Case IH 140 series Axial-Flow combines win value award

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Case IH 140 series Axial-Flow combine harvesters have received the Highest Retained Value Award from heavy equipment intelligence company EquipmentWatch.

The North American data, software and insight company said the machine was "an excellent choice for demanding farming needs", citing features such as the Case IH residue management system built to handle the tough residue associated with new crop genetics, an engine that produces up to 442 horsepower and a grain tank capacity of 10,570 litres.

The award recognises manufacturers in 28 heavy equipment categories for products that show the highest retained value over the last five years.  It is described as the only industry benchmark that relies on data-driven residual values to confirm and project an asset’s value.

The Case IH 140 series Axial-Flow combine was released in Australia in 2015 and received a number of enhancements in 2016. The company says that these included:

  • The Cross Flow cleaning system, which allows the cleaning efficiency of the machine to be maintained even on side slopes
  • A residue management system, which gives better control of the residue from the cab (speed and direction)
  • Lighter and more numerous (6 vs 3) style concaves
  • New clean-out doors with full-width sliding for easier cleaning down when changing varieties or locations
  • A two-speed electronic shift transmission for better harvesting speeds with less strain
  • A pivoting spout for better control of grain when unloading


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