Tribine Harvester announced the release of the new and improved Tribine Model T1000. Since the original release of the Tribine, thousands of man-hours have been spent testing and refining the award-winning concept. Tribine was a recipient an AE50 award for Outstanding Agricultural Machinery Innovation in 2016.

Per Greg Terjesen, Vice President, Sales & Marketing for the company stated, “The changes we are announcing are in addition to the engine upgrades announced last year, when we shifted to twin 9.0-liter engines producing 650 continuous horsepower. The 2018 modifications are a direct result of customer input and untold hours of field testing.”

The Tribine features the world’s largest threshing and cleaning system, the largest grain bin incorporated on any combine, plus the industry’s only center articulated steering system featuring full time AWD, and rear wheel steering giving the operator the flexibility of having all four wheels in the same or opposite direction.

According to company, the T1000 features the lowest compaction of any harvesting system on the market today, making no-till practical and profitable in the corn belt. Farmers will have the luxury of parking their tractors and grain carts versus continually crossing the field reducing yield and corresponding profitability.