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New Holland Introduces Class 10 Combine

08/12/2014 @ 6:40pm

New Holland is upping its ante with the CR10.90 Elevation combine – the company’s first Class 10 combine. In addition to the increased power and size offering, the new CR series features Tier 4B technology and a redesigned cab.

“The new CR Series is the culmination of 40 years of Twin Rotor technology,” says Dan Valen, New Holland. “It offers the best of New Holland’s smart harvesting technologies: Twin Pitch rotors, Dynamic Feed Roll, SmartTrax rubber tracks, Tier 4B ECOBlue Hi-eSCR engine technologies – all working together to allow producers to harvest in a new dimension.”

Reaching 653 hp.
The CR series pours on the power, with the CR10.90 Elevation taking the crown at 653 maximum horsepower. The entire series is powered by Tier 4B ECOBlue Hi-eSCR technology, which delivers fuel savings and reduced running costs.

Producers can push productivity levels with a high grain tank capacity – ranging from 315 to 410 bushels – and a fast unloading speed of up to 4 bushels per second. A 34-foot folding, unloading auger on the larger models allows you to unload on the go with the widest heads.

Building on proven technology
New Holland continues to improve and refine its proven Twin Rotor technology.
The Dynamic Feed Roll on-the-go mechanical stone protection system raises the CR’s capacity by feeding the rotors faster and more smoothly while removing stones automatically. The new serrated blades on the roll are gentle on the crop, resulting in high-quality grain. In addition, the Twin Pitch rotors can raise productivity by up to 10% in damp conditions.

SmartTrax rubber tracks are optional on all models to provide improved traction and low soil compaction.

Harvest Suite Ultra cab
New Holland combines now feature a larger, redesigned cab to improve ergonomics and comfort. A force-based CommandGrip multi-function handle is intuitive to use, and a new console is designed to become an extension of the operator. Plus, the 10.4-inch IntelliView IV color touchscreen monitor puts all key parameters at your fingertips.

The glass area on the cab has increased to 68 square feet and the floor in front of the front windshield now slopes down to provide increased visibility.

An unloading auger light and four rear work lights let you continue working efficiently in the dark. HID and LED light packages are available.

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