Landini REX 3 F, three new models with 4-cylinder Kohler engines from 40 to 55 kW

Landini has updated its range of specialized tractors adding the new REX 3 F compact family to the REX 4 premium range. The series consists of three models (REX 3-060 F, REX 3-070 F and REX 3-080 F), equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder Kohler engine with power ratings of 40.4, 47.8 and 55.1 kW respectively.

Concerning the containment of the emissions, the Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) supplied with the engines is able to eliminate the process of regeneration of the exhaust gases and therefore the necessity of having a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF), ensuring full compliance with Stage IIIB/Tier 4 Interim emissions regulations.


Landini REX 3 F, also available with a low profile cab

From Argo Tractors we find the mechanical transmission with 16 plus 16 speeds with standard creeper and steering wheel reverser. We can also find quite a relevant hydraulic equipment. It is able to provide 28 liters per minute for the steering and 50 liters per minute to serve the lift and hydraulic distributors with mechanical control (from a minimum of one to a maximum of three).

With a wheelbase of 1,950 millimeters, a weight of 2,000 kg and a rear lifting capacity of 2,300 kg, the REX 3 F shows itself as an all-round tractor, both for the vineyard and the orchard. Also, both for horticulture and for greenhouse processing.

Its strengths are the compactness and the reduced minimum height from the ground, with just 1,280 mm to the wheel. The new Landini REX 3 F is available both in the platform version and with a low profile cab.


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