Ample flow and lift capacity expand the versatility of your T6050 tractor.
You’ll appreciate the flexibility and unwavering power of the T6050 hydraulic system. While the hydraulic systems found on some tractors rely on a single pump, the
T6050 hydraulic system uses two pumps for better response and the ability to perform multiple hydraulic functions simultaneously – without sacrificing performance.
Two pumps are better than one
The open-center hydraulic system used on Delta and Plus models features a 63 (Delta) or 80 (Plus) litresper- minute (lpm) fixed-displacement gear pump and a separate 40 lpm steering pump (47 lpm on models equipped with the 16×16 transmission). Elite models offer a more advanced closed-center load-sensing hydraulic system (optional on Plus models) and a variable-displacement piston pump that delivers a flow of 100 lpm to the rear remotes, three point hitch and loader. A separate
40 lpm pump provides flow for steering and services circuit.
Flow control is standard equipment.
Configurable detents are standard on Elite models and optional on Plus models. For maximum in-cab control, Plus and Elite models can be equipped with two, three or four fully programmable electro-hydraulic remotes. You control the flow rate and program the timing of each valve right from your tractor seat.
Impressive Lift Capacity
Three-point hitch capacity for T6050 tractor is up to 8,257 kg for Elite models and up to 7,864 kg for Plus models. Delta models feature mechanical draft control with a lift capacity up to 6,332 kg. Telescoping stabilizers and optional flexible or hook-type link ends on all T6050 models make it easy to hook up
and change implements.
Mechanical Draft Control
simplicity Delta and Plus models feature a simple mechanical draft control (MDC) system that uses lower-link draft sensing to precisely maintain draft loads while working in the field with three-point-mounted implements. Models with MDC also feature the convenient Lift-O-Matic™
system that allows you to raise or lower an implement with the touch of a button, without altering the draft settings—a real time-saver during headland turns.