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The crop flow.

An optimal crop flow is a major factor in determining the daily output. The crop flows in a straight line through the entire machine without any awkward angles.

JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

The crop flow.

An optimal crop flow is a major factor in determining the daily output. The crop flows in a straight line through the entire machine without any awkward angles.

Crop flow.


JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

Built to meet the challenge.

Front attachments.

With their versatile range of front attachments, CLAAS JAGUAR machines harvest an extremely diverse array of crops around the world.


JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

Consistent high performance.

Feeder unit.

The feeder system of the JAGUAR is powerful, economical and can be adapted to different field conditions. The COMFORT CUT drive is integrated in the main drive train. Its advantage: variations in the engine and cylinder speed are matched by corresponding changes in the COMFORT CUT drive. This results in consistent chopped material quality at all times.


JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

Precise chopping, easy service.

Knife drum.

CLAAS offers five variants of the V-MAX knife drum with differing knife configurations in accordance with the different market requirements.


JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

Optimal processing.

Corncracker.

The length of cut and processing requirements for silage differ widely depending on the individual farm and the purpose for which the silage is to be used. The spectrum extends from extremely short chop lengths of between 3.5 and 12 mm all the way up to the SHREDLAGE®process with lengths greater than 25 mm.


JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

Acceleration the energy-saving way.

Crop accelerator.

The accelerator is ideally positioned in the JAGUAR for optimum performance of its task. The crop flow does not have to negotiate any awkward angles and is centred by the V-shaped accelerator paddles. This reduces the energy requirement and wear to the side walls.


JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

Modular structure.

Upper discharge chute.

High strength and a low dead weight are the key characteristics of the upper discharge chute. The highly concentrated crop stream can be directed more reliably, minimising wasteful losses. The modular design enables the system to be adjusted to different working widths. Three extensions (M / L / XL) allow working widths of up to 9.0 metres. The back of the upper discharge chute is entirely bolted: as a result, the back plates also function as wear plates.


JAGUAR 980-930 (Type 497) 900

High-quality silage.

Silage additive system.

The intelligent systems of the JAGUAR form the basis for excellent silage quality at the end of the process: with precisely dosed additives (0.5 l/t to 2 l/t (at 200 t/h)) from the 375-litre tank or highly concentrated ones from the new ACTISILER 37.

The dry matter content value determined by the near infrared sensor (NIR) serves as a reference for programming the length of cut and the additives.