A range-topping Jaguar 980 will be centre theatre on a Claas mount during this week’s Farm Tractor Machinery Trade Association (FTMTA) Farm Machinery Show (in Punchestown).
The appurtenance on arrangement will apparently be wrapped in a particular black livery.
Only a few years ago, says Claas, a standard distance of Jaguar operated by a executive here would have been a 516hp 860. However, new years have apparently seen a pierce towards a higher-specification 900 series, with a “notable number” of 775hp 970 and even 884hp 980 models being sold.
This, claims Claas, allows for “highly accurate sharpening”, though also “improved clout peculiarity and reduced wear”.
Other new facilities embody involuntary composition of a chopping cylinder (drum) concave, so that a opening between a blades and a concave stays consistent – for an “even blow and reduced fuel use”. There is also a choice of a hydrostatic expostulate complement for front attachments.
Your uncover ‘tool-kit’
Don’t forget that a FTMTA Farm Machinery Show takes place this week. It kicks off on Thursday (February 7) and runs until Saturday (February 9).
The venue, as before, is Punchestown – nearby Naas, Co. Kildare.
On Thursday and Friday, a uncover will be open from 10:00am to 6:00pm. On Saturday, it will be open from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
The FTMTA has constructed a minute map of a show, display a altogether blueprint of a eventuality and, some-more specifically, a plcae of a several exhibitors.
Knowing where to go
Below is a JPEG picture of a central map.
If we have a suitable spectator (application) on your PC, inscription or smart-phone, click on this link to open adult a PDF of a map.
In a PDF version, we will be means to wizz in and interpret all of a finer details.
Don’t forget to download it to your mobile device, so that we can entrance it when we need it many (at a eventuality itself).
A list of exhibitors during this year’s event, together with a analogous mount numbers, is supposing below.