New Holland declares the introduction of the F50C tough terrain forklift, marking the addition of an all-new product to its lineup of sunshine building gear. The F50C has been designed to be used in specialty crop operations comparable to vineyards, orchards and different fruit and vegetable purposes, and options distinctive specs, together with an computerized load management system and built-in bin clamp.
“With the introduction of the F50C, we’re growing our portfolio with a relevant product that is designed for the specialty applications for which New Holland is known,” stated Tyler Mills, director of New Holland Construction. “Our dealers and customers know and trust that New Holland keeps fruit and vegetable producers at the forefront of our design and engineering, and we are excited to enter this new market.”
Keeping specialty crop producers in thoughts, New Holland has designed the F50C with a collection of options organized round two fundamental targets: ease of operation and total effectivity.
Smoother experience for improved working expertise
The F50C is provided with an computerized load management system for tough terrain forklifts. This characteristic supplies on-the-go mast cushioning to stablize the mast underneath load, permitting operators to work effectively and safely over any terrain with out concern of fabric loss. A key byproduct of load management supplies a extra snug working expertise by lowering shock from the mast. Operators will admire the extra stablity whereas transporting and loading supplies, as New Holland will provide a 12-foot mast with a 5,000-lb. raise capability as commonplace.
New Holland additionally affords an built-in hydraulic produce bin clamp. This easy resolution permits the operator to hold a number of produce bins safely in a single move.
“By implementing these options, it gives an operator more control and efficiency for any job they are managing, regardless of location,” Mills says. “Productivity-enhancing features are especially valuable when harvesting time-sensitive crops, and we expect the F50C to be right at home in orchards and vineyards.”
Fuel and upkeep effectivity
New Holland has as soon as once more partnered with FPT Industrial to energy the F50C with the confirmed F34 3.4-liter diesel engine. Delivering 74 HP with out utilizing DEF or diesel particulate filters (DPF), the F34 is a workhorse engine with 600-hour service intervals and regeneration. Together, this engine and after-treatment system bundle ensures operators can work uninterrupted, save time and sources on routine upkeep, whereas retaining the facility wanted to raise and haul supplies as anticipated.
Keeping in thoughts the variable terrain in specialty operations, New Holland has included 4WD, a 4×4 energy shuttle transmission and differential lock commonplace on all F50C forklifts. These options, plus its 10-inch floor clearance, high-clearance counterweight, LED lighting bundle and crop shields all assist operators nagivate various terrain and defend beneficial crops with ease.
“We wanted to simplify the maintenace required for the F50C, and we did just that. Our goal is to keep it running to reduce shop time and downtime spent on maintenance,” Mills says.
The F50C tough terrain forklift will make its public debut on the 2022 World Ag Expo, February 8-10, 2022, in Tulare, California. It will probably be on show within the New Holland sales space within the South Exhibits on the International Agri-Center.
Source : New Holland