New features for Tobroco-Giant compact loaders

By Belinda Smart07 June 2021

Tobroco-Giant has updated its four small loaders with Stage V engines and a range of features.

The Dutch manufacturer’s four smallest models, the G1100 and G1200 and their tele-versions now have Stage V engines, along with new bottom plates for protection agains against objects such as branches or rocks.

The Tobroco-Giant G1200 TELE.

The machines can now also be supplied with narrowed mudguards for a 87.5 cm width and feature lifting eyes, while other new options available for all four machine include an electrically switchable tandem pump, offering a maximum 39 ltr/min and a button-operated transport securing device to block the lift arm in all directions.

Hose rupture protection has also been introduced on lift and top cylinder, and the machines now have boom suspension function.

They are also now available with road specification up to 20 km/h from the factory.

Tobroco-Giant has also introduced changes specific to the G1200 and G1200 TELE, including a HD (heavy duty) driving mechanism option with 45% more tractive force, or a higher driving speed up to 19 km/h.

The G1100 and G1200 have a 1.100 kg service weight while that of the G1100 TELE and G1200 TELE is 1.200 kg. Other features include Poclain wheel engines, hydrostatic four wheel drive with automotive control and simple forward and backward motion operated by an electrical switch.

Specialised attachments for the G1100 and G1200 models include sweeper, tree grab or soil bucket.

The company says its small wheel loaders are increasingly designed to target tasks previously done manually, such as delivering material or small transport and excavation jobs.

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