Case IH agricultural equipment increases our productivity while reducing emissions.


At Harborview Farms, we mostly utilize Case IH agricultural equipment to satisfy our machinery needs. Case IH equipment is not only powerful, productive, and reliable but complies with the latest emissions standards. 

In 1996, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) established the first off-highway diesel emissions standards with the implementation of Tier 1 regulations. Since then, standards have continued to be raised and have ended with the Tier 4B regulations in 2014. 

Our new Case IH farming machines use a SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system that maximizes engine power, increases fuel economy, and requires the use of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). DEF is a stable, non-toxic solution that is injected into the exhaust system and helps convert ammonia and carbon dioxide into harmless nitrogen and water vapor released through the exhaust pipe. 

Watch the video above to learn more about emissions standards and Case IH farming equipment. (Video courtesy of Case IH)

 

The Case IH Tier 4B equipment that we use has greatly decreased the amount of emissions like particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) that are released into the air. And best of all, this is all done without compromising power and production.

Learn more about Case IH efficient power.

We use Case-IH Axial-Flow Combines, Steiger Tractors, Magnum Tractors, Patriot Sprayers, and Early Riser Planters in our grain production.

 
 

To supply all of this Case IH equipment, we depend on Hoober, Inc. Through their strong parts and service support, Hoober, Inc. meets all of our equipment demands.

 
 
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