ENGINE

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New Holland are not going it alone when it comes to Tier 4 technology, they can draw on the experience of their in-house engine development specialist: FPT Industrial.
Pioneers: Fiat invented Common Rail technology in the 1980s and brought it to the masses in 1997 on the Alfa Romeo 156. They were the very first to introduce it on agricultural machines on the TS-A tractor. Pioneering. Always.
Cleaner: for the fifth consecutive year, CNH Industrial has topped the Dow Jones Stainability World and Europpe Indexes for the Industrial Engineering sector. Cleaner. Everywhere.
Proven: FPT Industrial has pioneered SCR technology since 1995 and has already produced over 450,000 SCR engines during the last eight years for the agricultural, construction and haulage industries. Reliability. Confirmed.


ECOBlue™ Hi-eSCR explained

An evolution of the existing ECOBlue™ SCR system, you will benefit from the highest NOx conversion efficiency in the industry. This multi-patented system uses a new Engine Control Unit, which not only manages the engine, but also the HI-eSCR after treatment system by controlling the supply and dosing modules. Using a dedicated closed loop system, it continuously monitors the NOx levels in the exhaust gases, ensuring that during every cycle the precise amount of AdBlue® is injected to achieve NOx conversion of over 95%, all while guaranteeing low fluid consumption.


The power and efficiency you’ve come to expect from New Holland

The 6.7 litre FPT Industrial NEF engine features ECOBlue™ HI-eSCR technology for Tier 4B compliance. It pumps out up to a massive 313hp(CV) whist maintaining impressive fuel efficiency. In order to effectively deliver the additional power, the NEF engine has been significantly strengthened with additional subframe supports. This has also enabled the maximum gross vehicle weight to increase to an impressive 16 tonnes. Maximum torque is available at a mere 1400rpm whilst maintaining the lightening quick transient response you’ve come to expect from a New Holland tractor.


Variable geometry turbo technology

When farming in variable field and road conditions, New Holland knows that a responsive engine is a must. That is why variable geometry turbo technology has been introduced to maintain the maximum 1282Nm of torque across a 500rpm engine range. Whether you’re operating at 1200rpm or 1700rpm you’ll have all that torque available. So when load is increased you’ll keep on going. The VG T also makes turbo lag a thing of the past, so when you ask your T7 Heavy Duty for more, it responds. Instantly.


Save fuel to reduce your carbon footprint

ECOBlue™ HI-eSCR technology for Tier 4B compliance reduces NOx emissions and maintains the T7 Series’ impressive fuel efficiency, bringing about a substantial cut in your farm’s carbon emissions. Visit www.carbonid.newholland.com to find out just how much carbon you could save!


All the power you need always available

Here at New Holland we’re passionate about transient response. You might think so what. But it’s your productivity guarantee. Put simply, as your NEF engine only breathes clean fresh air it can react even quicker when placed under load. Significantly quicker in fact. Therefore, when you’re transporting fully laden grain trailers and you encounter a hill, you’ll be able to maintain constant forward speed with no slow down. Transient response. We’ve got it covered.


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