LEXION – the new generation
Now, the LEXION 770 has been overtaken as the most potent combine harvester in the world. The revolutionary LEXION 780 offers a never-before-seen combination of high perforᴍᴀɴce, strength, endurance, adaptability, and comfort. Here, Claas has created a world-first by revolutionizing the operation of a combined harvester machine with the CEMOS automated. The LEXION is the first combined harvester in the world to have a fully autonomous harvesting function as a result. The new technology totally autonomously regulates the ᴍᴀɴy setting settings, such as residual grain separation, and continuously modifies the machine to the harvesting conditions. As a result, the operator can harvest more effectively and for longer periods of time.

Another new feature is Dynamic Cooling, a ground-breaking cooling idea that, in addition to dynamically adjusting the cooling output, uses a novel airflow theory to combat growing dust, thereby performing a continual cleaning function. The four-link axle, created and patented by Claas, is another innovation. This offers unmatched stability, pulling strength, and mobility even on huge tires up to 1.65m high. Additional advancements in the top-tier class of combine harvesters include a bigger grain tank with even more capacity than before and faster discharge, at up to 130l/s, as well as cutting-edge engines fulfilling the strictest new exhaust regulations.

A vision that is held in the heart is where revolutions start. This encourages us to consider things from a different perspective. It develops into a mindset and subsequently serves as the catalyst for innovation. Like the new LEXION, which we have redesigned to match your deᴍᴀɴds; it is more clever and productive than ever and raises the bar for combine harvesters. a true revolution, actually.

Let’s see grain harvest by Claas Lexion 770 and 780 in large-scale operation – food from agriculture in the ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.

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Video resource: AgrarBlick