FPT to showcase its products and solutions at Agritechnica


FPT Industrial will be present at Agritechnica, taking place in Hannover, Germany, from November 12-18.

With more than 2,900 exhibitors from 52 different countries and its renewed line-up of Off-Road engines, it is the largest European agricultural fair. Here the leading brand in the design, production and sale of powertrains, will be present with many new features, with a particular focus on Stage V emission limits for off-road applications.

At the FPT Industrial booth, visitors can discover an in-depth understanding of the renewed off-road range engine line-up for agricultural applications of today, and of tomorrow. The booth will also host the company’s state-of-art diesel technologies, with which all its products are equipped.

FPT Industrial pays particular attention to environmental impacts and therefore to the latest, more strict emission standards, without eliminating FPT Industrial’s core product features, such as performance, reliability and productivity.

In particular, HI-eSCR2, the brand’s exclusive and patented technology developed to comply with Stage V emission limits, does not impact the engine layout – and it guarantees a maintenance-free and an active regeneration-free ATS.

The HI-eSCR2 technology and a renewed product offering will result in the best-in-class engines at Stage V.

Some of the engines that FPT Industrial will exhibit at Agritechnica are best-in-class for several features: torque density, maximum power and other peculiarities that make them the best choice for the most varied application types – from agricultural fields to IPU, from space-constrained applications to the newest products’ innovative solutions.

Furthermore, at the booth there will be a virtual reality station in which visitors to provide in-depth details for both engines’ features and an interactive monitor where guests can drive through the FPT Industrial world.

FPT will be in Hall 16, Stand C35 at Agritechnica 2017.

November 3, 2017


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