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New Terex PT-75 compact track loader – heavy-duty machine, compact package

Featuring a 4-cyclinder, turbocharged Perkins 804C-33T diesel engine, the new 71-hp Terex PT-75 compact track loader is the newest member of the Terex line of Tier 4-interim compliant compact construction equipment. Boasting a narrow machine width (70-in), the PT-75 track loader can easily maneuver and operate in confined or congested work sites, making it an ideal loader for landscapers and general contractors. Its purpose-built chassis is designed to be a heavy-duty machine within a compact package. 

Proving it has the power and productivity to get the job done, the PT-75 has 178.5 ft-lb of peak torque, a tipping load of 6,200 lb – with a 3,100 lb operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load capacity – and a lift height of 125 in. This loader is also equipped with powerful load-sensing, low-flow auxiliary hydraulics from 0-17.4 gal/min, high-flow auxiliary hydraulic capability of 30 gal/min @ 3,000 psi. This new Terex compact track loader is available with an optional two-speed hydrostatic drive system that allows operators to select low for maximum torque or high for faster travel speeds up to 10.5 mph. 

The Terex PT-75 compact track loader, which is Tier 4 compliant, comes standard with 18-in wide tracks and patented Posi-Track undercarriage technology with multiple levels of suspension that distributes the machine’s 8,972-lb operating weight down to only 3.5 psi of ground pressure. The low ground pressure prevents damage to the ground below (e.g. turf) and provides extended track life. For exceptional ride comfort and traction, this loader’s undercarriage is suspended from the chassis of the machine by torsion axles. These torsion axles are independent, so there are multiple levels of suspension points connecting the chassis to the undercarriage. This design allows the bogie wheels on the PT-75 to flex, creating a smooth ride and taking away much of the vibration and shock associated with running over rocks, curbs and other rough terrain. This model is also available with optional 20-in tracks for increased versatility to keep operators working year-round, even in wet, muddy or snowy conditions.

All Terex compact track loaders, including the new PT-75 model, utilize a proprietary all-rubber track, rather than a rigid track technology with steel embedded tracks mounted on an existing skid steer chassis. This enables Terex compact track loaders to produce greater efficiencies in operation and speed because of their lighter weight. And by utilizing composite materials rather than a steel skeleton, Terex tracks do not corrode or rust.

The new PT-75 loader is designed with front-mounted, quick-connect hydraulic fittings and an electronic connector for control of attachments, enabling it to use industry-standard attachments. This Terex loader is equipped with a comfortable operator station and pilot-operated joystick controls to reduce operation fatigue and increase production.
 

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Terex GEN2 R265T Compact Track Loader – Heavy-Duty Machine with a Light Footprint

Featuring a 74-hp turbocharged Tier 4 Final diesel engine with variable flow hydraulics for powerful productivity and quick cycle times, the new 2,650-pound rated operating capacity Terex R265T compact track loader is the newest member of the Terex Generation 2 (GEN2) loader line-up. Boasting a narrow machine width (70 inches), the R265T radial lift path compact track loader can easily maneuver and operate in confined or congested work sites, making it an ideal loader for rental stores and contractors working in site preparation, construction, landscaping, infrastructure development and demolition applications. Its purpose-built chassis is designed to be a heavy-duty machine within a compact package.

Proving it has the power and productivity to get the job done, the R265T loader has 221 ft-lb of peak torque, a tipping load of 7,571 pounds, a bucket breakout force of 5,800 pounds and a lift height of 125 inches, enabling it to get loading, picking and carrying, grading, back dragging or snow removal jobs done faster and more efficiently. Compact track loaders, like the R265T unit, engineered with a radial lift path – meaning the loader arms raise in an arc pattern – excel at digging and grading applications. Another benefit of the radial lift path configuration is the visibility around the unit it provides to operators, especially when working around existing infrastructure, such as homes and in backyards.

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Takeuchi TS80 Skid Steer Available in Radial and Vertical Loader Alightments

Takeuchi-US, has recently updated their product offering with the introduction of the all-new TS80 skid-steer loaders that are available in both radial and vertical loader arrangements. The TS80 series are the largest models in the Takeuchi skid-steer product line that also includes the TS50 and TS60. Highly maneuverable and powerful, the large frame TS80 series loaders deliver an outstanding blend of performance, durability, and operator comfort.

The TS80 skid-steer loaders feature a 74-hp Final Tier 4 Deutz engine that delivers an impressive 192 ft. lb. of torque at 1,800 rpm. A key benefit of the new Deutz engine is its simple maintenance free Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) that does not require regeneration, cleaning, or Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF).

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Manitou Group Manufactures its 500,000th Machine in 2015

This year marks the milestone of the 500,000th machine manufactured by the Manitou Group. With its three brands, Manitou, Gehl, and Mustang, and more than 400 models offered throughout the world, the Group celebrates this as an expression of its leadership in the all-terrain material-handling and dirt-engaging markets.

The Manitou Group designs, manufactures, distributes and supports equipment for the construction, agriculture and industrial markets. It specializes in telescopic handlers, all-terrain forklifts, skid steers, track loaders, articulated loaders, semi-industrial and industrial masted forklifts, access platforms, truck-mounted forklifts, and attachments.

