At Lindner's first virtual factory exhibition you will find all information about the latest innovations and attractive offers: from the Lintracs with power shift through the machine of the year to the grassland campaign 2020.
Lindner expands it successful Lintrac series. Since 2014 Lindner has produced more than 1,200 stepless Lintracs. Now Lindner presents the first Lintracs with power shift transmission: the Lintrac 95 LS and the Lintrac 115 LS. The new tractors combine the best of Lintrac and Geotrac and are the successor of the Geotrac 94 ep and 104 ep models. Operational professionals appreciate the Lintrac series' manoeuvrability, driving comfort thanks to cab and front axle suspension and the powerful hydraulics with variable displacement pump. Lindner is now making these advantages available to fans of ZF power shift transmissions from Steyr.
By 2021, Lindner will convert all agricultural vehicles to the new Perkins syncro level 5 engines. The first transporter with the new engine is the Unitrac 92 P5. The Unitrac 92 P5 is tailor-made for alpine mountain and grassland farming. The new 4-cylinder engine with common rail injection delivers 102 hp (74.4 kW) and has a capacity of 3,600 cm³. The high torque of 430 Nm at 1,500 rpm is ideal for starting up on steeper slopes. In addition, the low weight (3,450 kilograms) and the manual transmission with split function also come into play here.
The Unitrac transporters are convincing municipalities and cable car companies throughout Europe. The first stepless transporter is the Unitrac 112 LDrive. The Unitrac 112 LDrive scores with a carrying capacity of six tons. The engine meets the EURO 6c criteria. The manoeuvrability of the stepless transporter is ensured by the 4-wheel steering. The highlights of the Lintrac 110 are the ZF stepless technology and the simple LDrive operation. The suspended front axle and the TracLink cab ensure high driving comfort of the tractor. These are also available with air suspension. The maximum permissible gross weight is eight tonnes, the carrying capacity is around 3.5 tonnes.more about the Unitrac 112 LDrive to our load wagons
The Lintrac series shows its strengths with the front loader, among other things. The POM-L- and POM-LX front loader meet the highest demands. They are produced by the specialists, Hauer, in Austria. The fully hydraulic POM-L front loader with parallel guidance scores highly with complete equipment and its particularly lightweight construction. Tailor-made for the Lintrac 110 and the Lintrac 130 is the new generation of Lindner front loaders: the POM-LX. This loader is more powerful and has even more professional equipment - perfect for winter service and in the forest.
With the Lintrac series, Lindner brings the stepless technology into forestry. The latest model is the Lintrac 130. A big plus: the co-steering rear axle, which steers up to 20 degrees, makes the Lintrac exceptionally manoeuvrable. The turning circle diameter is less than seven metres. In this way wood can be moved without damaging the floor. Thanks to front loader clear-view windscreen, drivers have the best visibility from the ground to the maximum load height.
For all Lintrac and Geotrac models a socket is available for the stationary operation of cable winches. For example, the engine speed of the tractors can be controlled via the radio remote control of the cable winch - allowing one person to work alone in the forest.
In addition to numerous customers, the Lintrac 90 was also used extensively by the YouTube professional "AustriaForst" for forestry work. The resulting suggestions for improvement have now been incorporated into the new "Lintrac 110 Austria Forst Edition".
Next year the successful Geotrac series from Lindner will celebrate its 25th anniversary. In 1996 Lindner presented the first Geotrac, followed by the successful 3 series in 2002. In 2002 Lindner introduced the Geotrac series 4. For many years, the Tyrolean family-owned company produced the Geotracs, the best-selling tractor series in Austria.
Now there's a suitable special edition for an attractive price: the "Geotrac 74ep Edition 25". The tractor from Kundl scores with its 16/16-speed power shift transmission, air seat and cab suspension, three dws control units with single lever operation and 480-R30 tyres.
A new Lindner tractor rolls off the line in just two days: on the first day the chassis is mounted. Painting is done in the evening – by morning the paint is dry. On the second day, all lines, cables and hoses are laid, various additional equipment is fitted and the cab is put in place. As soon as the tyres are mounted, it goes on to the end of the assembly line where all adjustments are made and the vehicle is prepared for the final inspection. Over 250 Lindner employees produce around 1,200 tractors and transporters per year with up to 200 hours of manual labour per vehicle. This time lapse video shows the assembly of the last Geotrac 74 – the best-selling Lindner Geotrac. Enjoy!
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