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What is Case IH CVT?

What is Case IH CVT?

The Case IH Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) is one of the rare technologies that can deliver both. And it’s available in models across the Case IH tractor lineup. CVT split-throttle design provides easy control of operating parameters to achieve operation speeds and maximize fuel efficiency.

What engine is in a case puma?

CaseIH Puma 150

CaseIH Puma 150 Engine
FPT 6.7L 6-cyl diesel
Fuel tank: 71 gal 268.7 L
86 gal 325.5 L *
Exhaust fluid (DEF): 12.7 gal 48.1 L

What is a CVX transmission?

​​CVX transmission mechanically transfers power from the engine to the transmission. This is the best way to ensure that all power is transferred and none dispersed. With CVX every single drop of fuel is put to work.

What is a Case IH Puma?

Puma Series An efficient, multipurpose tractor line designed with just the right size and power to handle a variety of tasks in your operation.

How does case CVT work?

​All our models equipped with CVT transmission feature Active Hold Control. This system prevents your tractor from rolling backwards when you stop on a hillside during operations, and lets you seamlessly pull away again, without you ever touching either the brakes or the clutch.

What horsepower is a case Puma 160?

CaseIH Puma 160

CaseIH Puma 160 Power
Engine (gross): 160 hp 119.3 kW
Engine (max): 203 hp 151.4 kW
PTO (claimed): 135 hp 100.7 kW
Drawbar (tested): 118.5 hp 88.4 kW

What HP is a case Puma 150?

190 peak hp
Puma® 150. The Puma 150 tractor delivers up to 190 peak hp (at 2,200 ERPM) and is available with PowerDrive powershift or CVXDrive™ continuously variable transmission.

How does Case IH CVT transmission work?

100% mechanic transmission ​​Case IH CVT transmissions transfer power in a combined mechanic and hydrostatic mode. The transmission reaches 4 times 100% mechanic engine power transfer (without addition of hydrostatic power) between 0 and 40 (50) km/h. With CVT every single drop of fuel is put to work.

What is a CVT tractor?

CVT: Gear ratios are taken care of automatically. Your input as driver is simply telling the tractor you want to go faster or slower. The tractor decides what internal transmission ratio and engine rpm are needed to achieve the required ground speed.

Do CVT transmissions have clutch packs?

The primary clutch is an advanced form of centrifugal clutch and is typically mounted to the output end of the engine crankshaft. In modern CVT systems such as those used in recreational vehicles, the secondary clutch has two functions: as a “slave” to the primary clutch and to provide a torque sensing element.

Where can I get a CaseIH Puma 230?

Transmission details No photos of the CaseIH Puma 230 are currently available. To submit yours, email it to [email protected] Photos may only be used with the permission of the original photographer. Full dimensions and tires

When did Case IH start using CVT transmission?

Since 1999, when we launched the first ever combined hydrostatic and mechanic CVT transmission, we have not stopped working to consistently improve it. And now more than ever Case IH CVT transmission stands for a beacon in the market, a reference that guarantees optimal efficiency and reliability.

What is the serial number of an IH tractor?

Case-Ih Tractors Serial Number Location Tractor Name Serial Number Case-Ih 1120 CCJ0069001 Case-Ih 1120 CCJ0106501 Case-Ih 1130 CCJ0081501 Case-Ih 1130 CCJ0119001

How does CVT transmission work on a tractor?

With CVT every single drop of fuel is put to work. All our models equipped with CVT transmission feature Active Hold Control. This system prevents your tractor from rolling backwards when you stop on a hillside during operations, and lets you seamlessly pull away again, without you ever touching either the brakes or the clutch.