Bobcat launches new rotary telehandler

By Sarah Ann McCay17 February 2013

The new Bobcat TR38160 rotary telehandler

The new Bobcat TR38160 rotary telehandler

Access equipment manufacturer Bobcat has launched the new TR38160 rotary telehandler. Designed to replace the company’s TR35160 model, the new TR38160 offers a higher maximum lifting capacity of 3.8 tonne and a maximum lifting height of 15.7 m.

The TR38160 is the smallest model in the range of four Bobcat rotary telehandlers, offering lifting capacities from 3.8 to 5.0 tonne. The TR38160 model has a two-section telescopic boom, while the larger TR45190, TR50210 and TR40250 models have three-section booms, offering maximum lifting heights of 18.7, 20.5 and 24.5 m, respectively.

As standard, the TR38160 is ready for use with a man platform, while a line of 10 different man platforms and attachments are available, including extension jibs, buckets and pallet forks.

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