With 22 equipment connections, the 800 Vario series tractors have a front and rear PTO, six rear
and two front hydraulic valves, front and rear three-point hitches and full ISObus connections.
is set through interaction between the
engine and the transmission for each
operation. Operators can also manu-
ally set the maximum load output.
The new drivetrain has been developed for integration with the rear
axle of the 800 Vario tractors while
the new wet slow-rotating multidisc
brakes help to minimize losses in the
rear axle. The brakes are engineered
to resist dirt and reduce wear for longer life, the company said.
Fendt incorporated a front axle suspension with exterior spring cylinders
to handle both heavy field work and
on-road transport. The front axle has
leveling control and the three-point cab
also includes a suspension system to
reduce vibration to the operator.
To enhance steering precision,
driving and braking stability, the Fendt
Stability Control (FSC) locks the compensation between the right and left
sides at speeds above 12 mph. When
speeds drops below 9 mph, compensation between the left and right side
resumes and enhanced ground contact for the machine stabilizes.
Power for the PTO is supplied
through the planetary gear set to a
ring gear, sun wheel and planet carrier
delivering 540 or 1000 rpm at the front
and 1000 rpm at the rear of the tractors to power a range of implements.
A Bosch Rexroth load-sensing
hydraulic system powered by an axial
piston pump for auxiliary functions and
a separate pump for steering has a 50
gpm capacity. Six rear and two front
hydraulic valves supply implements
with additional attachments operated
from the front and rear three-point
hitches and full ISObus connection.
Maximum rear lift capacity is 18,300
lb. and front lift is 11,089 lb.
Fendt manufactures the Fendt Vario 800 series tractors in Marktoberdorf, Germany, and
said shipment of the tractors to the North American market is slated for this summer.