S-Series. The Automated Combine

S-Series. The automated Combine
The World’s favourite Combine

The World’s favourite Combine

When you experience its range of adaptive automation tools it's easy to see why the S-Series is the world's favourite combine, with more sold than any other model. Simple to set up, they ensure every operator's productivity is as good as the best operators.

Optimised Performance Features

Optimised Performance Features

Research amongst a wide range of combine operators showed that, on average, the utilisation of the installed capacity can be increased by up to 20%*. With the adaptive automation tools on the S-Series you can be sure you will always achieve that extra 20%, no matter who is sitting in the operator's seat.

<1% Broken Kernerls

<1% Broken Kernels

The single rotor of the S-Series gives you a clear advantage over other, more traditional and hybrid systems: The crop passes over the threshing areas multiple times compared to a tangential threshing system. The grain is separated out of the ears using friction and this "rubbing effect" treats the grain very gentle resulting in low grain damage.

Ultra Low Maintenance Costs

Ultra Low Maintenance Costs

The S-Series is designed for minimal maintenance and service requirements: The S700 is mechanically simpler with less maintenance than other combine concepts and up to 40% lower wear part costs**

S-Series. The automated combine

S-Series. The automated combine

The large single rotor produces high quality grain with very low losses thanks to its gentle crop handling and automated control systems.

ModelMax Power (ECE R120), HP (KW)Rotor length, mmTOTAL cleaning Shoe area with/without front chaffer according to ISO Norm 6689: 1997, m²Grain Tank ANSI/ASAE S312 norm, L

455 (335)

3,124

5.9/5.2

10,600

547 (402)

3,124

5.9/5.2

14,100 (10,600 for HM)

579 (426)

3,124

5.9/5.2

14,100 (10,600 for HM)

625 (460)

3,124

5.9/5.2

14,100 (10,600 for HM)

* From ‘dlz agrarmagazin’ 6/2017
** "Bauernblatt SH/HH", August 10th 2019, www.bauernblatt.com