The new Mazzotti products for vegetable crops
In its space at Agritechnica 2019, the Mazzotti company (RA) presented three models with updated engines, made by John Deere. The IBIS 2530 is a light self-propelled machine dedicated to vegetable crops. Configurable in different ground clearances and whellbases, it is very manoeuvrable thanks to the 4 steering wheels and the small steering radius. Available with air sleeve and stainless steel bar, the MAF 3580 HP is compact and fast (up to 25 km/h in the field and 50 km/h on the road, where permitted), has an agile traction, thanks to the perfect balance 50%-50% between front and rear axle, and powerful by virtue of a high performance transmission with 4 automatic gears and integrated dynamic brakes. MAF 3580 HP is equipped with a spacious cabin, is equipped with a John Deere 175 hp engine, and has a “nozzle by nozzle” closure system.
These are the elements that make this model the “premium” self-propelled in the 3000 lt segment. For its part, the MAF 6240 HP model, version C4, is the top of the range in terms of size and characteristics. It’s available with a John Deere 6-cylinder engine with 250 or 300 hp, balanced chassis, standard HP transmission with 4 automatic gears capable of working up to 25 km/h in the field and travelling up to 50 km/h on the road.
The real technical innovation of this C4 version (Crop Care Compact Clearance) lies in the ground clearance variation system from 1400 mm to 1850 mm. The 4 independent suspensions are integrated and guarantee reactivity and comfort in any situation, speed and height.
by Emanuele Bredice