Trioliet debuts compact self-propelled mixer wagon

Dutch firm Trioliet has added a slender 14cu m self-propelled, single-auger mixer wagon to its range, which joins the bigger 17-24cu m units already on offer.

The Triotrac M features a 1.85m-wide loading arm that stretches up to 4.5m to peel silage from the clamp face. Material is transferred up the arm to the tub, where a vertical 22mm Twin Stream auger mixes the ration together.

Trioliet Triotrac-M mixer wagon cab

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At just 2.8m high, the Triotrac should be handy for working in low-roofed buildings and tight yards. Four-wheel steering keeps the turning circle relatively tight, too, and the side-discharge model has a length of just 7.2m. Rear discharge is an option, but it extends the length to over 8m.

Standard features include a climate-controlled cab, rear-view camera, air seat and a Triotronic 7600T touchscreen weighing system. Maximum road speed is 40kph.

The machines is available next year in parts of Europe and in the UK from 2022. Starting price is €179,000.

Trioliet Triotrac-M mixer wagon from the rear

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