Strength by design

New Holland employs state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques and has invested millions in the production line for TH models. Robot welding is a key manufacturing process and ensures consistent quality during chassis and boom construction.

• Hydraulic end-stroke dampers ensure smooth boom retraction and extension
• Dampers also protect the boom and operator from regular shock loads
• Engineered 40/60 weight distribution eliminates the need for bolt-on counterweights
• Excellent stability and traction is achieved when loaded
• Chassis strength is boosted as a result of the in-built mass
• 45° low profile headstock design enables complete filling of roof cavities
• 142° tilt angle is standard on the Elite
• Hydraulic attachment lock is standard

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Boom construction

• Twin U-shaped sections, 10mm - 12mm thick form the boom
• Heavy duty pins ensure optimum durability
• Boom wear pads are easy to adjust
• Boom brushes prevent debris entering the sliding sections

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Lifting geometry

• Main lift ram is positioned under the boom
• Boom compensation cylinder faces rearward near the hinge point
• Both cylinders extend in opposite directions as the boom is raised
• This “opposite working” design improves boom control

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Boom suspension

• Boom suspension reduces shock loads over rough terrain
• Automatic deactivation occurs when the boom exceeds a 35° lift angle

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Chassis construction

• H-shape ladder chassis is made from 25mm high tensile steel
• Robot welding ensures exceptional torisonal rigidity
• Exceptionally strong boom support negates the need to add extra counterweights

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New Holland Agriculture a brand of CNH Industrial ©
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