Massey Ferguson launches new Visioline roof option for Global Series

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Massey Ferguson has launched a new Visioline roof option for its Global Series tractors.
The addition of the new Visioline Roof option enhances the tractors’ visibility, safety and efficiency when handling loads.

The Global Series is the first tractor range, developed in recent times specifically for the 60hp to 130hp multi-purpose sector. As well as providing a modern spec the tractors are also built using the latest computer-aided design and manufacturing technology.

The glass roof, protected by sturdy metal bars, complies fully with both ROPS and FOPS protection standards.

It provides a clear view of the load at heights in all weathers and conditions, with the toughened glass screen equipped with its own, integral demist system and air vents. Glass offers superior performance than other materials, such as polycarbonate, because it does not ‘haze’ over time, provides a much clearer view and ‘demists’ quickly.

All Global Series tractors can be specified loader-ready for work with a Massey Ferguson loader. The tractor will come equipped with a sub-frame, which is an integral part of the machine – designed specifically for the particular model, to maintain maximum manoeuvrability and ease of maintenance access. This helps maintain visibility over the sloping bonnet.

All models in the Global Series are fitted with largest cab in the sector, which is designed and built in Massey Ferguson’s cab facility at Beauvais. There’s superb visibility through the large front screen and to the sides, thanks to the wide glass doors and curved quarter windows, with an excellent view to the rear through the back, opening window.

The ergonomically designed layout makes it easy for the operator. Electro-hydraulic activation of the diff-lock and four-wheel drive, for example, eases the operator’s workload by automatically disengaging and activating the systems when the brakes are applied and according to the speed.

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