New Holland’s Boomer compact tractors, which range from 37 to 47 horsepower, are now available with a factory-installed, climate-controlled cab.
“Now, operators can work even more productively with the year-round comfort and protection of a cab,” says Todd DeBock, leader of New Holland’s Pro Work Tools market segment.
In addition to heat and air-conditioning, the cab’s side and rear-opening windows provide natural ventilation in less harsh climates.
Boomer compact tractors are designed with New Holland’s signature sloped hood and without a muffler in the operator’s line of sight. Ample window space in the cab provides excellent visibility in front as well as to the rear drawbar and linkage. Visibility also is enhanced with a lighting package that illuminates both front and sides for operating in the early or late hours of the day.
The Boomer models come with a choice of a three-range hydrostatic transmission or a synchronized shuttle shift. The 12 x12 synchronized shuttle shift (SSS) transmission is available for the Boomer 37 (or 37-horsepower machine), while the Boomer 41 and Boomer 47 feature a 16 x16 SSS transmission.
The shuttle lever to the left of the steering wheel makes it easy to move between the synchronized forward and reverse gears, New Holland says. Simply clutch, then move the shuttle lever to change direction.
The three-range hydrostatic transmission makes direction changes even easier: It has two pedals, one for forward and one for reverse, with no clutching or hand shifting required.
New Holland says its Boomer tractors are powered by clean-running, fuel efficient Tier 4B-compliant engines.