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CVT Explained

AGCO’s Fendt brand first introduced the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) for agricultural products in 1995. With over 100,000 tractors manufactured to date, it is the only true step-less transmission in the agricultural market today. While the CVT is superior in efficiently transferring power to the ground, the largest benefit is realized when operators can throttle-down and speed-up offering market-leading production and fuel efficiencies.

Find out more information about the award-winning Fendt VARIO® CVT with its infinite speed selection.

One Response to “CVT Explained”

  • Borisych:

    2 drawbacks.
    1.hydraulic fluid will get hot, causing energy losses and overheating.
    2.transmission will work unevenly with pushes . to transmit the motion in both directions two one way clutches will be necessery. loads and shocks in the clutch will be big.

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