Bobcat refines telehandler range
By Sarah Ann McCay06 November 2013
Bobcat has launched advanced versions of two of its largest rigid frame telehandlers.
The new T40140 14 m and T40180 18 m models both have increased maximum lifting heights as well as many new features and are available in Stage IIIB and Stage IIIA compatible versions.
The Stage IIIB version is powered by the 75 kW Deutz TCD 3.6 L4 diesel engine, which utilises EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) and a DOC-only solution to meet the new emission standards. The new Stage IIIA models are powered by the Perkins 1104D-44TA 75 kW diesel engine.
The T40140 telehandler now offers a maximum lift capacity of 4.1 tonnes and a maximum lift height of 13.71 m.
The T40180 telehandler has a maximum lift capacity of 4 tonnes and a maximum lift height of 17.52 m.
Both telehandlers can be supplied with a wide selection of engine, hydraulic, boom, rear, cab, frame and tyre options. There is also a range of attachments, including different types of digging buckets, man platforms, concrete buckets, pallet forks, jibs and winches.