Mitas PneuTrac on Case IH Maxxum

Mitas will give the first live demonstration of its PneuTrac concept in the United States at the Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Ill. in September.

During the field demonstration, a 28″ PneuTrac will be mounted on the front axle of a Case IH Maxxum tractor. The rear axle will be fitted with a 38″ PneuTrac. Mitas PneuTrac will also be displayed during the show at Mitas stand No. 442 mounted on Case IH Maxxum tractor. Mitas will release the detailed schedule of PneuTrac demonstrations for the press and the public soon.

“At Farm Progress, it will be the world premiere field demo of Mitas PneuTrac mounted on both axles of a tractor. It is a good opportunity to see the advantages of this award-winning concept mounted on a high-horsepower tractor,” says Andrew Mabin, Mitas’ marketing and sales director. “Mitas PneuTrac is not yet commercially available and we still have some way to go with the R&D development before releasing it commercially, but we are getting closer to the point that a clearer release date will be available.”

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