PTG CTIS – Another sucsessful TractAir installation

Adjust tyre pressure from the driver’s seat

Tyres are the only link between the machine and the surface of the field/road

  • On the road the tyre must be hard with low wear; only possible with HIGH tyre pressure
  • In the field the tyre must be supple and soft with good traction; only possible with LOW tyre pressure

PTG CTIS Low pressures in the field

  • Reduce fuel consumption up to 15%
  • Reduced soil compaction increases yield by up to 6%
  • Improved operator comfort
  • Longer working season

PTG CTIS High pressures on the road

  • Reduce tyre wear by up to 20%
  • Change tyre pressures while moving
  • Improved stability and cornering

Rear inboard air connection available

Compatible with dual wheels

Contact us for more information

www.tractair.co.uk

YAMS Show

We’ll be exhibiting our tyre inflation systems along with T. Elsey tyres at the YAMS show on Wednesday next week.  Come and chat to Alex on stand D4 to find out more about our systems and what they can do for you.  The show is on from 8:30 till 4:30 and is free to attend.  It’s being held at the York Auction Centre, YO19 5GF. 

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Thank You for a great LAMMA 2020

We would like to thank Everyone who came to visit us at LAMMA 2020 as well as the organisers who arranged another great show. It was another successful year for TractAir, we hope to see you all again at LAMMA 2021.

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Lamma’20

Come and visit us at Lamma’20 on Tuesday the 7th January or Wednesday 8th January at the NEC Birmingham, B40 1NT, UK.

Use the link to get registered:

https://registration.n200.com/survey/19eqg2blo1q2s?actioncode=NTWO001062QZL

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Pilot Project to reduce flood risk begins.

The Environment agency is working with the River Stewardship Company to deliver a Pilot project aiming to reduce the risk of flooding and create a better natural habitat. The site of this Pilot project is a small sheep farm near Earby on the boarder of Yorkshire and Lancashire.

The flood risk management trial will be focusing on the land near the River Aire and will focus on natural flood management, the creation of wetlands, leaky barriers to slow the flow of rainwater and hedge planting are all proposals this project aims to test.

This work is part of the wider program been funded by Leeds City Council which aims to work with nature not against it in order to reduce the flow of water from upstream so the landscape has more time to absorb the water. It is hoped that this pilot project along side the wider NFM program will encourage more landowners to take part showing the benefits of the project while maintain arable land that can be used by farmers while reducing flood risk.

Ofcom opening up the air to benefit rural communities

The UK’s telecom regulator Ofcom has announced that it is opening up applications for small business and rural communities to have shared-access to airwaves “spectrums” which have so far been restricted to major mobile operators.

These networks are licenced to the mobile operators but if they are not using them then they will be available for the sharing. As these technologies get deployed it will be a very interesting time in the Industry.

Ofcom are using this approach to help support innovation for new services an example given for farmers would be to allow them to set-up their own network to connect livestock, crop and irrigation systems together. Which would allow for better planning, resource management and benefit harvesting.

This is not only set to benefit famers as rural communities and other industries in the manufacturing and entertainment sectors will likely also see a benefit to applying and gaining access to these networks. The networks proposed to be opened up to sharing by Ofcom do support 4G and 5G so the latest and the best equipment will be available to everyone.

You can apply to Ofcom now if there is a network that is not been used by its owning mobile operator in your area today to apply for access to it will cost £950 to use the network for up to three years though longer-term contracts can be agreed.

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