Case IH Axial-Flow - Model 5088 - Harvesting Equipment
Case IH launched the first single-rotor Axial-Flow® combine in 1977. Thanks to the simple and reliable design, more than 30 years later, single-rotor technology still leads the industry.
Controlling crop flow is key to harvesting success, and it starts with delivery of the crop from the header to the rotor. Axial-Flow® combine feeders promote a thick crop mat and are sized to match combine capacity – both threshing/separating capacity and throughput requirements of each combine model. Axial-Flow matched capacity
The patented transition cone with impeller system on the front of the Axial-Flow® AFX rotor smoothly accelerates the crop mat, promoting positive material flow with less impact damage – and superior threshing and separating performance.
All Axial-Flow® combines lead the industry in cleaning system size, grain quality and grain savings
Large grain tanks, longer augers, faster unloading speeds and quick-folding, no-tools-required extensions are standard on all Axial-Flow® models, so you can unload on-the-go in comfort for maximum productivity. Residue management systems can tailor residue to your tillage and livestock demands.
The 5088, 6088 and 7088 models are based on the renowned Case IH heritage chassis, for growers who prefer the simplicity of the previous 2577 and 2588 platforms, but require additional capacity.
Axial-Flow® combines are powered by proven, reliable, fuel-efficient engines, from the same engine families you’ll find in Steiger® and Magnum™ tractors. They’re powerful, turbocharged and aftercooled, Tier III compliant and approved for bio-diesel blends. Our new 30 series combines feature our new FPT Tier 4 engines, offering greater fuel savings without compromising performance.
Axial-Flow® 20 Series combines feature exclusive Power Plus Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) drives – with a dedicated drive for the rotor and a separate drive for the feeder.
The Axial-Flow® 88 Series transmissions are tailored to optimize ground speed and torque for different harvesting conditions and terrain. The two-speed option on the 5088, 6088 and 7088 models offer a wider range of working and travel speeds for increased productivity
The Axial-Flow® combine cab is designed for productivity and comfort, right down to the ergonomic console layout with color-coded controls. An industry-leading glass area gives you unsurpassed sight lines, and panoramic views of the entire header
he standard AFS® yield and moisture system on Axial-Flow® combines includes a: Moisture sensor that measures moisture levels and grain temperature Flow sensor that measures the flow of grain in the elevator
Maintenance is easy on Axial-Flow® combines: Convenient access to essential areas such as hydraulics, batteries, filters and the grain tank Fewer belts and chains to adjust and maintain Side inspection doors and service lights Non-skid surfaces on all platforms Transmission cases and gear boxes include site gauges On 20 Series combines, the Power Plus Drive dramatically reduces routine maintenance: Three drive chains No daily or 100-hour lube points that require servicing Five belts on standard machines and six belts when equipped with a chopper