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During the next months, the Valtra ANTS model in 1:5 scale can be seen at various farm exhibitions in Europe, for example Agritechnica 2011 in Hannover, Germany or the Ramava Spring 2011 show in Riga, Latvia.
Have you already had a chance to see the Valtra ANTS concept? What do you like best about this concept tractor of the future?
The hardworking range of MF 5400 Series tractors has evolved with the introduction of four extra models, further ensuring that all your farming needs are covered.These responsive, powerful machines are designed and engineered for maximum versatility. Whether you are a livestock, dairy, arable or hillside farmer, an MF 5400 tractor will ensure the job gets done.
Superb visibility, high ground clearance, compact dimensions and excellent stability are just some of the features that make the MF 5400 range our new generation of tractors. Campbell Scott, Director of Sales Engineering and Brand Development for Massey Ferguson in Europe explains some key features of the new Massey Ferguson 5400 Series tractors at SIMA last month:
What do you think about the new 5400 series Massey Ferguson tractors?
The video below shows Thom Sanders, Challenger Product Specialist, Sprayers in Europe introducing the new Challenger RoGator 655 sprayer at the 2011 SIMA show in Paris. The brand new RoGator 600 Series (available in Europe) has been designed, developed and engineered to the highest standards, from its exclusive chassis to its novel spraying system. Radical innovations have increased performance, a fully independent suspension system offers industry-leading features and the spacious cab provides exceptional operator comfort. All three models, the 635, 645 and 655 are powered by the latest generation, economical AGCO SISU POWER engines. For more information, please visit the Challenger website.
Did you see the new RoGators on display at SIMA?
Valtra showed the biogas concept technology on the Valtra N101 tractor at the SIMA exhibition in Paris earlier this year.
Equipped with front loader, front linkage and front PTO, the N101 is a compact and versatile tractor. This makes it ideal for husbandry farms, municipalities and contractors that have the possibility of refueling with biogas.
Without making any changes to the original diesel engine, 70 to 80 percent of power is generated by biogas. The dual-fuel engine functions like a diesel engine. The gas is injected with the intake air, and combustion occurs when a small amount of diesel fuel is injected into the cylinder. If biogas is not available, the engine can run completely on diesel fuel.
The test drivers have been very satisfied with the tractor. The performance is equal compared with an ordinary Valtra N101 and the diesel fuel consumption is reported to be very low, some 3 litres per hour. The 2010-2011 winter has been exceptional cold but the tractor has been functioning without problems. The tests will continue through 2011 in Skåne, Sweden.
The Valtra biogas tractor concept was developed in cooperation with Afcon Oy, Alt-Control Oy, RAP Clean Air Systems, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Ecocat Group, Biogas Syd and Lantmannen Maskin. Source: Valtra News
Do you think biogas will become a good fuel alternative?
Greeting from Valtra! Watch the video below for a greeting direct from Paris from Luis Teles, Director, Sales and Marketing for Valtra in Europe. The show featured the new ANTS concept and Biogas tractor. The SIMA exhibition in Paris enjoys a growing reputation among international visitors. The show is also the biggest exhibition of agricultural machinery in France and attracts visitors from all over the country.
Click here for more information about Valtra at SIMA.
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