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New Bobcat S740 Skid-Steer Loader: No Aftertreatment Needed

Bobcat Company has released its first Tier 4-compliant 700 frame-size loader. The S740 is powered by an engine that is under 75 horsepower and doesn’t require a diesel particulate filter (DPF), selective catalytic reduction (SCR) or diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).

The new Bobcat S740 skid-steer loader boasts the highest rated operating capacity in the under 75-horsepower skid-steer loader class, and provides customers with a large, powerful machine for working in construction, landscaping, agriculture, and buildings and grounds as well as other market segments.

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Small-Chassis D Series Loaders Offer Intelligent Leveling System

Four new D Series small-chassis models are the latest additions to the Cat compact track loader (CTL) and skid-steer loader (SSL) ranges: SSL models 226D and 232D; and CTL models 239D and 249D—all incorporating the design innovations of larger D Series machines, including a sealed/pressurized cab, electro-hydraulic controls, redesigned lift arms, premium seat choices, and optional Advanced Display (available with rear-view camera). All use an electronic CatC2.2 engine that meets Tier 4-Final/Stage IIIB emissions standards.

The 232D is designed with agricultural applications in mind, and the 239D and 249D are engineered as strong contenders in the general construction and rental markets. The 239D, with its suspended steel-embedded rubber track, replaces the 247B3 Multi-Terrain Loader (MTL) and delivers lower owning and operating costs for machine owners not requiring the capabilities of the rubber-wheeled, softer track system of the MTL. Further advantages of the new small-chassis SSL models include a two-speed drive system with a top speed of 11 mph (18 kph) for the 226D and 232D and for the CTLs operating weights of less than 8,000 pounds (3 630 kg) for the 239D and 249D, allowing transport without a Commercial Driver's License.

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New JCB 325T Track Loader Tackles Forestry Jobs

JCB has developed the 325T ForestMaster, a compact track loader designed specifically to deal with the arduous working conditions found in the forestry and timber industries. Featuring additional protection for both the operator and the machine, the 325T ForestMaster also incorporates a heavy-duty recovery winch. This specialized compact track loader is powered by JCB’s Ecomax Tier 4 Final engine, with no requirement for an expensive diesel particulate filter (DPF) or any aftertreatment.

The 325T’s Ecomax engine delivers 74 hp (55kW) across a broad rev range from just 1,200 rpm. This high torque engine features an advanced combustion system, with ultra-high common rail fuel injection pressures and exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), allowing it to meet Tier 4 Final emissions standards without the need for a DPF filter or time consuming regeneration.

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Takeuchi TL8 Tier 4 Compact Track Loader

Takeuchi-US, has launched the newest compact track loader in their lineup with the introduction of the TL8. Designed and engineered to provide superior power, strength, and maneuverability the TL8 replaces the TL230 Series 2. This addition to the Takeuchi track loader line-up features a radial lift loader design, weighs approximately 8,345 pounds, and has a tip load of 6,020 pounds for an unrivaled blend of power and efficiency.

The TL8 is powered by a 74.3 horsepower (hp) turbocharged engine, which meets EPA Final Tier 4 emissions standards. With a high pressure common rail injection system, diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), and diesel particulate filter (DPF), emissions are minimized for clean and efficient operation.

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CASE Introduces New Large-Frame TR340 and TV380: The Industry’s First Tier 4 Final Compact Track Loaders with SCR Technology

CASE Construction Equipment has introduced the new TR340 and TV380 compact track loaders (CTLs): the first Tier 4 Final CTLs outfitted with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology. The TR340 rounds out the CASE lineup of large-frame CTLs, now providing customers with both a radial-lift (TR340) and vertical-lift (TV380) design to choose from in the larger footprint. This combination of size, strength and flotation is ideal in earthmoving applications that require low ground pressure/minimal ground disturbance. The new Tier 4 Final models feature best-in-class torque, breakout force and standard auxiliary hydraulic flow, as well as the industry’s widest cab with best-in-class 360-degree visibility.

The CASE SCR solution is provided by Fiat Powertrain Technologies (a CNH Industrial company) and has proven itself in on-road trucking, heavy earthmoving and agricultural applications. The technology is now being outfitted to benefit smaller engine ranges, including CTLs.

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CASE Launches New SR270 and SV300: The Industry’s First Tier 4 Final Skid Steer Models with SCR Technology

CASE Construction Equipment became the first manufacturer to offer skid steer loaders with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology with the introduction of the SR270 radial-lift skid steer and the SV300 vertical-lift skid steer. The brand new SR270 becomes the industry’s largest radial lift skid steer with a rated operating capacity of 2,700 pounds at 90 horsepower. The new Tier 4 Final models feature best-in-class torque, breakout force and standard auxiliary hydraulic flow, as well as the industry’s widest cab with best-in-class 360-degree visibility.

The SCR engine technology found in both machines is a result of years of emissions reduction expertise by Fiat Powertrain Technologies (also a CNH Industrial company). Having proven itself in on-road trucking applications, and expanding into heavy earthmoving and agricultural applications, the technology has evolved to prove beneficial in even smaller engine ranges, such as skid steers.

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