Legendary manufacturer Bobcat is at it again.
Known for their innovative and reliable aerial lift products and accessories, Bobcat’s latest offering – the Stage IIIB/Tier 4 interim rotar
y telescopic handlers – is a significant improvement over existing technology. In fact, some industry experts are calling the new rotary telehandlers the biggest breakthrough in years.
Bobcat Reliability, Slick New Features
Bobcat’s rotary telehandler, which is part of their EVO line of lift accessories, will be available in four different models: the TR38160 (51.5 feet of max lifting capability), TR50190 (61.3 feet), TR50210 (67.25 feet) and TR40250 (just over 79 feet).
Designed for safety and comfort, the new rotary telehandlers should help with productivity while also giving aerial lift workers added safety features.
Full Rotary Capability, Plus Built-In Smart Self-Checks
With complete 360° turntable rotation available on all four models, the telehandlers will help workers gain comprehensive access at the job site. This will lessen the need for relocation of the unit. But even if relocation is necessary, the four telehandlers’ stability is up to the task.
But here’s something that really has the critics abuzz: the new Bobcat models have a neat Self Diagnostics and troubleshooting feature that alerts the user to key maintenance checks, operation status, boom position and load capacity. This will help owners and operators save time and money in the long run.
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