cotton stripper from John Deere can do wonders in the cotton fields of Maharashtra
and other states that produce cotton in India. According to a company report
based in the US, cotton harvest on the High Plains is often a race against the
elements. Fall weather can deteriorate quickly, reducing cotton yields, grades
and grower profits.
revolutionary new CS690 Cotton Stripper from John Deere features an onboard
module-building system that protects lint quality and enables growers to
harvest faster, with less labour and other costs. In addition, the non-stop
harvesting system significantly reduces potential downtime in the field while
increasing operator comfort.
put, the CS690 helps cotton growers accomplish more in less time," says
Dave Mulder, senior product manager, John Deere Cotton Harvesting Solutions.
"High Plains growers can strip their crops and deliver the maximum amount
of quality lint to the gin as quickly and efficiently as possible, while
reducing labour, boll buggies and other related harvesting costs."
Building on the performance and reliability of
the 7460 Cotton Stripper, John Deere has added more horsepower (500hp 13.5L
engine with 30hp boost) to the CS690, giving it the ability to harvest in tough
conditions while increasing productivity. Other key performance upgrades
include up to more than 1,000 pounds-per-minute rated throughput of seed
cotton; an 8pc cleaner speed increase (up to 700 rpm); a 10pc increase in
cotton conveying fan capacity; pro-drive transmission; and full-time four-wheel
General maintenance, service interval times,
and diagnostics have also been improved. Engineers designed the CS690 to share
subsystems and manufacturing processes with the 7760 Cotton Picker platform for
faster diagnostics and easier service.
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