The new loader is powered by a Yanmar Tier III 84-hp, 215-ft.lb. turbocharged diesel engine that provides extra power to handle the toughest jobs with ease, Moore says. The 3300V ofers a rated operating capacity of 3,300 lbs.
The vertical-lift boom offers customers enhanced stability and more than 131 inches of lift height for easy truck loading and material handling, while providing considerable forward reach at trailer loading and dumping heights. The extra-long wheelbase and new chassis design enhance stability and provide superior weight distribution.
Moore says the 3300V is designed for durability. Thick steel plating and heavy-duty pins and bushings make this loader stronger than any other machine in its class.
Operators will appreciate the state-of-the-art cab designed with ergonomics and superior comfort in mind.
For ease of use, the 3300V comes standard with a joystick pilot control system in either hands only or hand/foot pattern. A high-flow auxiliary hydraulics option is available for applications that demand maximum performance, while electronic engine control and foot throttle allow operation at partial throttle, reducing sound levels and fuel consumption.
- Powered by Yanmar Tier III 84-hp, 215-ft.lb. turbocharged diesel engine
- Comes standard with a joystick pilot control system in either hands only or hand/foot pattern
- Vertical-lift boom for enhanced stability and more than 131 in. of lift height
Gehl: Updated models offer more power in same tight package
Gehl announces its 4640E and 5240E Power2 skid loaders. These updated models are equipped with a new 68-hp Yanmar Interim Tier-IV diesel engine that produces up to 180 ft.lbs. of torque.
The 4640E and 5240E Power2 skid loaders pack all this power into the same compact package measuring only 59.7 in. with the optional offset tire package. Despite its narrow width, the 5240E Power2 skid loader can lift 2,050 lbs. over 121 in. when equipped with 12.00 tires and optional counterweight.
- Powered by 68-hp Yanmar Interim Tier-IV diesel engine
- Measure 59.7 inches with optional offset tire package
- Lift 2,050 lbs. over 121 in. when equipped with 12.00 tires and optional counterweight
Case: Alpha Series built for performance and comfort
The nine-model Alpha Series skid steer line from Case Construction Equipment sets new standards in horsepower, breakout force and operator comfort features, including the industry’s widest cabs. The line includes two models with operating capacities below 1,600 lbs., a size limit that targets the rental market. The Case SR130 and SR150, both radial lift models, have rated operating capacities of 1,300 and 1,500 lbs., respectively. The SR130 is rated at 43 hp, and the SR150 is rated at 49 hp.
The Alpha Series includes six radial-lift skid steers, the SR130, SR150, SR175, SR200, SR220 and SR250 – engineered for digging, prying and pushing – and three vertical-lift models (SV185, SV250 and SV300) designed for lift-and-carry applications.
Case offers a full range of hydraulic-powered attachments. And thanks to high-flow and enhanced high-flow hydraulic system options, rental dealers can offer a wide variety of Case attachments designed for the toughest applications.
“Standard flow is adequate for basic cylinder-operated attachments such as grapples, 4-in-1 buckets and powered attachments like sweepers, brooms, rotary rakes and basic snow blowers,” said Perry Girard, marketing manager, parts & service, Case Construction Equipment. “Attachments such as asphalt cold planers, chippers, mulchers, stump grinders and rock saws need the extra power that our high-flow and enhanced high-flow systems provide.”
- Six radial-lift and three vertical-lift models
- Two models with operating capacities below 1,600 lbs. target the rental market
- High-flow and enhanced high-flow hydraulic system options
Volvo: Single-arm design enhances performance and safety
The Volvo C-Series line, including wheeled and tracked models, provides new application versatility. Featuring a unique single-loader arm design, Volvo skid-steer loaders deliver the superior loading performance and durability found in a traditional skid steer design, along with the improved visibility, safety and enhanced cab access of a side-entry machine.