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819 • 822 • 824 • 826 • 828 - Fendt

Cutting-edge engine and transmission technology

Perfect teamwork between the engine and transmission

Nm

1250

1200

1150

1100

1050

1000

950

900

kW

210

205

200

195

190

185

180

175

170

165

160

155

150

g/kWh

220

210

200

190

828

828

1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2100

Stage 1 (2000)

Stage 2 (2002)

Torque

Power

Fuel consumption

828

9,2 8 4 2 0,4

0,54 0,2 0,2 0,025 0,025

Less fuel consumption – more dynamics

Low costs per hour are of major significance for the

overall profitability of the tractor. The six-cylinder Deutz

engine, with common rail high-pressure injection system

and a maximum output of up to 280 hp, delivers

high fuel efficiency. The optimised injectors enable

very precise injection with a pressure of up to 2,000 bar.

Another reason behind the exceptional dynamics is the

turbocharger, which features an electronically controlled

wastegate.

1,210 Nm torque, 280 hp max. output at 1,900 rpm and

a specific fuel consumption of 192 g/kW for the 828 Vario

thanks to implementation of cutting-edge technology.

Stage 3a (2006)

Stepwise reduction of exhaust gas

emissions in Europe and North America

Stage 3b (2011) Tier 4 interim 800 Vario

Stage 4 (2014)

cooled metering module

NO x Sensor

AdBlue® heating

system

Nitrous oxides NO x (g/kWh)

Particulate matter PM (g/kWh)

SCR catalytic converter

17,500 litres of fuel saved with SCR

The Fendt 800 Vario complies with emissions standard

Stage 3b (= Tier IV interim). For Fendt, SCR technology

is the best solution for compliance with the emissions

standard, since it allows fuel consumption to be lowered

by another seven percent*. The 800 Vario, with an average

fuel consumption of 25 l/hr, saves 1.75 litres per hour

through SCR alone. In 10,000 operating hours that means

a total of 17,500 litres of diesel are saved. Another advantage

is that exhaust treatment takes place after combustion

and therefore does not affect it. The engine is therefore

optimally tuned and achieves a very high degree of

power efficiency.

*In-house comparison Fendt

AdBlue® filler neck

reaction of

NH 3 + NO x => H 2 O+N 2

AdBlue®

injection

AdBlue® tank

delivery module

with filter

SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) for exhaust after-treatment

With SCR technology, exhaust is after-treated with Adblue®, a 32.5 percent solution of urea,

which converts nitrous oxides NOx into non-toxic nitrogen and water. The consumption of

AdBlue®, the standard urea-water solution used by commercial vehicles, lies at about seven

percent of normal diesel consumption. This can vary depending on the operation.

AdBlue® is available all over the world at filling stations or through AGCO Parts.

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