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Braud 9000 Series grape harvesters launched

New Holland Agriculture has added the new Braud 9000 series to its portfolio of self-propelled grape harvesters

Featuring the 9090L and 9090X, the new line-up pairs Braud best-in-class harvesting with innovative new features designed to deliver high-quality, clean grapes to the world’s vineyards.

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“We are proud to build on the Braud legacy in grape harvesting to bring the next series of harvesters to market for professional vineyards,” says Karl Harvey, product specialist for New Holland Braud and specialty tractors.

“The new Braud 9000 series maintains the proven, industry-leading features like the Noria crop transportation system, the Shaking Dynamic Control system, and the premium Opti-Grapecleaning system, while introducing new features, such as the side conveyer with destemmer, designed to increase efficiency and productivity for wine growers.”

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The new Braud 9090X model offers a configuration option including both a sidearm conveyor and a destemmer for maximum in-field productivity. The largest model in the line-up, the 9090X is a fit for vineyards with row spacing of eight feet and wider. The sidearm conveyor allows the harvester to work continuously, without having to stop to unload the hoppers.

Adding the optional SOCMA patented destemmer eliminates 99.56% of harvest impurities, or MOG (material other than grapes), Harvey says.

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“Removing MOG in the field delivers cleaner, premium grapes to the winery, saving time and labour while improving wine taste and quality.”

The washing process now features wireless remote-control convenience to provide effective, time-saving washing. The picking head wash time is reduced by a unique pre-washing system featuring a strategically positioned water supply pipe, nozzles positioned to key areas, and fewer debris accumulation areas. 

Options for precision farming 

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Helping savetime and enhance harvesting performance, the IntelliView IV colour touchscreen monitor is fixed on a sliding rail. This can move up and down the cab pillar to a position where the operator is comfortable.

When compatible multifunction implements are connected, the IntelliView IV monitor automatically sets work pages for easier control and management of the machine. The optional RTS system uses GPS technology to map the rows on the IntelliView IV monitor, displaying harvested rows, missed rows and overlaps.

This is especially useful during night work and for spraying applications. Braud harvesters are powered by FPT Industrial 4 and 6-cylinder Tier 4B HI-eSCR common rail electronic engines providing 144 to 182 horsepower.

FPT Industrial NEF engines require no EGR valve solution, as engine only breathes fresh clean air. As a result, engine power outputs are equivalent to higher horsepower competitors that use EGR valves.

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