Case IH to display latest products at National Ploughing Championships 2015
Case IH will be exhibiting a number of key products at the National Ploughing Championships 2015, including the Magnum Rowtrac and Stage IV Puma tractors, together with the new Farmall U Pro.
The new 380hp Case IH Magnum Rowtrac 380 CVX combines the benefits of wheeled and tracked tractors yet outperforms both, Case says.
Designed for field work, the company says that it delivers a combination of advantages which will prove popular with arable farmers and contractors.
Based on the current ‘Tractor of The Year’, the Case IH Magnum 380 CVX, the powerful and efficient Rowtrac combines the manoeuvrability, handling and versatility of a wheeled tractor with the ability of a tracked machine to float over the ground.
The first Magnum Rowtrac tractors will be delivered to UK customers at the end of 2015.
Seven models with rated power outputs from 150-240hp are incorporated in the new Case IH Puma range.
The top-of-the-range Puma 240 delivering up to 270hp with Power Boost and 1160Nm of torque from 1400-1600rpm.
Case says that a key feature of these new tractors is their powerful, efficient and ‘clean’ six-cylinder power units which utilise FPT Industrial’s proven Hi-eSCR technology to meet European Stage IV (Tier 4 Final) emission regulations.
Simple and efficient, the system minimises fuel consumption, maximises performance and enables Case IH to achieve engine oil change intervals of 600 hours, it says.
Farmall U Pro
The latest addition to the Case IH tractor family, the Farmall U Pro range comprises the four-wheel-drive 99hp 95U Pro, 107hp 105U Pro and 115hp 115U Pro.
A key feature of the new model is its premium-specification cab, which Case says provides a superb environment for the operator with best-in-class visibility, giving unobstructed views in every direction.
Designed, developed and manufactured at the company’s St. Valentin factory in Austria, alongside Case IH’s larger Maxxum and Puma models, the U Pro is the successor to Case IH’s highly-respected CS Pro, it says.