New Holland to showcase Tractors, Combines, Foragers and Balers at FTMTA
Visitors to the FTMTA Grass & Muck show in Ireland will be able to see demonstrations of a wide range of New Holland machinery including its latest tractors, foragers and balers as well as a selection of equipment from the agricultural construction range.
FR920 Forage Harvester
The star of New Holland’s exhibition will be the new flagship FR920, featuring the all-new FPT Industrial V20 engine developed specifically for forage harvesting applications. It delivers a massive 670 kW (911 hp) maximum power at 1600 to 1800 rpm, 4,095 Nm maximum torque and a productivity-boosting 44% torque rise at 2100-1600 rpm.
The power curve is mapped to match the precise requirements of foraging applications ensuring the best transient response, reacting fast to changing load. The V20 engine delivers the most fuel-efficient performance in the 1600 to 1900 rpm working range. This, together with the low maintenance costs results in the machine’s excellent Total Cost of Operation.
Demonstrating round baling operations will be New Holland’s Roll Baler 125 featuring the latest pick-up, which was introduced on the Big Baler and Roll Belt balers.
At 2.3 m, the Roll Baler 125 is 300mm wider than in the previous model. The 5 tine bars with double cam drive and the adjustable suspension deliver ultimate feeding capacity and best-in-class pick up efficiency.
The improved roller windguard, also adopted from the Big Baler range, ensures perfect feeding of very small or heavy windrows and is available with a choice of removable fixed or swivel wheels that can be stowed on the pick up for transport, and remains under 3m wide when the pick-up wheels are installed.
New Holland will demonstrate its new T6 Dynamic Command multi-purpose tractor with new, 8 step semi-powershift transmission. Offering between 145 and 175 max hp with engine power management, the lowest fuel consumption levels of a 4-cylinder agricultural tractor, and a host of productivity-boosting features, the T6 Dynamic Command models sets a new benchmark in efficiency.
The T6 24×24 Dynamic Command add a further choice to the popular Basildon-Built T6 range, complementing the T6 Electro Command and Auto Command models.
Additional tractors working at the show will include models from the T7 SWB, T7 LWB Auto Command, the T5 and T5 Electro Command ranges. A model form the T7 Heavy Duty series will be static on the stand.
New Holland’s T5.120 tractor and winner of Best Utility Tractor of the Year 2017 will be on display. Launched in 2016, the T5 Tier 4B range incorporates a host of new features designed to boost comfort, efficiency and productivity, as well as meet stringent Tier 4B emissions regulations.
Also launched in 2016, visitors will be able to take a closer look at the T6 Tier 4B tractor. The new T6 delivers powerful and highly efficient performance, unmatched operator comfort, improved all-round visibility and exceptional manouverability. The new range offers the ultimate in productivity, tailored to match individual farming operations.
Telehandlers and loaders
New Holland’s LM telehandler LM6.32 and a selection of equipment from the agricultural construction range will also be on stand.
New Holland LM telehandlers deliver an unrivalled mix of performance, dependability and affordability. With the latest LM series, enhanced performance and economy are matched to improved comfort and reduced operating costs. The five model range, consisting of the LM6.32, LM7.35, LM9.35 and LM6.35 Elite and LM7.42 Elite models, feature an exceptionally strong boom and chassis with the latest engine and transmissions, while the cab sets a benchmark for low noise and comfort.
The W170D Wheel Loader from New Holland’s agricultural construction stable, will be demonstrated on a silage clamp, illustrating its outstanding loading performance with unrivalled comfort. Designed for the demands of large scale farmers, contractors, composting operators and biogas farmers, where a strong loading performance is critical.
They are ideal for tasks such as re-handling of root crops, compost, farmyard manure, grain, woodchip and other bulk materials and are developed from machines that have proven their strength, performance and reliability in the toughest environments.