Cummins-powered CLAAS TRION combine to debut in North America

BOONE, Iowa–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Visitors to Farm Progress will be able to experience the CLAAS TRION 740 powered by Cummins for the first time. Cummins’ clean and efficient L9 engine gives farmers up to 430 hp in this state-of-the-art combine.

Ann Schmelzer, Managing Director of Cummins Global Agriculture Business, said, “Cummins has had a strong presence in the agricultural machinery industry for many years. Our wealth of experience has enabled us to offer our partner, CLAAS, products optimized for performance. We are thrilled to have the TRION making its North American debut at Farm Progress.

Designed specifically for use in the TRION, the Cummins L9 features simple, rugged EGR-free designs, which means it’s reliable and easy to maintain in tough farming operations, air management, combustion, fuel systems, exhaust after-treatment and electronic controls. means that the operation of the motor is closely aligned with that of the machine. Key technologies such as the variable geometry turbocharger are specified to deliver the responsiveness and productivity needed during harvest. Excellent fuel efficiency helps reduce total cost of ownership.

The Cummins L9 engine is proven in a range of demanding industrial applications. With up to 430 hp and 1361 Nm of torque, it offers high capabilities in a light and durable package. Fit for latest Cummins single moduleMT after-treatment system, it complies with the strictest EPA Tier 4 Final and EU Stage V ultra-low emission regulations.

“Our engineering expertise allows us to provide the best engine and work with CLAAS to tailor the power and torque curves that deliver the best powertrain to their customers,” Schmelzer concluded.

About Cummins Inc.

Cummins Inc., a global energy leader, is a complementary business segments company that designs, manufactures, distributes and services a broad portfolio of energy solutions. The Company’s product line includes diesel, natural gas, electric and hybrid powertrains and powertrain-related components, including filtration, aftertreatment, turbochargers, fuel systems, control systems, air handling systems, automated transmissions, electrical power generation systems, batteries, electrified power systems, hydrogen generation products and fuel cells. Headquartered in Columbus, Indiana (USA), since its founding in 1919, Cummins has employed approximately 59,900 people committed to powering a more prosperous world through three global corporate responsibility priorities critical to healthy communities: education, the environment and equal opportunities. Cummins serves its customers online, through a network of independent and company-owned distributors, and through thousands of dealers worldwide and earned approximately $2.1 billion on sales of $24.0 billion in 2021. Find out how Cummins is fueling an always-on world by accessing press releases and more information about

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