Mid-range Landini receives power boost to measure up to farm and ground care work

Italian tractor brand Landini has launched a new model in its mid-range 5-H Series in response to customer requests for increased power.

The Landini 5-115H boasts 110hp from its four-cylinder, 4.4-litre Perkins engine. Landini said the model is aimed at a range of farming and grounds care operations.

Other features include greater torque and power and a 4,350kg lift linkage with lower link sensing draft control. Like the rest of the 5H range, the 5-115H is available with either a Techno synchro shuttle transmission or Landini's TOP power shuttle system. A creep option is offered for both.

Area manager Steve Cann said: "The 5-H caters for every possible application with a tailored specification. Although it is the same size as the Powerfarm and uses the same Landini-built cab, significant hardware changes include a new planetary reduction rear axle and new transmission with three-speed powershift."


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