Case IH Mergers
- Case IH CM crop merger models use a floating pickup that features replaceable, three-prong teeth to deliver crop evenly to an extra-wide, 42 in (107 cm)-wide ribbed cross conveyor
- The belt delivers crop to the right side for merging and easily accommodates a massive flow of material
- Pickup and conveyor speed adjust simultaneously for smooth crop flow
- The high rear conveyor panel prevents overflow and spillage
- The anti-wrap system on the conveyor bearings prevents crop from wrapping and damaging bearing seals
- Compared to raking, the crop merger lifts crop onto a belt so the crop is never dragged along the ground
- Leaf loss is reduced, and less stones and soil end up in the crop
- Easily switch direction of the merging crop from the right to the left using the optional inverter chute and switching two quick-connect hydraulic hose.
- Two standard gauge wheels can be adjusted to field or crop height by simply removing and reinstalling two pins
- CM109: For smaller operations, the economical, hydraulically driven center-pull CM109 crop merger has a merging capability of 9 ft–12 ft (2.7 m–3.66 m).
- CM209: The 9 ft (2.7 m) CM209 model features a side-pull, hydraulic swing-tongue design and can merge up to 12 ft (3.66 m).
- CM212: The 12 ft (3.66 m) CM212 model features a side-pull, hydraulic swing-tongue design and can merge up to 12 ft (3.66 m).
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