CVTCORP transmissions are well adapted for various construction equipment. The superior performance of the mCVT in terms of fuel savings, engine downsizing, productivity improvement, improved safety and competitive cost makes it an attractive opportunity to replace hydrostatic and powershift transmissions.
Opportunity to use a smaller engine resulting in significant powertrain system cost reduction.
CVT architecture allows for transmission to be scaled from light-duty landscaping equipment to the largest and most demanding construction machines.
Cost competitive with PowerShift transmissions and more affordable than any other hydraulic CVT on the market.
The mCVT technology allows manufacturers to reduce engine size while delivering unparalleled ease of operation and a 20% to 30% improvement in vehicle’s overall performance. The CVTCORP designed Transmission Control Unit (TCU) algorithm uses engine and transmission data to ensure maximum vehicle efficiency and overall system optimization. With its precise and stable control system, the robust mCVT design has been validated with over 500,000 cumulative test hours completed at CVTCORP both in the lab and on the field as well as by several OEMs in real-life applications.