Claas flexes its harvester front muscles

CLAAS will release its all-new series of draper fronts for Lexion combine harvesters at this year’s Agquip field days.

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Claas has a new range of draper harvester fronts. Picture courtesy Claas.

Available in working widths of 13.8m, 12.3m and 10.8m, the new Convio series is available in both rigid and flexible configurations.

Claas Harvest Centre product manager, Jonathon Ham, said both models deliver optimum performance in all crops and harvesting conditions.

"Convio will have immediate appeal for use in cereals and canola, while Convio Flex is ideal for crops that are harvested closer to the ground, such as pulses," Ham said.

"Both fronts ensure smooth, reliable flow of cut material with minimal grain loss, even in lighter conditions or direct-cut canola."

Optional equipment includes left and right-mounted 425 mm diameter feed augers and canola knives that can fitted and removed without tools.

Convio Flex features a flexible kni...