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New Holland is not going it alone when it comes to Stage V technology. They can draw on the experience of their in-house engine development group: 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 ninth consecutive year, CNH Industrial has topped the Dow Jones Sustainability World and Europe indexes for the Industrial Engineering sector. Cleaner. Everywhere.
Proven: FPT Industrial has pioneered SCR technology since 1995 and has already produced over 1 million SCR engines during the last eight years for the agricultural, construction and trucking industry. The award-winning HI-eSCR solution has been extensively tested and clinched the European Truck of Year 2013 award for the Iveco Stralis Hi-Way heavy duty on-road truck. Reliability. Confirmed.

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ECOBlue™ HI-eSCR 2 explained

The entire T7 range complies with Stage V emissions standards, which mandate a further 40% reduction of Particulate Matter content compared to previous Tier 4B / Stage 4 regulation. This is achieved thanks to the new HI-eSCR 2 technology developed by FPT Industrial. This innovative after treatment system is a maintenance-free, patented solution that minimizes operating costs.

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

Your T7 tractor is powered by an ECOBlue™ HI-eSCR 2 (High Efficiency Selective Catalytic Reduction) NEF engine, which has been developed by New Holland’s sister company FPT Industrial. These engines, which comply with the even more stringent Stage V emissions norms, offer you four key benefits:
Performance: more power, torque, torque back-up and engine power management whilst maintaining outstanding transient response
Reduced cost of ownership: Longer engine service intervals now upto 750 hours and HI-eSCR 2 maintenance-free after treatment system
Simplicity: The NEF engine features a simple layout that is EGR-free and has been neatly packaged without reducing visibility
Consistency: Same, familiar, operating working conditions as Tier 4B
Sustainability: The Stage V T7 is compatible with 100% HVO, Hydro-Treated Vegetable Oil, a second-generation biofuel

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The proof is in the numbers

The five model T7 range produces rated powers that span 140 - 180hp(CV) and with up to an additional 45hp(CV) on demand from EPM technology. Power to weight ratios as high as 26.4kg/hp reduce fuel bills and soil compaction to maintain productivity season after season.

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Longer service intervals

Thanks to HI-eSCR 2 technology, the T7’s already industry leading service intervals have been extended 25% to 750 hours. In addition, transmission service intervals have also been extended to 1500 hours.

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Transport power management

On Range Command™ and Power Command™ models, the transport management function comes as standard. The power curve is flat from 2000rpm through to 2300rpm which means if the tractor comes underload, for example when going up a hill, forward speed remains unchanged. An additional benefit is improved acceleration.

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Engine Power Management explained

With EPM, the engine develops more power and torque according to the load on the transmission, hydraulics and PTO. On a T7.210 tractor, EPM will deliver up to 45 horsepower extra, but only when it is needed, to maintain performance.
• Rated hp: power produced at rated engine speed
• Max hp: maximum power the engine can develop, in the working range
• Rated EPM hp: power the engine can develop using EPM when conditions allow, at rated speed
• Max EPM hp: Maximum power the engine can develop using EPM when conditions allow, in the working range

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