New Holland Agriculture Unveils DuraCracker™ Crop Processor
“Weighing 40% more than the standard crop processor, the new DuraCracker’s 7-Rib Belt drive handles higher loads of processing crop at longer lengths of cut,” said Tony Resh, Specialty Business Manager for New Holland North America. “These heavy-duty processors are engineered to be more durable and more reliable to maximize uptime and we now offer the choice of conventional or spiral cut rolls, so operators can determine which is the best solution for their needs.”
- Heavier tie bolts, springs for 50% more clamping force on the rolls, and a cam system for roll gap adjustment that includes cylinders on both sides for positive spacing.
- Designed for durability and reliability at higher loads and higher horsepower, the new processor weighs up to 40% more than previous processors, due to new frames with heavier tubing, larger shafts, bearings, and more.
- Improved serviceability and less cleaning time.
- Improved shredding of cornstalks and cobs.
- Smaller roll end to frame gaps to reduce passage of small kernels.
- New belt tensioner mechanism and spring.
For more information, visit www.newholland.com or contact your local dealer.
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New Holland, Pa. (August 29, 2017)
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