Case combine makes Aussie debut

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Case IH has made its 6130 Axial-Flow Combine available for order in Australia

Case combine makes Aussie debut
The 6130 Axial-Flow Combine is now available in Australia.

 

Case IH has expanded its local harvester range, relaunching its 6130 Axial-Flow Combine for Australian producers

The company’s hay and harvest product manager for Australia and New Zealand Tim Slater says the combines will suit a range of applications in the local market, being known for their responsiveness and their power efficiency.

"The 6130 lives up to these high standards, with no combine simpler to operate, or more efficient around the paddock, regardless of the crop, field condition, or farm size," he says.

"The 6130 is a lower specification, efficient, cost effective unit. It takes the heart and soul of the Axial-Flow with simplicity, crop adaptability, grain quality and grain savings being at the heart of the machine's foundations."

"These combines are ideal for operators looking to replace earlier model Axial-Flow combines or the smaller owner/operator or contractor looking for a cost-effective, efficient harvester," he says.

Meeting Tier 3 engine emission standards, the 6130 has a 2-speed hydro transmission that allows for a maximum harvest speed of 13.5 kilometres per hour, as well as a fixed cleaning system and a grain tank with a capacity of 300 bushels.

It also comes equipped with Case IH’s AccuGuide steering and guidance tools, complete with HP/XP receiver and navigation controller, a post-instrument cluster with automatic crop settings and an AFS Pro 700 display with yield and moisture mapping.

The combine has a lateral tilt-feeder, which is single speed with a 21 spline header coupler, a ride control accumulator and a fixed blade straw chopper with dual disc straw spreaders.

The 6130 is available for order now through the Case IH dealer network.

 

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