Case IH 4400 series corn headers offer excellent picking ability in both standing and down corn, increasing grain savings in all circumstance. What’s more, they offer unrivalled ease of servicing to ensure they are ready for work in no time at all, and perform in all harvesting conditions. The dividers are key to pick up layed crop or seperate tangled corn plants. They have a considerable influence on the result of the harvest. The narrow, smooth profile and the flatter angle of 4400 series dividers guarantees the picking-up of corn plants with minimal cob losses. An optional layed crop spiral auger insures that all corn is captured at the end of the header, for reduced cob loss in tall or down corn harvest conditions. The result is productivity as never before. The first principle of 4400 header series design was to maximise grain savings. Industry-exclusive unique corn retention louvres channel loose kernels into the auger, so that nothing falls back onto the field.
DESIGNED TO CATER FOR HIGH YIELD CONDITIONS
The 4400 corn headers are designed to handle increasing corn yields and tougher corn plants. With the increased productivity of the Axial-Flow® combines, the double roller chains run in an oil bath, to operate the row units in 8 and 12 and 16 row corn headers. It gives them the ability to handle the toughest and heaviest crop conditions at the maximum reliabilty. The row unit gearboxes themselves are a heavy-duty design, with the main gear box housing made from aluminum for reduced header weight. All row units are slip clutch protected and run in an oil bath for quiet running and high reliability.