2012 News Releases and Information
John Deere Adds 9.0-Liter Engine to 700-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and 700-Series Tracked Harvesters
New engine improves logger productivity, offers best-in-class fuel efficiency
MOLINE, Illinois (April 3, 2012) — Today, John Deere announces the addition of a 9.0-liter John Deere PowerTech™ Plus 6090H Engine to its 700-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and 700-Series Tracked Harvesters, replacing the existing 8.1-liter engine. The 9.0-liter engine is smart and reliable, featuring an electronically controlled high-pressure common rail fuel system to provide maximum power and fuel economy.
"Tough conditions in the woods call for a powerful, durable engine with proven design and technology that can be used across multiple product lines," said Neil Harber, product marketing manager, John Deere Forestry. "The large-displacement engine provides the power loggers need to get the job done quickly and efficiently, while using the least amount of fuel necessary."
The 9.0-liter engine delivers 241 horsepower at peak power, giving loggers maximum productivity and uptime, shift after shift. An extended, 500-hour engine oil service cycle, paired with extended filter capabilities, helps to lower daily operating costs.
With their large cutting swaths, advanced hydraulic systems and cabs designed for maximum operator productivity, John Deere's compact 700-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and Tracked Harvesters are ideal choices for tight or steep-sloped logging. The new 9.0-liter engine enhances 700-Series benefits to maximize logger productivity.
Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of customers whose work is linked to the land - those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world's dramatically increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure. Since 1837, John Deere has delivered innovative products of superior quality built on a tradition of integrity. For more information, visit John Deere at its worldwide website at www.JohnDeere.com.