As well as lining up a full range of products Landini is focused on developing an international network with the goal of acquiring new dealers and reinforcing its global leadership.
On the stand will be the Rex 4 which is equipped with the Advanced Driving System. The Advanced Driving System is a hybrid assisted-driving system that helps the operator in all field manoeuvres and on the road, where driving comfort is also increased both by the stiffening of the steering depending on the speed as is already the case for cars and by the automatic return of the wheels to their central position.
It can also be connected to satellite guidance, memorisation and control of wheel positions during slope and in-furrow operation, and offsets the effects of external stresses on steering accuracy.
Power ranges from 70 to 112hp thanks to Deutz AG engines equipped with an EGR & DOC exhaust gas treatment system without DPF and therefore without regeneration. The Engine Memo Switch is standard equipment and offers convenience in operations that require a specific engine rpm to be stored and recalled.
Optimal efficiency in field operation is ensured by a multi-function all-in-one joystick controlling hydraulics (up to 7 electro-hydraulic spool valves), electronic management of daily hours of operation, field and service registers via Landini Fleet Management protocol, as well as by the availability of real-time remote diagnosis.
Also on show will be the Landini 2 Series, a modern, agile and compact solution available both in the standard version and in the “GE” configuration (platform only) that, thanks to an attentive design of the rear final drives and platform, allows for a lowered bed.
This solution guarantees better performance in confined spaces (like in overhead trellis vineyards or in greenhouses) but is also practical for urban use for the treatment and maintenance of city gardens.
Landini says this series strength lies in its compactness and versatility. Thanks to the 24″ rear tyres it is possible to reduce its overall dimensions (in width to 1,420 mm and in height at the steering wheel to just 1,230 mm).
Yanmar engines offer power from 44 hp to 51 hp, available in three models: 2-045, 2- 050 (model on display in Hanover), 2-055 STD or GE. Equipped with 4 cylinders, aspirated and turbocharged, these engines guarantee high performance, reduced consumption and noise, large torque reserve and respect for the environment.
The 4D Series is a functional and robust range equipped with Deutz Tier 4 engines (4-cylinder Turbo-Intercooler with 2 valves per cylinder and high pressure Common Rail electronic injection). Three models are available: 4-070D, 4-080D, 4- 090D.
The displacement is 2.9 litres with maximum powers of 70, 75 and 88 hp. The efficient Deutz Common Rail injection system provides the engine with more power with lower fuel consumption, with considerable torque reserve and flexibility of use.
The mechanical transmission made in Italy by Argo Tractors features 4 gears and 3 speed ranges (with optional 300 m/h creeper). The 4D Series is equipped with electro-hydraulic 4wd engagement in the 4RM versions, 1- or 2-speed synchronised PTO, an open centre hydraulic system with a 45 l/min flow rate serving the hitch and control valves and a rear hitch with a maximum capacity of 3,400 kg.
Landini’s 5 Series (available in models 100, 110 and 120) is the range of utility tractors.
Extremely versatile, it is an excellent work companion for any type of activity, from arable operations – like soil preparation, seeding, management of the entire haymaking cycle – to livestock management.
Designed and built to be able to handle all types of tasks with maximum reliability and an excellent level of comfort, the 5 Series is ideal for medium-sized farms that operate mainly independently and do not plan on making significant investments in machinery.
The engines are Deutz AG, 4 cylinders, 16 valves, 3.6 litre, Turbo Intercooler with Common Rail electronic injection and EGR + DOC system to comply with the Stage 3B / Tier 4 Interim anti-pollution regulations.
There are 8 transmission configurations available, starting with Speed Four with 12 FW + 12 RV with mechanical reverse shuttle, through to T-Tronic with 48 FW + 16 RV with electro-hydraulic reverse shuttle, HML and Creeper.
Also on display will be Landini’s 6H Series – a symbol of versatility because it is able to carry out any type of work and because it allows for a very high level of customisation in order to better respond to the specific needs of each farm.
The range is equipped with Deutz 3.6-litre Tier 4 Final engines and includes the models 6-115H, 6-125H and 6- 135H with maximum respective powers of 110hp, 119hp and 126hp.
The T-Tronic transmission is synonymous with efficiency: it triples the 12-speed Speed Four gears to 36 AV + 12 RM. The Creeper, available on request, increases the gears even more, reaching 48 AV + 16 RM, with a minimum speed of 310 m/h. The De-Clutch and Reverse Power Shuttle make it easier to respectively engage and reverse gears without using the clutch pedal.
Finally, Landini’s Super Series designed for international and emerging markets is a range spanning the 75 to 106hp power range and can be customised according to the country of destination.
Manufactured in Italy, Landini say the Super Series combines power reliability and versatility with the aim of achieving high performance in various agricultural operations.
Attention to detail, performance and a sturdy front axle meet the latest standards. The gearbox is produced–in-house by Argo Tractors involving 4 gears and 3 ranges and different configuration possibilities: 12+4 base, 12+12 as option with Synchro shuttle, 16+16 with creeper.