Redesign of flagship Enduro


30 November 2023
New self-propelled sieving harvesters to make their appearance in 2024.

DEWULF is unveiling a redesign of its flagship Enduro this month - just over three years since it was initially introduced to the general public.

The latest generation of the four-row self-propelled sieving harvester on tyres features a new ring elevator, which the manufacturer says has significantly increased the processing capacity. The combination of larger bag volume, higher running speed and better product distribution have boosted the capacity by around 50%. The construction of the ring elevator has also been simplified.

The Enduro will now be available in a 4 x 90 cm configuration to meet growing market demand in globally.

Dewulf offers two engine options on the second-generation harvester. In addition to Scania's well-known 450 hp engine, a heavier-duty 550 hp version will now also be available. This is intended to meet the needs of users who require extra power, such as those who work in hilly conditions and at higher harvesting speeds.

There is also an optional telescopic wheel axle on the 4 x 75 cm version.

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The new design features fewer guards, mainly for improved accessibility, while the main frame is now sturdier and stiffer. The (larger) anthracite-coloured fuel tank also provides a more balanced overall look of the machine.

The aspects that were praised on the first-generation Enduro have remained unchanged, such as the continuously adjustable inclination angle (from 0 and 12°) on the available cleaning modules.

For a harvester on tyres, the Enduro boasts excellent traction.

The first units of the second-generation Enduro are rolling off the production line and will be seen in the field and on the roads during the 2024 harvest season.


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