FARMOTION ENGINES. MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY IN A COMPACT UNIT.
Hard at work under the newly designed bonnet are extremely compact three- and four-cylinder FARMotion Stage 3B (Tier 4i) engines. Specially developed for agricultural applications, these common rail engines feature electronic injection with a pressure of 2,000 bar, a new valve concept, enlarged cylinders, a new crankshaft design, an electronic exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) management system and a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) system – all of which means they deliver maximum performance and constant torque even at low engine speeds. Fuel consumption, emissions, vibrations and noise have been minimised. Other new features include a compact cooling system with an enlarged cooling surface, intercooling, a fuel cooling system, an air-conditioning condenser, optimised air flow and a Powercore air filter with dust removal. Both systems support engine efficiency and are designed for long maintenance intervals as well as fast, straightforward service work. The fuel tank is built into the front axle block and can be filled without opening the bonnet. It contains no less than 55 litres. For extra fuel capacity, an additional tank can be included below the driver’s platform, holding 40 litres (5DF mo-dels) or 30 litres (5DS and 5DV models).