New Holland CX7 and CX8 range increases capacity and delivers super-sized productivity
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- Ultra-Flow™ staggered drum increases capacity and fuel economy
- Improved in-cab controls enhance productivity
- Residue management performance improved with patented Twin-disc spreader
The CX7 and CX8 range features New Holland’s four-drum threshing system with a 750 mm Drum diameter, which threshes gently and thoroughly, preserving high straw quality. New Holland is now enhancing further this range’s threshing performance with the new, optional staggered drum, which features offset rasp bars on the sectional drum. They are suitable for all small grains and can be configured for maize. Ultra-Flow™ staggered drum design achieves a smoother crop flow that results in lower in-cab noise and reduces blockages. It uses 16% less total threshing power, reducing fuel consumption. This new feature increases the combine’s capacity, which can be as much as 10% higher.
Improved in-cab controls enhance productivity
New Holland has added in-cab controls for more features, improving the operator’s productivity. The sieve and pre-sieve are now remotely adjustable, on the go, from the comfort of the cab. The distance between the rotary separator and the concave of the Multi-Thresh™ system can now be controlled remotely from the cab. The pivoting spout is controlled via the CommandGrip™ multifunction handle, which enables the operator to direct the crop with precision to achieve uniform trailer filling.
The CX7 and CX8 feature a new patented air-based distribution system for the twin-disc chaff spreader, which spreads the chaff across the full width of the header. The operator can control the speed of the spreader from the cab in response to crop or weather conditions, and switch between chopping and swathing at the touch of a button.
Availability in Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA)
New Holland CX7 and CX8 range are available in all AMEA markets that comply with T3 engine emission level apart from Japan where we offer both T3 and Stage V. Today these machines are particularly popular in Russia, Belarus, Turkey and Japan.
Francesca MazzaBrands Press Relations, AMEA and South East AsiaUnited Kingdomfrancesca.email@example.com+44 7841 568487