A range of seat options for Puma Multicontroller tractors means operators benefit from the best ride in the industry. The Puma Multicontroller models boast an extremely comfortable, quiet and ergonomically designed cab with excellent allround-visibility. This operating concept is tailored to the needs and wishes of our clients in the most effective way possible, for minimum familiarization time and maximum work results!
The Multicontroller™ armrest, ICP operator’s panel and AFS Pro 700™ touchscreen monitor combines all the key tractor functions. From selecting the ground speed or the industry leading Headland Management Control II, to operating the front and rear hitch – with the Multicontroller™ armrest, you have everything under complete control.
Puma Multicontroller tractors are built around the latest generation Stage IV-compliant FPT engines, forming the heart of a powertrain that’s built to take high-output hard work in its stride. Durable, frugal, reliable and hard-working, these are powerplants which keep on giving, in hp, in torque and in dependability.
Puma 150 and 165 Multicontroller tractors feature a 40 km/h six-speed powershift transmission, whereas Puma 185, 200 and 220 Multicontroller feature a 40 km/h full powershift transmission. Both providing 18F/6R speeds, or 28F/6R where the creep speed option is specified. A 19F/6R semi- or full powershift with 40 km/h economy or 50 km/h maximum speed capability are further options.
With an oil delivery rate of up to 150 l/min, the hydraulics on these tractors are designed for heavy-duty work and a maximum hitch capacity of 10,463 kg in the rear hydraulics. Up to four mechanical or five electronical control valves can be connected at the rear. The front hitch and optional front power take-off (PTO), will increase your productivity even further.
Front axle suspension increases comfort, improves handling and counteracts tractor pitching caused by heavy rear-mounted implements. A sophisticated damping system provides maximum stability and offers automatic, load-dependent self-levelling. Where front axle suspension is specified, an ‘active’ system is used in the Puma 185 and above, with sensors monitoring various parameters such as acceleration, gear changing, brake actuation, terrain, travel direction change and hitch load. The result is excellent driving stability and comfort.
With the Case IH AFS systems, you can maximize your efficiency, operate ISOBUS Class III- compatible devices from the cab and choose from a full range of guidance solutions, offering accuracy levels of up to 2.5 cm. The AFS Pro 700TM monitor, which can be integrated as an option, allows you to maintain control at all times – for example the Headland Management Control II - HMC II automates workflows for less driver fatigue and higher productivity. Now, with new AFS AccuTurnTM technology, these processes are combined, automating the entire headland operation.
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