1910G - Power and productivity. More power, torque and productivity – less emissions. The first machine in the G-Series is the biggest in John Deere`s forwarder lineup. The engine has been revamped along with many other parts of the machine: drive hydraulics, automation, load space and front frame. Structural changes, like the lighter bottom plate, make servicing easier. The length and weight of the machine have increased slightly, but so have the power and torque and the tractive force.
With the Final Tier 4/Stage IV engine, the machine has an integrated emissions control system. The new diesel engine technology puts the 1910G’s emissions of small particles and nitrogen oxides below the stringent FT4 emission regulations. At the same time, machine performance has been further improved – an improvement praised by pilot customers. The engine’s maximum output has boosted by 7.5% and torque by 21%. The 1910G’s drive hydraulics have been increased, and the components have been made more robust compared to the E model. The machine boasts 4.5% more tractive force. The G model’s CAN bus system is simple, and the TimberMatic F-16 control system is more efficient.
The 1910G is meant for big trees and long distances. Its most important attributes are high power and big load capacity. The cross-sectional area of the wide load space is bigger and the new-generation headboard provides excellent visibility to the load space.
The CF8 boom is strong and efficient. The smooth and seamlessly working boom gives economical boom movements. The optional Intelligent Boom Control makes boom work easier and faster, increasing productivity by as much as a full load per day.
The G-Series is more than a machine.
|Load rating||19 000 kg|
|Boom reach||7,2/8,5 m|
|Engine power||200 kW|
|Tractive force||230 kN|