The World Ag Expo opens the season of trade shows in the United States. The event in Tulare, California, gathers more than 1,500 exhibitors from February 13th to 15th and FPT Industrial is present within the New Holland Agriculture exhibit, featuring engines that power Agriculture equipment.
FPT Industrial and New Holland, sister brands within CNH Industrial, collaborate together not only for this event but also for the Farm Machinery Show, from February 14th to 17th.
Visitors to the New Holland exhibit in Tulare can discover new features and applications, such as the new forage harvester FR920, powered by the V20, FPT Industrial’s 20-liters top-of-the-range engine, which is also on display. The V20 engine can deliver a maximum power of up to 910 hp @ 1,800 rpm and maximum torque of up to 4,100 Nm @ 1,500 rpm, while maintaining low fuel consumption.
At the Farm Machinery Show, in Kentucky, visitors can find FPT Industrial engines powering New Holland boom sprayers and tractors. The FPT Industrial NEF 67 engine powers New Holland’s front boom sprayer. This engine belongs to the renowned NEF series, whose reliability is proven by more than 1.3 million units produced since 2001. The NEF 67 engine is EGR-free and ensures low fuel consumption and top class performance. The NEF 67 is also enriched by the Hi-eSCR technology, FPT Industrial patented maintenance-free after-treatment solution.
As for the tractors, FPT Industrial equips New Holland’s T6.175 Dynamic Command – which was also awarded ‘Machine of the Year’ in the mid-range category during Agritechnica - and T5.120 Electro Command, respectively with its N45 and F5 engines. Like the NEF 67, the N45 belongs to the NEF Series and promises up to 600 hours oil service intervals. While, the F5 is the perfect solution for light applications: it delivers high performance with low operating costs in a compact and flexible solution.
FPT Industrial provides to New Holland Agriculture an engine for every need, and at World Ag Expo and Farm Machinery Show visitors can discover them through FPT Industrial displays and, of course, inside New Holland equipment.
February 13, 2017