New Holland introduces 3 new compact track loaders ‘built to tackle toughest construction applications’
The compact track loaders give operators a 360-degree view of the job site, and New Holland claims that the new rear window provides best-in-class rear visibility.
The 200 Series compact track loaders also feature large, 20- to 25.5-gallon fuel tanks, allowing operators to work as long as 10 hours before refueling.
Stability is an important part of being productive on the job site. Because the rigid undercarriage and machine weight is distributed over a large area, New Holland compact track loaders provide a stable ride over the roughest working surfaces. The frame sheds material away from the track, minimizing downtime. Undercarriage components include permanently lubed idlers and rollers, and a strong, steel-belted rubber track. With fewer moving parts than a suspension track system, maintenance costs are significantly reduced.
Daily maintenance on the 200 Series machines is quick and easy, December said, adding that no special tools are needed. “A quick daily service check only takes minutes, but will pay off during the entire life of the machine,” he said.
For complete access, the service technician only needs to remove two nuts and washers to tilt the cab forward. Another improvement is the redesigned hydraulic system, which extends the service interval to 2,000 hours and significantly reduces the amount of used and disposed oil.
New Holland also offers more than 50 compact track loader attachments — including augers, brooms, grapples, hammers and pallet forks — to handle construction, landscaping or agricultural jobs.
The new loaders also feature a hydraulic heavy-duty coupler for customers who frequently change attachments, according to December. –Tina Grady Barbaccia
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