New Machines Added to Kioti NX Series

New Machines Added to Kioti NX Series

Company adds six new models to its NX Series, offers latest emission technology.

Kioti Tractor, a dividion of Daedong-USA, Inc., is beefing up its NX Series tractor line with six new models. The new machines feature common-rail diesel designs, and meet strict EPA certification requirements.

Company adds six new models to its NX Series, offers latest emission technology.

The machines offer optional turn-assist control and cruise control (HST models), the new machines offer power and versatility. The new models include an open station platform design for easy access and operator comfort, ergonomic controls and dual hydrostatic transmission pedals for easy forward and reverse operation - HST models only. The tractors also feature a PTO cruise function that allows you to set and control PTO rpm speeds with a press of a button. All six models feature independent rear braking, remote three-point control, a lift arm adjustment handle and a diesel particulate filter.

Gross hp range for the tractors is from 45 to 55, and they deliver a rear PTO speed of 540 rpm.

Here's a rundown of the new series:

NX4510: engine power of 45 HP (34 KW); 24 x 24 synchronized shuttle
NX4510H: engine power of 45 HP (34 KW), 3 range hydrostatic transmission
NX5010: engine power of 50 HP (37 KW); 24 x 24 synchronized shuttle
NX5010H: engine power of 50 HP (37 KW); 3 range hydrostatic transmission
NX5510: engine power of 55 HP (41 KW); 24 x 24 synchronized shuttle
NX5510H: engine power of 55 HP (41 KW); 3 range hydrostatic transmission

Optional equipment includes a canopy (ROPS), single or dual remote hydraulic valves, front and rear weights, mid PTO and rear view mirror (CAB). The new NX models can also be augmented with the KIOTI KL6010 quick attach front-end loader and KIOTI KB2485 backhoe. To learn more, visit www.kioti.com.

Source: Kioti

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