The Bobcat S595 skid-steer loader has a 2,200-pound rated operating capacity. A standard feature for the S595 is two-speed travel, with a top speed of 11 mph. The pressurized cab features a one-piece seal that goes all the way around the door and fits into a special curved pocket, minimizing dirt and dust intrusion. The S595 comes with standard controls. Advanced Control System and Selectable Joystick Controls are available as options. Additional options include an enclosed cab with heat and air conditioning, radio, deluxe instrumentation and hydraulic bucket positioning.
The Boxer 950HD features a hinge pin height of 95.5 inches, allowing it to easily dump over a 6-foot side wall, as well as a class-leading 48-hp Tier 4 Final diesel engine with Diesel Oxidation Catalyst that does not require after treatment. The 950HD has a tip capacity of 2,734 pounds and 35 percent SAE rated operating capacity of 954 pounds. The unit also has an advanced electronic display with onboard diagnostic capabilities; multiple mode settings and two joystick operation patterns, allowing the operator to tailor the machine to the application. The machine’s hydrostatic operating system allows proportional control of the joysticks with variable speed output.
The SR240 (pictured) and SV280 Tier 4 Final skid steers feature Case’s maintenance- free particulate matter catalyst solution. Rated at 74 horsepower, these large-frame models deliver torque of 232 foot-pounds, a bucket breakout force of up to 8,680 pounds, and standard hydraulics (24.2 gallons-per-minute) and high-flow auxiliary (33.2 gpm) designed for power and attachment versatility. Weighing in at 7,400 pounds, the SR240 offers a rated operating capacity of 2,400 pounds, while the 8,090-pound SV280 offers an ROC of 2,800 pounds.
The SK752 mini skid steer features a 24.8-hp Kubota diesel engine. The machine has an 860-pound operating capacity and increased hinge-pin height to 83 inches for more efficient loading. An ergonomic operator’s station offers standard dual-lever ground drive controls and an optional joystick. A two-way auxiliary control foot pedal lets operators maintain hydraulic flow to the attachment while keeping their hands free to control depth and ground speed. The SK752’s large platform measures 74 square inches, designed to provide superior ground clearance, operator comfort, and good worksite visibility.
Gehl R Series Radial-Lift skid-steer loaders include three new models, the R150 (a new addition to the line), the R135 (replacing the 4240E), and the R165 (replacing the 4640E Power2). These skid-steer loaders feature an all-new operator station with an integrated digital display, new load arm design with increased visibility, Yanmar-powered Tier IV engines and several serviceability enhancements. The R135, R150 and R165 fall into the mid-frame category. When equipped with optional counterweights, the rated operating capacities range from 1,500 pounds on the R135 to 1,800 pounds on the R165. Lift heights reach up to 119 inches on the R150 and R165.
Giant’s first skid steer loaders combine a low weight (750 kg) and compact sizes with a high tractive force and tipping load. This is designed to make the machines flexible and suitable for different applications. The current range of skid steer loaders includes three models: a gasoline version with 21 hp (SK 211 G) and two diesel versions with 20 hp (SK 201 D) or 25 hp (SK 251 D). The machines are equipped with four powerful hydraulic wheel motors, which require minimal maintenance, according to the OEM.
Designed, manufactured and engineered in Savannah, Ga., JCB’s 260 model skid steer loader has a rated operating capacity of 2,600 pounds. As a verticallift machine, the 260 offers increased capacity and greater reach at maximum lift height. The 260 features JCB’s unique “PowerBoom” design which allows operators to safely enter and exit the machine via a side-entry door. The machine does not require a torque tube across its rear side, yielding an unobstructed rear view and better all-around visibility. Multifunction joystick controls and an optional heated air-suspension seat with adjustable armrests provide operator comfort.
John Deere offers four Final Tier 4 G-Series skid steers (312GR, 314G, 316GR, 318G) and one compact track loader (317G). The G-Series machines feature an improvement in horsepower-to-weight ratios and an optimized boom design that enables lift heights over 10 feet on the vertical lift models and a 20 percent increase in breakout forces on the radial-lift models. The new vertical-lift design on the 314G (51 hp), 318G (65 hp) and 317G (65 hp) provides all-around visibility with clear sight lines above and below the boom to enable easier grading in tight spaces, plus the low-profile rearhood design expands rear views. The radial-lift option used on the 312GR (51 hp) and 316GR (61 hp) offers an exclusive one-person boom lockout system for safety.
Kubota Tractor Corporation’s SSV-Series skid steer loaders include the 64 gross horsepower SSV65 and the 74 gross horsepower SSV75. Standard on all Kubota SSV models is a unique slide-up front-entry door that rises overhead, instead of swinging out. This design allows the door to be opened regardless of loader position so that the operator can enter and exit the machine even when the skid steer is in a tight or difficult position. Other standard features include a dust-resistant pressurized cabin with an optimized climate control system, and a side light that allows better visibility and safer operation at night. The SSVSeries is powered by an EPA Tier 4 certified four-cylinder Kubota diesel engine.
Takeuchi’s TS80 skid steer loader is available in both radial and vertical loader arrangements. The TS80 features a 74 hp Final Tier 4 Deutz engine that delivers 192 ft. lb. of torque at 1,800 rpm using a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst system that does not require regeneration, cleaning, or Diesel Exhaust Fluid. The TS80R2 features an operating weight of 7,950 pounds and a rated operating capacity of 2,825 pounds. The bucket breakout force on the TS80R2 is 5,845 pounds with a lift arm force of 7,080 pounds and a maximum hinge pin height of 10 feet 5 inches. The TS80V2 is heavier than its radial counterpart with an operating weight of 8,965 pounds and a rated operating capacity of 3,500 pounds.
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