Case IH proudly unveils new features on its legendary Axial-Flow® combines for 2013, including a redesigned cab and new folding auger with an industry-exclusive pivoting spout option – and they’re part of every Axial-Flow combine model.
Guided by input from producers and customer operators, our engineers have taken the largest and quietest cab for large-model combines and made it into the ultimate operator environment. They have created a true “office in the field” that sets a new industry standard in convenience, comfort and operator ergonomics for longer, more productive days in the field.
- A slim Multifunction Propulsion Handle redesigned with all controls in one location
- An upgraded right-hand console with simple ergonomic controls and an adjustable slide rail to move AFS Pro 700 display, cup holder and office tools
- Multiple convenient storage locations that feature brushed-chrome styling
- An iPod plug-in to help operators stay tuned in and connected on the go
- A training seat that opens to a convenient portable electric refrigerator to keep food and drinks cool and handy
- Increased seat travel space, which means there’s more leg and foot room – more room to stretch out
These new combines are also designed to make on-the-go unload more comfortable and safe as header widths continue to grow. We added two folding auger options: a 28-foot-9-inch auger that folds at a 90-degree angle and a 34-foot auger that folds at a 135-degree angle.
In addition, you can control a pivoting grain spout with the Multifunction Propulsion Handle, adjusting the flow of grain up to 3 feet without changing the speed of the grain cart or combine. In combination with the independent cross-auger control launched last year, you have more flexibility during the challenging grain cart fill process.
To learn more about Axial-Flow combines, visit CaseIH.com or your local dealership. By introducing more powerful, more intuitive and more efficient combines, Case IH is helping farmers be ready for whatever harvest may bring now and in the seasons to come.