„Cemos Automatic“ heißt das Zauberwort für den ersten Mähdrescher, der sich automatisch auf die Druschbedingungen einstellt. Wie das geht und was die neue Lexion-Generation von Claas noch zu bieten hat, lesen Sie in einem ersten Fahrbericht.
The Claas Lexion 760 combine harvesters have been built since 2013, and are located in the mid-range of the 700 series. Since 2013, the only thresher in its range, has been fitted with a 12.5-litre, 6-cylinder Perkins engine. The powerful engine produces 370 k/W or 503 HP. The 760 is also available with two different suspension systems: the traditional wheeled machine and the floor-protecting TERRA TREC crawler drive. The Claas Lexion 760 MONTANA is particularly suitable for harvesting on slopes. A special drive axle allows for lateral compensation of up to 17% and longitudinal compensation of up to 6%. The working width of the Claas Lexion 760 is between 9 and 10.5 m. The use of the Claas APS HYBRID system, which consists of the APS threshing system and the ROTO PLUS residual grain separation, enables a significant increase in turnover with less loss.
The JET STREAM system uses a 6-fold turbine fan for cleaning, this is controlled electronically. The Claas Lexion 760's grain tank holds 11.000 l in the standard series and 9.000 l in the MONTANA version. The discharge capacity is about 130 l/s. Straw management is undertaken by the SPECIAL CUT II chopper with 108 closely-spaced, asymmetric blades. In the Claas Lexion 760, both the quality of the chopping and the JET STREAM system can be conveniently operated using CEBIS. The CEBIS system is located in the air-conditioned cab of Lexion 760 and features a 8.4" colour screen, the height, tilt and angle of which can be adjusted to the driver's needs. The CMOS system is also available as an option for the Lexion 760, this provides a system dialogue which guides the driver to an even better harvesting performance.