Kubota enters stand-on track loader market at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
The SCL1000 features wide tracks on a narrow machine, as well as cup holders
Kubota has entered the stand-on track loader market with its SCL1000. The new stand-on track loader is well-positioned with wide tracks, narrow body and a Rated Operating Capacity (ROC) of 1,000 pounds to meet the demands of landscape contractors and rental yards alike.
The new SCL1000 features a wide 9.8-inch track that comes standard on the overall narrow, 36-inch machine. The integrated track design is engineered for durability with the undercarriage welded to the mainframe of the body. The grease track tension design includes sealed oil bath rollers for less maintenance and greater durability. The wide track design, with a rating of 4.0 psi, is low impact and minimizes damage to grass and landscaping.
Kubota's SCL1000 features a 24.8 horsepower turbo-charged Kubota diesel engine with quiet operation, high altitude performance and no diesel particulate filter requirement. A hydraulic pump directly connected to the engine reduces maintenance. The loader arms reach high and far with a hinge pin height of 84.7 inches and a reach of 25.9 inches at a 45-degree dump angle. The SCL1000 also has a travel speed of 5.1 miles per hour.
Kubota's SCL1000 is engineered with cushioned loader boom cylinders and an adjustable platform suspension system that increase operator comfort for maximum productivity. The loader comes standard with a keyless start with passcode protection, 12-volt charging port and a 4.3-inch LCD color dash monitor that provides easy-to-read consolidated machine monitoring.
The new SCL1000 will be available at select authorized Kubota dealers in the second half of 2020.