Sep 17, 2020
Dewulf refits R3060 harvester with enhancements

Dewulf, full-liner in machines for the cultivation of potatoes and root crops, has fitted its renowned R3060 series sieving harvesters with several updates.

Every new R3060 is now equipped with a new, more environmentally friendly Scania Stage V engine. To further optimize the engine performance, the engine compartment also got a new grille for improved heat management. In the cabin, the driver’s comfort has also been further improved, thanks to new HD monitors and cameras.

The most recent version of the R3060 is driven by a 350- or 400-hp Stage V Scania engine with AdBlue system. With this more environmentally friendly engine, Dewulf reduce the emissions of soot, fine particulates, and nitrogen from their two-row self-propelled sieving harvester. Naturally, this new engine is also fully compliant with the stricter European emission standards.

Looking at the engine compartment of the latest model of the R3060, you will see that an additional grille has been fitted. Thanks to this extra grille in the bodywork, the hot air produced by the engine can escape more easily. This should further increase the service life and performance.

Enjoyable harvesting is harvesting in full comfort. Therefore, the R3060 also got updated HD monitors and cameras. The new monitors have greatly improved image quality and the same smooth controls as before (touch + trigger switches). The camera at the back of the machine and the one on top of the bunker discharge elevator are each fitted with a wide-angle lens. This provides the driver with an excellent view of the area behind the harvester when driving in reverse. It also means he has a more complete and sharper view when filling transport vehicles or boxes, which enables him to better judge when they are fully loaded.

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Sparta, MI 49345


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