Bobcat's four new rotary telehandlers

By Maria Hadlow12 April 2010

One of the four new rotary telehandlers to be launched by Bobcat at Bauma.

One of the four new rotary telehandlers to be launched by Bobcat at Bauma.

Bobcat will be launching four rotary telehandlers at Bauma: the smallest, the TR35160, has a maximum lifting height of 15.7 m and features a two-section telescopic boom, while the TR45190, TR50210 and TR40250 models have three-section booms, with lifting heights of 18.7, 20.5 and 24.5 m, respectively.

The smallest machine rotates 400 deg and the rest 360 deg; the machines can be set up quickly and are designed to be very stable lifting heavy materials either vertically up to a roof or horizontally onto the edge of an excavated site.

The TR50210 model pictured has a maximum lifting capacity of 5 t and a maximum outreach of 18.1 m, the telehandler can lift to 20.5 m on stabilisers and 20.3 on tyres. The stabilisers are independently and hydraulically actuated. The TR50210 has a top travel speed of 40 Km/h and weighs 17.2 t unladen.

The rotating telehandlers can be supplied with a variety of Bobcat attachments, including man platforms, extension jibs, buckets and pallet forks for transporting bricks and other materials.

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