Case IH - Model 5088 - Axial-Flow Combines
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. Six core principles drive AFX Axial-Flow rotor design: Simplicity - Fewer moving parts for better reliability and easy service. Grain Quality - Gentle grain-on-grain threshing minimizes grain damage. Grain Savings - Through thorough threshing and efficient separation. Crop Adaptability - Harvests more than 80 types of grains in many conditions. Matched Capacity - Matched systems optimize crop flow and productivity. Resale Value - Impressive resale value maximizes your investment.
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:
- Ensures smooth, consistent crop flow into the machine and improves productivity
- Provides maximum capacity and grain recovery
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.
- Rotor Transition Cone
- Rotor Cage
- Rotor Concave/Module Wrap
- 20 Series Rotor Modules
- 88 Series Concave and Grate Options