New Case IH Titan 30 Series floaters
The frames are built of rectangular, cross-section steel tubing and are continuously welded, not just bolted together. This gives floaters maximum frame strength, protecting mounted components from stress cracking.
Welded-in torsion tubes, plus top and bottom doublers in key stress areas, combine to form a rigid frame that easily carries heavy loads. The floaters contain large rear axles rated at 34,000 pounds with a wheel-end planetary and two-speed air-shift. This ruggedness helps the chassis handle the demands of day-in, day-out spreading and spraying over tough terrain.
“Case IH Titan 30 Series floaters are also designed for ease of service, offering easy access to check fluids, batteries, tanks and air system components,” says Lehmann.
In addition, the new 30 Series offers two applicator options to deliver accurate and even application with less waste, the 610 Liquid System or the 810 Flex-Air™ applicator.
“The 810 Flex-Air applicator offers superior, precise fertilizer and nutrient placement that Case IH applicators are known for,” Lehmann says. “The Case IH Titan 30 Series simply provides greater power and comfort to help producers get the application completed with an uncomplicated, efficient system.”
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