Who makes CLAAS combines?
Claas Lexion is a series of combine harvesters, manufactured by Claas in Harsewinkel. An American version called Lexion was produced by Claas Omaha Inc. in the United States.
Where are CLAAS combines made in USA?
Omaha, Nebraska, USA: Manufactures LEXION combine harvesters. Until 2019 the combines produced in Omaha had yellow and black paint.
What engines do CLAAS combines use?
Engines now with DYNAMIC POWER The new LEXION 8000 and 7000 models are equipped with MAN and Mercedes-Benz engines in accordance with the CLAAS POWER SYSTEMS concept. They develop outputs between 790 hp/581 kW in the LEXION 8900 and 408 hp/300 kW in the LEXION 7400.
What class is a Claas 8600 Combine?
Blake Johnson uses one of his two class-8 CLAAS LEXION 8600TT combines to break the record set by a higher-horsepower machine alongside teams at 37 AG and Nebraska Harvest Center.
Does Claas make a next generation combine harvester?
CLAAS Introduces Next-Generation LEXION Combine. Omaha, NE — August 1, 2019 — CLAAS of America today announces the launch of the all-new LEXION 8000-7000 series combine harvester, designed for farm business operators who want more from their combine, with no compromises.
Why choose Claas combine headers?
The LEXION 700 series, which features the APS HYBRID SYSTEM, reduces fuel consumption, reduces grain loss, increase productivity, and drives down the cost of harvest. Committed to meeting diverse harvesting conditions, CLAAS offers a wide range of combine headers to meet the needs of your farming operation.
What’s new at Claas?
Latest issue of HarvesTimes is now published. More… CLAAS has introduced the TORION 530, a new 46hp entry-level model in their range of compact articulated wheel loaders for agriculture. In addition, the TORION 535 and TORION 639 models also receive more engine power.
What is the difference between a Claas Axion and Xerion tractor?
In the CLAAS product lineup, the AXION joins the XERION tractor, a larger and higher-horsepower rigid frame tractor that can also be used in multiple applications. The XERION features multiple steering modes for tighter turns, better flotation and rock-solid handling — even under the heaviest loads.