Case IH has introduced the Maxxum Tractor which is ideal for field and livestock operations. The tractor manufacturer has also introduced five new models at the 2015 Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio.
Performance. The new Maxxum series features an improved performance cooling package. They are also equipped with the fuel efficient Tier 4 B/Final SCR-only technology that meets current EPA requirements with less complexity and components than other emission systems used in the industry. This allows Case IH engines to run cleaner and cooler.
Lighting. These tractors are equipped with eight LED lights and can be ordered with additional LED lights — up to 14 — that provide daylight visibility during nighttime operations.
Agility. The tractors feature an improved turning radius on a longer wheel base for greater stability in the field. Operators can navigate tight turns in the field and maneuver in tight barns at feeding time.
The new Maxxum series offers Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) technology with a double-clutch design that allows shifting and maintains continuous power to the ground. Coupled with the Case IH Multi-Control Armrest, these Case IH machines provide ease of operation and the optional front axle suspension is now equipped with twin accumulators.
The Maxxum series can also be used for state and municipal government jobs, such as mowing and other maintenance along roadsides and within rights-of-way.