|Case IH's New Patriot 2250 Sprayer|
Case IH’s new 660-gallon-capacity Patriot 2250 sprayer, introduced at the Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Ill., features best-in-class horsepower, along with the fuel efficiency that comes with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)-only emissions technology.
Using a Case IH FPT 6.7-liter engine, the new Patriot 2250 sprayer is rated at 175 horsepower — a 6% increase over the Patriot 2240 model — and peaks at an impressive 190 horsepower, nearly 10% higher than its Patriot 2240 counterpart. Case IH Efficient Power frees the engine to produce more raw power and torque with less fuel while meeting Tier 4 Final requirements.
Additional enhancements include a new four-speed range hydrostatic drive, Sauer Danfoss series 90 heavy-duty hydrostatic pumps and new front-wheel motors for on-the-go shifting and increased diesel fuel and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) capacities. Its redesigned service center — similar in layout to larger Patriot models — makes tendering the Patriot 2250 sprayer simple. A new, easy-open clamshell design on the rear-engine hood provides improved accessibility.
A new front-fill design and advanced radio features allow for greater customization. Boom choices include 60-80 feet or 60-90 feet and feature a parallel-link attachment for a wide range of heights. The sprayer is compatible with all Case IH precision ag technology offerings.