13 Mar 2012 - New Holland Construction showcases C Series crawler excavators and wheel loaders at SCOTPLANT 2012

New Holland will present to the Scottish marketplace its new Tier 4 interim compliant C Series crawler excavators and wheel loaders at the ScotPlant exhibition, which will be held on April 27 and 28 at Ingliston, Edinburgh. Its stand on Avenue D, No11 will also host the second heat of the New Holland Grand Prix.

The new E215C LC 23-ton crawler excavator on display features New Holland’s Selective Catalytic Control (SCR) technology, which optimises the combustion process for maximum efficiency, allowing the 6-cylinder common rail engine to focus entirely on generating power. Together with the hydraulic system, which has been entirely redesigned to maximise hydraulic efficiency, the SCR technology delivers extra power and exceptional fuel efficiency, reducing fuel consumption by as much as 10% compared to the B Series.

The W190C ZB 17-ton wheel loader, also featuring New Holland’s SCR technology, introduces a host of new features which result in bigger payloads, faster cycle times and up to 10% lower fuel consumption. This medium-sized machine with a big performance offers outstanding all round visibility and stability. New Holland will also showcase its new 200 Series skid steer loaders, which have been entirely redesigned to deliver best-in-class dump height and reach, exceptional stability, twice the visibility of previous models, top operator comfort and easy maintenance. The models on display will be the L218 Vertical Lift and the L215 Radial Lift – a real heavy lifter, with impressive bucket and lift break-out forces of 18.5kN and 19kN respectively.

The compact line will also be well represented, with the full B Series mini excavator range, the TC backhoe loaders a W70B compact wheel loader. The product line-up on show will be completed by a display of vehicles from sister company IVECO.

New Holland Construction's Product Support team will be on hand to discuss the brand's parts and service support with visitors to the stand.

The stand will also host the second heat of the New Holland Construction Grand Prix. Operators will be able to test their skills and qualify for the European final event, which will be held in Italy later in the year.