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Setting new standards

The combination of this efficient double clutch transmission together with the NEF 4.5 litre engine with ECOBlueTM Hi-eSCR (High Efficiency Selective Catalytic Reduction) achieved a fuel consumption of just 258 g/kWh and 23 g/kWh AdBlue in the DLG PowerMix 1.0 Test – the lowest ever measured by the test on a 4-cylinder agricultural tractor, -9% fuel consumption. The test also revealed the T6 Dynamic Command’s driveline efficiency with 93% of engine power available at the PTO shaft.

* Data sourced from independent external sources: DLG test reports http://www.dlg.org/tractors.html and UK Profi International The Farm Machinery Magazine, based on 4 cylinder published DLG test.

Productivity features, automation kept simple

The new T6 Dynamic CommandTM makes it easy to breeze through a full day of intense work with a host of new functions.

  • Smart Range Shift; will always put you in the correct gear when making a range shift, any overlap gears from one range to the next are skipped giving sequential ratios and rapid acceleration.
  • Dynamic StartStop; this is the perfect feature to ease the burden for the driver particularly where the tractor is stopping frequently, typically front-end loader operation or haulage work. Simply press the brake pedal and the tractor will slow and come to a standstill, there’s no need to engage neutral or depress the clutch pedal. Release the brakes and the drive is reengaged, simple effective automation.
  • Auto Shift; the entry level of automation that takes care of shifting gears based on an adjustable engine speed threshold. Depending on the task the operator chooses how much the engine speed can reduce before a ratio change is made.
  • Ground Speed Management; with this advanced level of automation the required working speed is dialed in and the Dynamic CommandTM will do the rest. Shifting up and throttling back the engine whenever possible, all done automatically to maintain the target speed while reducing fuel consumption.
  • Adjustable Shuttle Aggression; some tasks require the smoothest shuttle possible, sometimes the fasted direction change is the priority, with the T6 the driver can decide. Three aggression levels for shuttle speed are easily selected, just another way to optimise the performance of the Dynamic CommandTM.
  • Dynamic IntelliShiftTM System; this is the brains behind each gear shift, every shift is unique. A closed loop analysis of engine speed, input and output transmission shaft speed, load and forward speed ensure that every shift is as consistently smooth as possible, even the oil temperature has an influence on those frosty mornings.
  • Kick Down; for the most rapid acceleration the driver simply presses the throttle fully and the tractor will automatically downshift positioning the engine speed at peak power. The result, the fastest rate of acceleration and more tonnes hauled through the day.
  • Transport Power ManagementTM; when above 22 kph, the HI-eSCR NEF engine cleverly switches to a power curve with a different profile that concentrates more power at higher engine revs. This delivers consistent tractor acceleration rates across the rpm band, from peak power to maximum engine speed.

These features individually deliver unarguable operator benefits, combine them with an industry best 8-step powershift and the Dynamic CommandTM becomes a significant advance in technology choice for customers. 

Superior operating comfort; reduced driver input, higher output

When it comes to controlling the T6 Dynamic CommandTM customers can choose from two versions of the multi-award-winning SideWinderTM II armrest, one with electronic hydraulic remote valves or one for mechanical valves. For the mechanical option the integrated control panel has been repositioned to the front of the armrest to provide unobstructed access to the mechanical remote levers on the right hand trim.

The CommandGripTM multifunction handle is also available in two versions, fixed or an optional force based version taken from the Auto CommandTM CVT tractors. Pushing the CommandGripTM forwards will shift up gears, rearwards down gears. Engage reverse and the logic cleverly reverses, pulling rearwards upshifts, a common logic to the established speed control on the Auto CommandTM. While operating in Ground Speed Management mode pushing forward will accelerate the tractor towards the requested target speed, pulling rearwards decelerates the tractor.

To create the perfect front end loader tractor the T6 can now be specified with CustomSteerTM, a new variable ratio steering feature that delivers the full manoeuvrability of the T6 with reduced turns of the steering wheel. Repetitive manoeuvring while loading is made easy, just one rotation of the steering wheel can turn the steering fully from left to right while still maintaining precise control. Add in the brake to clutch feature, a high flow hydraulic pump, an advanced loader joystick with transmission controls, the high visibility roof and you can see why the T6 Dynamic CommandTM is perfect loading tractor.

The T6 Dynamic CommandTM can be offered with ISOBUS Class 3 capability. Hitched to a New Holland round baler with IntelliBaleTM the baler itself can stop the tractor when a bale is formed, eject the bale and close the tailgate. The driver is left to simply press the shuttle button to recommence baling.  

New Holland’s philosophy is that advanced features should deliver benefits and not bring complication for the operator. Ease of use is a fundamental design criteria and the T6 Dynamic CommandTM is no exception to this rule.

 

 


 July 15

Partners 12 Magazine

Have a look at the new Partners 12 which is about Expo 2015

Click on the link

http://www.wmdealersupport.co.uk/_lib/PDFs/Partners-12-INB-version.pdf

 

 

May 14

New Partners Magazine

Please use the following link to read the new partners magazine. http://agriculture.newholland.com/uk/en/Content/Partners7_INB/index.html 21/12/2012

 

 

Using ADBLUE

Do you want to know what some New Holland customers think of using adblue in their tractors. You can see and hear what they have to say. Please go to the following web site – http://www.thecleanenergyleader.com/en/tier_IV/real_stories.html
18/04/2012