New Holland - Model T9 Series 4WD – TIER4A - Agricultural Tractors
New T9 4WD tractors give you the power you need and the comfort you want. If the engine and hydraulic power doesn’t turn your head, the sleek design and the largest cab in the industry certainly will. Six new models are ready to fit your farming needs. For those who want a row-crop ready articulated tractor, take a look at one of the four standard 36-inch-wide frame models up to 507 engine horsepower. The slim T9 engine hood provides improved forward visibility and the inboard planetary drive axles allow for narrow wheel width settings. For broad acre work, check out the two higher-horsepower, wide-frame models in the line-up. Their top-level performance is packaged in a new, beautifully balanced chassis that delivers more power to the wheels for improved productivity. Brain and brawn. New Holland knows it takes both to get the job done right.
Clean-Running Engines That Save You Money
As the Clean Energy Leader, New Holland makes it a priority to incorporate intelligent engine solutions into our tractors. Thanks to New Holland ECOBlue technology with SCR the new Cursor 9 and Cursor 13 engines used in T9 4WDs deliver increased horsepower while using less fuel and meeting stringent Tier 4A emission standards. The result: you cover more acres in a day and save both time and money.
Unmatched Power, Ready When You Need It
With models ranging up to 670 max engine horsepower, T9 Series tractors offer best-in-class power. But these engines deliver a new level of efficiency, too. The New Holland Engine Power Management (EPM) system continuously adjusts engine output to match your working conditions so you get the very best fuel efficiency and boost your overall productivity. When faced with demanding hydraulic, PTO and transport tasks, T9 engines deliver increased power and torque to maintain performance.
SCR Advantage: Breathability
T9 ECOBlue engines make use of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology and DEF/AdBlue® after treatment to convert the nitrogen oxides in exhaust gas into harmless water and nitrogen. This treatment is separate from the air intake which means an SCR engine “breathes” only clean fresh air, ensuring optimal combustion conditions. New Holland has the advantage of working with an experienced engine development partner, Fiat Powertrain Technologies (FPT).Since FPT has already produced over 150,000 SCR engines during the past five years for trucking use, you can be assured of T9 engine reliability.
The Cursor 13 engines used in the two largest models, the T9.615 and T9.670, use a two-stage turbocharger. The first turbo feeds the second, delivering higher torque and higher sustained power to cope with the most demanding tasks and conditions.
The T9 cooling system features improvements compared to previous models to handle the heat generated by the new, more powerful engines. The new, improved flow of cooling air travels through venting in the new grill, over the new radiators and over the engine.
Available Engine Braking
Engine braking is activated automatically when you release the throttle when transporting. It uses the compression of exhaust gas to slow the T9 tractor down, saving wear on the brake pads. Just step on the convenient floor pedal and the exhaust is restricted from leaving the valve and is compressed by the piston moving upwards. This compression of exhaust gas slows the tractor down.