The latest generation MF DELTA and MF CENTORA combines from Massey Ferguson introduce a host of new features to improve operator comfort and control as well as increase capacity and performance.
Both ranges are now equipped with the new, top level Skyline cab along with a wide range of new features plus stylish, but practical bodywork. At the same time Massey Ferguson is introducing a completely new, 10.74m wide version of its highly renowned PowerFlow cutting table for the MF DELTA combines.
“Together these combines offer customers a choice of either low power consumption and good straw quality from the unique eight straw-walkers on the conventional MF CENTORA; or high capacity, economical twin-rotor separation from the MF DELTA Hybrid,” says Adam Sherriff, Manager Marketing Powered Harvesting. “Engineering this new generation has involved more than 3,000 new drawings and fitting 700 new parts – they are the result of one of Massey Ferguson’s biggest harvesting engineering developments for the past 20 years.”
Both combines can also now be equipped with a new, ATRAK low ground pressure track system or tyres up to 710/75 R434 and remain within the 3.5m overall width. This is particularly useful for road transport in markets that have to comply with specific dimensions.
The new MF DELTA and MF CENTORA from Massey Ferguson provide a choice of high output harvesters for contractors and farmers looking for dependability, reliability and technology to suit their needs and budgets.