Efficiency without compromise

Powered by 4.5L and 6.7L NEF High Efficiency Selective Catalytic Reduction HI-eSCR 2 engines, New Holland W110 D, W130 D, W170 D and W190 D wheel loaders combine proven dependability and class leading economy. Compliant with Stage V emission regulations, the NEF power units have been co-developed with New Holland sister company FPT Industrial, the pioneer of common rail fuel injection and producer of SCR power units proven in agriculture, transport and industry for over 10 years. The latest ECOBlue and HI-eSCR 2 technology employs a newly developed electronic control unit that manages both the engine and the HI-eSCR exhaust to precisely match engine load, emissions and after-treatment. Using a dedicated closed loop system to continuously monitor NOx levels in the exhaust, HI-eSCR precisely monitors the flow of AdBlue. This will achieve more than 95% NOx conversion with minimised AdBlue usage. Whats more, the HI-eSCR 2 system does not utilise a DPF or need to regenerate, so achieves a much lower maximum operation temperature, a critical factor when working with dry flammable material such as wood chips.

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Optimum weight distribution

New Holland has engineered the D series wheel loader with the engine mounted far behind the rear axle, optimising the weight balance, eliminating the need to add extra “dead” weight. This approach also allows unhindered ground level access to the engine service points as there are no stacked radiators to get in the way. Due to the clean running characteristics of the power unit, engine oil change intervals are set at 1000 hours. Combined with class leading fuel economy, NEF power units are used across the range of New Holland tractors, combine harvesters and forage harvesters meaning unrivalled after-sales support.

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Unique cooling package

• A key design feature of D series loaders in the positioning of the engine behind the rear axle, with a cooling ‘cube’ between the engine and transmission
• The programmable reversible fan option forces air through each of the five main radiators individually, ensuring each one benefits from a direct flow of cool air
• Hot air is not passed between each radiator, reducing the load on the cooling fan which in turn reduces power consumption

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Selectable engine work modes

Choose from two different engine modes to tailor engine output to your requirements for maximum efficiency and fuel savings.
• Max mode: optimises the the engine power and transmission to deliver maximum power, torque and acceleration for aggressive pushing and climbing. Ideal for applications such as pushing silage
• Smart mode: manages the engine and transmission performance to optimise fuel efficiency, reducing fuel use by up to 10%. Smoother gearshifts and increased operator comfort make it ideal for applications such as grain and sugar beet loading

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