Tag: SCR Technology
Ryan Schaefer, Case IH Marketing Manager for High Horsepower Tractors, talks about Efficient Power in this Case IH radio interview. He shares how Case IH is delivering Tier 4 B/Final compliance with superior performance, economy and operating efficiencies. (more…)
Case IH is the first and only agricultural equipment manufacturer to use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology alone to meet strict Tier 4 B/Final emissions standards. This fall, Case IH introduced 18 new models to the Case IH Efficient Power family – all equipped with this proven high-horsepower, fuel-efficient, simple solution, boasting added power and new features to address producer needs. (more…)
Case IH has unveiled a new lineup of harvest equipment – the Axial-Flow® 140 series, plus new draper and corn heads. Today’s post focuses on the new Axial-Flow 7140, 6140 and 5140, which are the result of years of engineering, testing and asking operators what they need to get the job done during harvest season. Tomorrow, we’ll feature the enhanced draper heads and corn heads. (more…)
What could you do with 682 peak horsepower? (more…)
The deadline to meet the 2014 Tier 4B (Tier 4 Final) engine emissions standards is quickly approaching. While competitors are relying on a combination of engine systems, Case IH is exclusively using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. Watch the video to learn more about SCR technology. SCR is the same technology that Case IH is currently using to meet Tier 4A standards in high-horsepower tractors. Do you run equipment with SCR engines? What do you like most about the technology? (more…)
When analyzing the results from a recent Case IH producer survey, Brian and Darren Hefty were not surprised that 85 percent of the 1,109 producer respondents are considering new cropping practices and technologies in 2013. What new methods will you use this growing season?
Terry Snack, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Illinois, Missouri and Eastern Iowa, joins us again to share comments from two of his Case IH customers about the performance of their Axial-Flow combines. (more…)