New Holland Construction Stands out for Productivity and Fuel Economy at Smopyc Show

New Holland Construction will showcase its latest introductions, upgrading and expanding its product offering, at the Smopyc show in Zaragoza, Spain from the 5th to the 9th of April. Among the new introductions will be the first crawler excavators and wheel loaders featuring New Holland’s Tier 4 interim solutions. Visitors to the New Holland stand, n.5-6 in Hall 7 B-D, will be able to appreciate the exceptional productivity and fuel economy of all the new models on show. In addition, New Holland will launch at the show this year’s Energy Saving Grand Prix to enable customers around Europe to test the new machines and experience their performance and fuel economy.

New Holland Construction’s Tier 4 interim solution delivers low emissions with high power and fuel efficiency

New Holland will display some of its first crawler excavator and wheel loader models featuring Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology to achieve compliance with Tier 4 interim emissions requirements. This solution, developed by FPT Industrial, is an after-treatment system, which breaks down the NOx into Nitrogen and water through a chemical reaction with a Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), marketed in Europe under the AdBlue® registered name. The new technology is easy to use: the DEF tank only needs to be refilled every 4th or 5th fuel tank refill, and AdBlue® is readily available at all New Holland dealerships. New Holland’s SCR solution dramatically reduces fuel consumption and allows the engine to do what it does best – generate power. An engine fitted with a New Holland SCR system will be on display on the stand, giving visitors the opportunity to learn more about this technology.

Power, fast cycle times, fuel economy come as standard with the new W190C wheel loader

The C Series model on show at the exhibition, the W190C, introduces a host of new features that, together with the Tier 4 interim technology, result in bigger payloads, faster cycle times and a reduction in fuel consumption by up to 10%. The W190C runs a high-pressure common rail engine that delivers best-in-class power and torque. It also features four upgraded power modes that enable the operator to match available engine power to the job at hand, maximising engine efficiency and productivity. In addition, a new optional five-speed transmission with lock-up torque converter provides faster acceleration, quicker cycle times and higher travel speeds.

Source: New Holland Construction Press Room