Electronic Frontlift Control Pro


Electronic Frontlift Control Pro

  • The lastest innovation from Zuidberg Frontline Systems B.V. is the Electronic Frontlift Control Plus (EFC). This is a fully electronic linkage control with many advantages. EFCpro allows the setting of the minimum and maximum lifting height with the touch of a button.
  • If the implement is placed in the working position or transport position, the PTO can be switched on or off automatically. Besides that you can easily adjust and use the pressure aggression or pressure relief.
  • The EFC-Pro has the following Features: Control lift / lowering speed Speed keys (for lift and lower) Pressure aggression / pressure relief Adjustable lifting height – and depth restriction

What our customers say

Green Diamond

“My dealings with Frontlink and all their staff have been excellent.
At our branch we mainly purchase Zuidberg front hitches and PTO’s for use in municipal snow removal applications mounted on John Deere tractors. Peter and his staff have been great to deal with and have helped us quickly and efficiently with any issues that have arrived. They help us promote the offerings by standing behind the product and addressing any issues quickly and satisfactorily.
I wouldn’t hesitate to promote their products to anyone.”

Bryson Parson, Branch Manager, Green Diamond Equipment, Halifax, Nova Scotia January 10, 2019

Ben Berg Kubota

“We have purchased several Zuidberg hitches and PTO’s from Frontlink over the years and have always appreciated their clear communication and product knowledge. Both the product and their customer service are excellent. Great to deal with.”

Dave Park, Ben Berg Farm & Industrial Equipment Ltd., Wainfleet, Ontario January 4, 2019

Van Oostrum Farm Equipment

“Frontlink continues to be the primary choice for front three point hitches. Their knowledge and expertise are second to none. Its a team approach at Frontlink from ordering to shipping. They just get it right.”

Gary Maddison, Van Oostrum Farm Equipment, Port Williams, Nova Scotia January 4, 2019