cooler temperature – so as to not diminish engine performance or fuel efficiency.

The Massey Ferguson 9500 Series features three all-new models. With a six-cylinder 8.4 liter engine, the MF9520 is rated at 313 hp (234 kW) with up to 344 hp (257 kW) power bulge at 1,950 rpm. The MF9540 and MF9560 offer an all-new 9.8 liter, seven-cylinder engine positioned inline with the axial rotor for maximum driveline efficiency. The MF9540 with 370 hp (276 kW) at 2,100 rpm delivers a power bulge up to 426 hp (318 kW) at 1,950 rpm; and the model 9560 with 460 hp (343 kW) at 2,100 rpm provides a power bulge at 2,000 rpm that climbs to 477 hp (356 kW) and an unloading boost up to 502 hp (374 kW).

V-Cool™ system delivers efficiencies and less daily maintenance

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