Posts Tagged ‘Challenger’
Gaston Haesen, Product Support Specialist for tracked tractors, gives us a tour of the Challenger MT700C. This is a tracked tractor which boasts more traction than wheeled tractors because of the long surface on the belt when in contact with the ground. The weight of this tractor is divided across the tracks which, as well as transferring power to the ground more efficiently results in less soil compaction.
Hubertus Von Dungern, Product Marketing Applications Manager, presents the new RoGator600B. This machine has been designed, developed and engineered to the highest standards, from its chassis to its spraying system. The RG600B is powered by the latest generation, economical AGCO SISU Power engines. The suspension system offers industry-leading features and the spacious cab provides exceptional operator comfort.
Here at Agritechnica, Frank Rombouts, Business Development Specialist, gives us a tour of the Challenger RoGator 1396. This machine features a drive package that allows you to match speed to field conditions more efficiently. The RG1396 is built to provide a working environment that will sustain the operator for long working periods. Technology and performance upgrades offer even more versatility to enhance performance. Overall, this is very reliable and efficient machine, for multi-season use.
Gaston Marx, takes us on a tour of Challenger Technology at Agritechnica 2011. The AgCommand system can be installed on all machines, even if they are non-AGCO machines, to log data including fuel usage and data of work that has been completed yearly. From this information the user will be able to monitor and improve efficiency on their farm.
Thom Sanders, Product Specialist Applications, gives us a tour around the new TerraGator 845. This is the first 4-wheeled TerraGator on the market in Europe and offers a new integrated drive line, to offer the customer ultimate power and efficiency in fuel economy. This TG845 has an AGCO SISU Power engine with SCR technology. This machine has a brand new look, consisting of a smaller nose to give the operator a better view and a safer entrance with a large platform and bigger door. The TerraGator 845 is currently shown as a pilot machine, and will be going into production next year.