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Cargos now with TIM SPEED CONTROL

16 Sep , 2019  

Using TIM SPEED CONTROL, the CARGOS 9000 and 8000 loader wagons are able to control the speed of the tractor. The ISOBUS function works with certified tractors from all manufacturers. The TIM function defined in ISOBUS allows implements to control tractor functions. In the CARGOS 9000 and 8000 loader wagons with TIM SPEED CONTROL, CLAAS […]

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CLAAS Invests in Tyre Pressure Control Technology

9 Nov , 2017  

CLAAS has taken over the tyre pressure control technology developed by R&M Landtechniksysteme. In future, CLAAS Industrietechnik based in Paderborn will manage and develop the systems previously manufactured by the tyre pressure experts from Möhnesee in North Rhine-Westphalia.  The parties have agreed not to discuss the contractual details. Practical Solutions The R&M technology will make […]

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High speed foraging

25 May , 2017  

CLAAS JAGUARs accounted for 41 of the 104 foragers that recently set a new World Record for the highest number of self-propelled forage harvesters working in one field, clearing the 40ha field near Trim in Co. Meath in just 5 minutes, 45 seconds. The foragers, valued at over €30 million and totalling about 65,000hp, arrived […]

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CLAAS and Agrovista join crop sensing forces

3 Feb , 2016  

To provide a new industry-leading level of both mechanical, but more importantly agronomic support for the ISARIA CROP SENSOR, CLAAS UK has teamed up with agronomy specialists Agrovista UK to ensure that users receive an unprecedented level of support that is not matched by any other system. The use of crop sensing technology to provide […]

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New yield boosting SHREDLAGE crop processor at LAMMA

17 Dec , 2015  

At LAMMA, CLAAS will be displaying a completely new crop processor, the MCC SHREDLAGE, which provides another major step forward in crop processing technology and has been proven to increase milk yield by up to 2.0 litres a cow, so boosting revenue, and to enable output from home-grown forage to be maximised without the need […]

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