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New Holland show new models at Plantworx 2013

New Holland Construction’s full range of equipment will be well represented at the first Plantworx exhibition, reflecting the breadth of their range that includes models with configurations for special applications, such as the new W170C Recycler on display. New Holland will also unveil at the show their latest models, which will be making their first public appearance in the UK. 

The E85C, the first mid-sized excavator in the industry featuring Tier 4 Final technology, meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards with Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (CEGR) technology combined with a simple Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) after-treatment system. The new three-pump hydraulic system delivers best-in-class swing speed at 11.5 rev/min and drawbar pull force at 76.8kN as well as control and precision. 

The E140C SR short-radius crawler excavator, features New Holland’s integrated Noise and Dust reduction (iNDr) system, which minimizes noise, optimizes cooling and maximizes particulate filtration. The high-efficiency intelligent hydraulics that maximize performance according to the task being performed, combined with the new ECO mode, add up to exceptional fuel savings and productivity, according to New Holland.

The top-of-the range L230 skid-steer loader delivers a torque of 340Nm at a low engine speed of 1,400 rev/min with its 90hp turbocharged engine, making immediately available more pushing power and saving fuel, as well as enhancing operator comfort. The high engine and hydraulic power combined with the machine’s balance mean that it can mount buckets of up to 0.58m2 capacity. The fuel efficiency and large 96.5 litre fuel tank give the L230 great autonomy so that it can easily run for 8-10h without refuelling. New Holland’s vertical lift SuperBoom allows operators to load material right up to the centre of the truck bed, so that the it can be loaded much faster from one side.

The 15-ton WE150B PRO wheeled excavator is suitable for high precision work; it features brand new controls that make it easy to operate and service. The efficient engine and the working modes that optimize the use of power and fuel result in low fuel consumption. The large displacement engine and three-pump hydraulic system are designed for long service life and the simplified maintenance and longer service intervals mean lower costs and more uptime.

The new W170 Recycler is designed for the aggressive and dusty conditions of waste-handling and recycling facilities. It comes with a full package of protection guards for hoses, lights, cylinders, transmission shaft, fuel tank, windscreen, axles, front and rear chassis to ensure the operator’s safety, enhance the machine’s durability and protect its residual value. It features New Holland’s cooling system design, where radiators are placed to form a box. This design ensures maximum cooling efficiency and makes it easy to clean the radiators. The Tier 4 interim SCR technology enhances safety on recycling and waste-management facilities, which can be vulnerable to fire ignition risks, because of the lower temperatures of the catalyst and the AdBlue fluid sprayed in the exhaust that kills any sparks.

In addition to the new machines on show, New Holland’s stand will also feature the E215C. The 21-tonne E215C achieves high levels of fuel economy by utilizing New Holland’s Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology and the high-efficiency hydraulic system. The SCR after-treatment system allows the six-cylinder common-rail engine to focus entirely on generating power with no exhaust recirculation or particulate filters required. The hydraulic system’s Hydrotonic technology ensures 100% pump utilization, delivering extra performance, but also high levels of fuel efficiency. The upgraded Advanced Electronic Processor and the introduction of an ECO working mode optimize the fuel consumption according to customer needs, with no compromise on performance. The result is low fuel consumption with average values of between 9 litres/h and 13 litres/h, depending on the application.

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