24 April 2008

Merlo has four new models with load capacities of 3700 and 3800 kg in its most popular range - 12 to 14 m of lifting height. Its Panoramic P37.12, P38.12, P38.13 and P38.14 machines feature a lighter boom, with a centre-of-gravity closer to the ground, enabling Merlo to rate these machines at an additional half-metre of extension. A single cylinder, cable-drive system, as opposed to multiple cylinders, also gives faster boom extension. A Perkins 4-cylinder, 64 KW engine - or turbocharged 74.5 kW with the ‘Plus' models - powers a hydrostatic transmission to drive the 8650 to 8900 kg machines at speeds of up to 40 kph.

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