New Holland LM telehandlers Tier 4B: More power, added features, greater value


New Holland LM telehandlers Tier 4B: More power, added features, greater value
Wednesday, November 15, 2017Description :

New Holland six to nine metre LM telehandlers have been upgraded to include new Tier 4B compliant engines. All five models benefit from a power increase together with detail enhancements to further enhance performance and versatility. The compact LM5.25 is unchanged.

Purpose developed to meet the demands of intensive farm and contract operators, the latest LM series deliver greater performance and enhanced longevity with the added advantage of the full support of the extensive New Holland dealer network. For intensive livestock operations, these latest models offer improved traction for enhanced productivity when mucking out or building a silage clamp.

Contract operators will benefit from enhanced performance on the road, with greater lugging power and revised gearing to cope with difficult terrain. This will reduce transport times between jobs and increase overall productivity.

?The LM telehandler series offers a class leading balance between performance, operator comfort and efficiency, says Sean Lennon, Head of Tractors. ?These latest models provide enhanced performance and features without any compromise in whole-life operating costs.?

More choice for all models

The LM6.32, LM7.35 and LM9.35 models benefit from significant changes to the 4x3 Powershift transmission, revised gear ratios delivering considerably enhanced hill climbing and towing performance at transport speeds. These models can be specified with a limited slip differential in the rear axle rear to enhance tractive effort in demanding conditions. In addition, these models can be specified with a 140 litres/min variable displacement hydraulic pump and the option of a high crowd angle of 142 degrees. As standard, these models have a 120 litres/min gear pump and 128degree crowd angle.

General options available across all models include new lighting packages. This allows users to specify up to ten 2500 lumen LED lights to deliver exceptional illumination to the front, sides and rear of the machine. Additional tool boxes, front and rear, can also be specified. Elite models can now be fitted with an additional shuttle control on the steering column, doubling up on the existing direction control on the main joystick.

Other enhancements include new boom seals to prevent dust and debris accumulation inside the sliding sections and pressure relief in the auxiliary hydraulic circuit to make swapping front attachments faster and easier.

Significant Power increases on FPT Industrial HI-eSCR Tier 4B NEF engines
LM6.32, LM7.35 and LM9.35 models benefit from maximum horsepower increases of 12hp to 133hp, with the LM6.35 Elite and LM7.42 Elite models receiving an increase of 3hp to 146hp. The update to Tier 4B compliance also means the LM range employ proven ECOBlueTM Hi-eSCR technology for clean running efficiency.

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