Loftness has introduced its Bad Ax disc mulcher for skid steers. This high-powered forestry head is ideal for a wide range of applications, including land clearing, vegetation control, fire prevention and more.
The redesigned Cool Flow auxiliary hydraulic cooler from Loftness meets the needs of tool carriers and other machines operating in the most demanding conditions. Along with a decreased profile, the Cool Flow’s increased cooling capacity keeps machines and attachments running safely until the job is done.
Building on the success of the previous G3 model, the Carbide Cutter G4 is Loftness Specialized Equipment’s newest generation high-performance mulching head attachment for skid steers. Incorporating an adjustable shear bar to customize material sizing and a 37 percent larger displacement drive motor with more torque, it is packed with features that increase efficiency while maintaining rugged reliability.
This year, Loftness Specialized Equipment marks 60 years of manufacturing success in the heart of the upper Midwest. Loftness has grown and expanded as a company since its founder, a Hector, Minnesota farmer named Dick Loftness, made a V-type snow blower for his own use. This soon led to the start of Loftness Manufacturing in 1956. In 1979, Dick sold the company to Marv Nelson, and the company has been owned and operated by the Nelson family ever since.
The Cool Flow hydraulic oil cooler from Loftness Specialized Equipment greatly reduces the risk of overheating in skid steers and hydraulically powered attachments when operating in demanding applications and hot work environments. The automatic thermostat-controlled fan provides adequate cooling to the system whenever needed to boost machine efficiency, even when an attachment is not being used.
Loftness introduces the I Series to its SnowLogix line of snow blowers. The new series includes four models of industrial-duty, tractor-mounted units. They are available in 9- and 10-foot widths for efficiently moving large amounts of snow.