A recent article in Resource magazine suggests that test results from the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory (NTTL) show one manufacturer's series of tractors to be more fuel efficient than other tractors in this category.
What does TTL stand for?
TTL stands for Tractor Test Laboratory (University of Nebraska)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Founded in 1920, the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory was originally established as a standardization test to ensure the reliability of tractors sold to Nebraska farmers.
The Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory (NTTL) was established in 1920 in response to the Nebraska Tractor Test Act of 1919, which required all agricultural tractors sold and advertised in Nebraska to have manufacturers' performance claims verified by the Nebraska Tractor Test Lab.
Larsen, 91, retired engineer-in-charge of the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory for 29 years, died February 2.