Advanced Harvesting Technology Nets New Holland Two Agritechnica Silver Medals
- Ground-breaking Opti-Speed™ strawwalkers: up to 10% higher productivity
- Innovative Cornrower™ header: one-pass swathing reduces operating costs and improves bale density by up to 15%
- Harvesting innovations maximize sustainable food and energy production
New Holland has further confirmed its position as the industry leading harvesting manufacturer with two Agritechnica silver medals for combine harvester innovations. The unique-in-the-industry Opti-Speed™ strawwalker system improves productivity by up to 10% and the Cornrower™ header perfectly combines in-field efficiency with New Holland’s hallmark commitment to sustainable farming practices.
The Opti-Speed™ strawwalker technology, which was recognized with a silver medal, is exclusively available on the CX8000 Elevation range of super conventional combines. The range, which includes the world’s most powerful strawwalker machine, producing up to 490 hp, is extensively used by the world’s large-scale farmers and custom harvesters.
New Holland, through its Clean Energy Leader® strategy, is committed to improving farming productivity and sustainability and the silver medal winning Cornrower header is a key element in this. The fully integrated Cornrower system can be fitted to models 99C and 980CR chopping corn headers, and it produces uniform windrows of finely chopped corn stover. This fine chop can increase bale density by up to 15%, and the bales also benefit from improved combustion and fermentation profiles, perfect for biomass production.
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