By now, you’ve probably heard about the new federal regulations mandating cleaner, more efficient engines beginning in 2011. Maybe you’ve even heard some acronyms like SCR and CEGR and wondered what it means to you.
Listen up, class is in session!
Tier 4 emissions regulation was created to crack down on air pollutants – primarily particulate matter, which we know as soot, or unburned fuel, and nitrogen oxides (NOx) emitted as a by-product of an engine’s internal combustion process. Doing this requires the addition of an exhaust after-treatment system, such as Cooled Exhaust Gas Regeneration (CEGR) or Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR). (more…)
Farmers are facing new challenges every day – from feeding an expanding global population while meeting strict new emissions requirements, to producing more food on fewer acres while minimizing our footprint on the environment.
That’s a tall order, but Case IH wants to help you deal with those challenges head-on by offering you expertise and new perspectives.
Each day you face new government regulations and tighter controls from processors and export markets. Yet to be successful, you need technology that boosts productivity as it meets regulations. You need the power to do more with less fuel, and the advice of experts who understand your challenges. For example, our next generation Steiger series tractors are powerful, reliable, fuel-efficient, and easy to maintain – allowing you to be ready.
It’s a constant challenge – more and more demand for food, fiber, and fuel and less and less farmland to grow it on. To succeed, producers like you need equipment that delivers the most – from planting through harvest. And, you’ll need support from experts who put your needs first.
The world’s population keeps growing, and agriculture has to keep pace. You need innovative equipment to get the most out of every acre and advice from people who know your ground like they know their equipment. The world of farming is changing. Case IH can help you be ready. For example, our Axial-Flow combines help producers be more efficient by providing cleaner grain samples out of the field.