Bobcat has launched new Stage V-compliant telehandlers alongside Stage V versions of the company's M-Series T450 and T590 compact track loaders.
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The new machines are powered by Bobcat D34 and D24 Stage V high torque diesel engines, designed specifically for Bobcat compact equipment.
The new D34 Stage V engine allows customers to operate their telehandlers in emission-regulated zones, thanks to the new DPF after-treatment system. In addition, the engine does not use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), so there is no need for AdBlue.
"The 75 HP engine is mainly used by construction and rental companies in the United Kingdom, Italy and Benelux owing to its competitive price and simplicity, whilst still providing plenty of power to tackle all applications on the job site," says Quentin D'Hérouël, product manager - telehandlers at Doosan Bobcat.
The new engine powers 11 different Bobcat telehandler models with lifting capacities between 2.6 and 4.1 T and lifting heights from 6 to 18 m.
The manufacturer has also announced the launch of new T450 and T590 Stage V compact track loaders, following the recently launched Bobcat M-Series S450, S510 and S530 Stage V skid-steer loaders. All new M-Series loaders provide operators with increased performance, enhanced comfort and optimised maintenance requirements.
These M-Series loaders are among the first models in the Bobcat compact equipment range in Europe to have the company's new machine styling scheme.
"Like the S450, S510 and S530 models, skilful design work by our engineering team has ensured that even with the Bobcat Stage V engine incorporated, the same small dimensions and lift arm patterns are maintained on the new versions of the T450 and T590 compact track loaders. This ensures a truly compact size and low weight, so they can work and manoeuvre easily in tight spaces and can be easily transported," says Jiri Karmazin, product manager - loaders at Doosan Bobcat.