New tracked dumper from Takeuchi

By Thomas Allen09 July 2020

Takeuchi has introduced a new rear-tipping tracked dumper, available in Europe and Oceania.

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Takeuchi’s new TCR50-2 rear-tipping tracked dumper

The 6.5 tonne TCR50-2 replaces the company’s original TCR50 tracked dumper.

The new model has a skip that can rotate left to right 180˚. This ability to tip sideways reduces the amount of manoeuvring the machine has to do on site.

The skip has a 65˚ dump angle and a maximum payload of 3,700kg, and the machine’s hydraulic joystick controls can be used for both travel and dump functions.

The TCR50-2 also has a spacious cab that offers all-round visibility, supplemented by the rear-view camera function that comes as standard on the operator’s 5.7” colour display panel.

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The skip has a 65˚ dump angle and can be swivelled 180 degrees left to right

The cab also has an adjustable suspension seat, air conditioning, a radio with a USB port, and a large cup holder, to ensure operator comfort and minimise fatigue.

Routine and daily servicing has been made easier by the wide-opening maintenance cover, which offers good access to the engine and routine inspection points.

A standard fuel transfer pump enables operators to refill the tank more easily and quickly.

The new dumper is powered by a Stage V compliant Yanmar turbocharged engine.

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