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New Holland's CR9000 series twin rotor combines are available in three models, ranging from 305 to 400 horsepower. The new series features the company's twin rotor design which generates high centrifugal24b1 force for faster separation, grain quality and maximum capacity.

The SLS self-levelling cleaning system uses a unique grain pan system that


November 15, 2007
By Top Crop Manager

New Holland's CR9000 series twin rotor combines are available in three models, ranging from 305 to 400 horsepower. The new series features the company's twin rotor design which generates high centrifugal force for faster separation, grain quality and maximum capacity.

The SLS self-levelling cleaning system uses a unique grain pan system that stratifies grain and spreads it evenly as it feeds into the cleaning system for more efficient cleaning. A sensor reads changes in terrain and automatically levels the cleaning system up to a 15 percent slope to keep the combine's cleaning system running at peak efficiency so more grain is captured in the tank and not on the ground. The CR9000 series combines have the largest cleaning area in the industry, improving capacity in every condition.

Powered by a fuel efficient, turbocharged six cylinder diesel engine, all models are electronically managed to shift power when needed, so there is no need to slow down when unloading. For rapid unloading, 21 to 24 foot augers deliver grain at a 3.2bu/sec rate.

The advanced stone protection feature utilizes sensors below the crop to differentiate rocks from grain to detect and eject stones. The feeder/house reverser system operates independently of the threshing unit so the operator can work slugs into the rotors in a controlled manner. Even when working a long, rigorous work day, the Harvest Suite cab provides operator comfort with more interior space (110 cubic feet), more glass area and superb lighting, all best in class features. IntelliView II and IntelliView Plus II colour performance monitors and fully integrated precision land management systems are available options.


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