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New stuff in the GRIMME group

Whether its new machines or digital solutions, you'll find all the latest information here.

November 20, 2017

BIG5 = myGRIMME: The new online customer platform

At the core of which is a digital machine file, where all the machine specific information is saved.

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November 20, 2017

BIG5 = EVO 290: The first bunker harvester with AirSep

The EVO 290 AirSep is the machine with highest performance but also product friendly bunker harvester in the world.

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November 20, 2017

BIG5 = PowerCombi: Up to 25% improved storage capacity

Customers who want to achieve maximum utilisation of their storage capacity use both receiving hopper with combined separation technology and picking tables, in

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November 20, 2017

BIG5 = EVO: The evolution of the SE series:

In 1991 the most successful principle of a potato harvester in decades was launched.

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November 20, 2017

BIG5 = VENTOR 4150: 4 Rows, 15 Tonnes and 530 HP

GRIMME will present their brand new 4-row self-propelled VENTOR 4150 potato harvester on the Agritechnica 2017.

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November 11, 2017

Soil cultivation: New front mounted equipment for planting

GRIMME offers both two and four row vaieties in the new FA series.

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November 11, 2017

Spring technology: Two row potato planter with fertiliser box

GRIMME has combined two proven systems with the new two-row mounted potato planter GL 32 E and a fertiliser box.

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November 11, 2017

Handling equipment: The new middle class of store loaders

The new SL 716 is top of the range in its class, it is 16.1 m long and has a belt width of 65 cm.

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November 11, 2017

SPUDNIK: Mobile grader with AirSep

The Spudnik 992 AirSep Eliminator is the perfect solution for storing potatoes with a higher number of impurities such as stones and earth clods.

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November 20, 2017

ASA-LIFT: Automatic side-shift system for the intake of top lifters

The rows are detected via sensors and the intake is then automatically steered along the rows.

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