Case IH added the new Titan 30 Series floaters to its Efficient Power family, a move that puts four models of the machines available to producers.
Designed in three- or four-wheel designs, and with power ratings of 330 or 400 horsepower from the new Case IH FPT 8.7 L diesel engine, all new Titan 30s have a redesigned "Surveyor" cab for improved operator comfort and visibility.
The new cab has more glass area and more interior space than previous models, and features a new overhead control panel, improved interior and armrest lights, and exterior step light and relocated external cab lights. The air-ride, 40-degree swivel seat provides a 180-degree field of vision to prevent operator neck strain.
The frames on the Titan 30 machines are all welded to give maximum strength and protect components from stress cracks.
The machines' rear axles are rated at 34,000 lbs. and are driven with a wheel-end planetary gear with two-speed air shift.
Two applicator options are available, the 610 Liquid System or the 810 Flex Air applicator, for precise fertilizer and nutrient placement.
For more information visit www.caseih.com.
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