The Tier 4 compliant SR270 radial lift skid steer has a rated operating capacity of 2,700 pounds at 90 horsepower. The new skid steers weigh in at 8,117 (SR270) and 8,655 (SV300) pounds, deliver torque of 282 foot-pounds and bucket breakout force up to 8,776 pounds. Rated at 90 gross horsepower, the machines include standard (24.2 gallons-per-minute) and high-flow auxiliary (37.6 gallons-per-minute) hydraulics, allowing for attachment versatility, while a 25.5-gallon fuel tank extends runtimes. The SR720’s after-treatment SCR is designed to lower exhaust temperatures. An EZ-EH (electro-hydraulic) setup menu features nine adjustable speed and control sensitivity settings that can be adjusted on the fly.
The Ditch Witch SK850 mini skid steer features a 37-hp (27.6 kW) Tier 4 Yanmar diesel engine, with 29hp of hydraulic power delivered to the attachment. The SK850 features 860-pound (390 kg) rated operating capacity , 83-in hinge-pin height, and 4.7 mph (7.6 km/h) ground speed in both forward and reverse. A standard auto-throttle reduces engine throttle when not under load. An exclusive high-drive track system has bolt-on interchangeable sprockets and wide track rollers to ease maintenance and enhance track life. Standard tracks are 42-in wide, with optional 36-in narrow tracks.
Gehl’s new mid-frame R Series radial-lift skid-steer loader line includes three models: the R150, with 1,500 lbs. (680 kg) capacity, the R135 (replacing the 4240E), and the R165 (replacing the 4640E Power2). These skid-steer loaders feature a new operator station with an integrated digital display, a new load arm designed for increased visibility, and several serviceability enhancements. When equipped with optional counterweights, the rated operating capacities range from 1,500 lbs. (680 kg) on the R135 to 1,800 lbs. (816.5 kg) on the R165. Lift heights reach up to 119 inches on the R150 and R165. All loaders come equipped with emissions compliant Tier IV Yanmar engines.
Much of John Deere’s skid-steer loader line has been updated based on extensive customer input. Large-frame skid steers (326E, 328E, 332E) feature a flat floor design with 25 percent more foot room than previous models and reduced cab noise. Mid-frame models (318E, 320E) feature an optimized boom design with greater reach at truck-bed height and increased lift height to the hinge pin, a new keyless-start sealed-switch feature with an anti-theft system and a ride control option that features shock-absorbing boom cylinders. Another option converts the foot throttle pedal into a decelerator pedal for increased productivity in dozing and loading applications.
TS-Series skid-steer loaders, powered by turbo-charged Perkins diesel engines, range in operating weight from 6,475 lbs. to 8,600 lbs., and a rated operating capacity ranging from 1,500 lbs. to 3,000 lbs. A radius lift path and 28.3-degree angle of departure allow operators to work on sloped, uneven terrain. TS-Series skid steers are also available with a two-speed option with 12 mph top speed. The TS-Series lineup includes the TS50R, TS50V, TS60R, TS60V, TS70R, and TS70V.
Terex updates its Generation 2 loader line with two new skid-steer loader models, the R260S and the V350S. The R260S radius lift path skid steer loader has a rated operating capacity of 2,600 lbs., and the V350S is a vertical lift path skid steer loader with a rated operating capacity of 3,500 lbs. Both models use a Tier 4 Final 74-hp turbocharged diesel engine with variable flow hydraulics. The R260S model offers a 5,200-lb. tipping load, a 6,420-lb. bucket breakout force, 125 inches of lift height and 25 inches of reach. The V350S unit features a 7,000-lb. tipping load, 5,050-lb. bucket breakout force and 5,540-lb. arm lifting force.
The Sherpa 100ECO is the first mini battery-powered skid-steer in the world. At only 30.7 inches wide and 1,600 pounds, it is designed to fit through any standard doorway or ride in a standard elevator. Running on a 24V battery, the 100ECO is fume free. A hydraulic auxiliary allows for multiple attachment functions. The battery has an eight- to nine-hour battery life and charges in as little as seven hours using a standard 110V or 220V outlet, according to the manufacturer.
The CTX50 mini skid steer features vertical lift arms that allow it to hoist more weight. It has a 600-pound ISO-rated operating capacity and a tipping capacity of 1,715 pounds. A vertical lift path provides a higher lift height, and the CTX50 has a full lift height of 72 inches. The CTX50 features a 25-horsepower (18.6 kW) Kohler Command PRO electronic fuel-injected gasoline engine and utilizes a 4-pump hydraulic system. Two of the pumps power the track drive motors, and the other two pumps provide flow to the control loader arms and auxiliary hydraulic functions.
Volvo’s new wheeled and tracked models include the radial lift MC60C and MC70C, and the vertical lift MC85C, MC95C and MCT85C. Rated operating capacities for these models range from 1,350 pounds to 1,900 pounds and gross engine power from 48 hp to 59 hp. All models feature a unique single loader arm design, which greatly improves visibility by removing the horizontal cross member found on two-arm vertical lift machines. A large top window further improves visibility during truck loading. Operators enter and exit the cab through a wide-opening side cab door, eliminating the need for operators to climb onto and over the bucket or attachment.
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