Massey Ferguson launches new range of telehandlers to meet agricultural demands
Massey Ferguson has launched their new TH telehandler series, offering engine power up to 130hp, a maximum lift height of 7m and a weight capacity of 3.8t.
The new telehandler features the latest Tier IV final/stage 4 compliant engines, while the TH telehandler series has been updated to boost productivity and performance to meet agricultural demands, according to Massey Ferguson.
The TH range includes telehandlers to meet all requirements, the semi-compact MF TH.6030 is ideal for work in restricted spaces, according to the American-owned agricultural manufacturer.
Whilst the high capacity MF TH.7038 can lift the heaviest high-density bales, offers fast efficient cycles to load grain into trucks and has the power to tow a laden trailer, said Massey Ferguson.
The MF TH range takes Massey Ferguson’s continuous improvement programme to an ever greater level, according to Campbell Scott, Director, Marketing Services and Public Relations Massey Ferguson Europe, Africa & Middle East.
“With performance and sheer usability at its core, our renowned machines are now equipped with additional advantages for our customers, which will in turn allow them to do their work in greater comfort, with greater productivity and at lower cost,” Scott said.
The 3.4L four cylinder engine has the ability to reach 40km/h, whilst the two-speed hydrostatic gearbox offers smooth operation and a high-performance output capability, Massey Ferguson said.
The TH telehandler series also has a creeper function for operations that demand lower speeds at higher revs, such as sweeping, silage distribution and straw spreading.
All of the models have three steering modes options, two-wheel steer, four-wheel steer and crab-steer, which offer increased maneuverability in tight spaces, according to the manufacturer.
Meanwhile, side opening of the bonnet gives you wide, open access to the engine, air filter, cooling system and air conditioning system. This provides quick serviceability to all the major points, Massey Ferguson said.