The new Case IH Module Express 635 onboard module-building cotton harvester offers unequaled cost-per-acre harvest savings. And with its 400 horsepower Case IH FTP 8.7 liter engine, it takes performance to a whole new level.
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Proven to be 17.9% more fuel efficient than prior model years
In-line 6 cylinder
Wet sleeve cylinder design
Bed plate block design
Cross flow cylinder head
Roller overhead camshaft
Four valves per cylinder
Intake air grid heater
Fixed geometry turbocharged with waste gate
Electronic high pressure common rail fuel injection
Module-Building Chamber At the heart of the Module Express 635 is the Case IH module building chamber. The module-building chamber is designed to vertically pack a transportable module with no exterior twine or plastic to worry about. A single operator runs one machine that goes from boll to module in one single step.
Automatic Intelligent Auger Packing System The Case IH module-building chamber incorporates a patented system of sensors and augers to move cotton automatically as the module is being compressed. It creates consistent, rectangular modules for excellent weatherability and ginning. And the modules are purposely sized to maximize gin-feeding rates without adding any alterations or expenses.
Standard "Half" Modules At 8 ft x 8 ft x 16 ft (2 m x 2 m x 5 m), the modules produced by the Module Express 625 are the same height and width as a standard module but half the length. These 16 ft (5 m) “half” modules load and unload individually, yet two fit into a standard module truck like one traditional 32 ft (10 m) module.
No Twine, No Plastic The whole idea of new technology should be to maximize productivity without added expense. That's why Case IH modules are purposely sized to maximize gin-feeding rates without any modifications at the gin. And because there isn’t any plastic wrap or twine to buy or dispose of, it can't contaminate finished bales.
Complete Information and Control from the Cab The AFS Pro 700 Monitor brings enhanced processing speed, reduced overall size, and many other new features that are all designed to increase productivity, profitability and help maximize your farms' potential. By tracking percent full, module weight and bales per acre, you can easily plan drop-off points around the field that can be conveniently accessed for loading onto module trucks.
The module monitor provides operation status and percent full. In the majority of field length and yield possibilities, the Module Express 635 will be on a field end when the module is between 90 and 125 percent of normal size and ready to unload. This minimizes handling of the modules — the module truck picks up the module right where it is unloaded.A 7 in (18 cm), flat-screen, color LCD video monitor provides two camera views — in the module chamber and a rear view behind the machine.
Two-sided Drum For Maximum Picking Efficiency Because cotton plants have two sides, so why not pick both? Maximize your yield and profit by picking more cotton from both sides of the row. Get the most through plant penetration and picking efficiency - more than an in-line drum that picks only from one side.
Extenda-Wear™ Spindles The Module Express 625 Cotton Picker features Extenda-Wear Plus™ spindles with a superior barb pattern of three rows of fourteen barbs. The first three barbs in each row are cut at a 30-degree angle to pick efficiently and help the cotton easily move off the spindle during the doffing process. For more efficient picking, the last 11 barbs are cut at a 45-degree angle. Extenda-Wear Plus spindles have 90-micron chrome thickness to provide you with maximum durability.