Bobcat on Display This Fall
For over 60 years the Bobcat loader has been a cornerstone of construction and utility industries, as well as waste management and agriculture. It is no wonder that Bobcat dealers in the UK are seeing consistent turnover, as these popular machines continue to get the job done across the country.
One key reason why Bobcat loaders and excavators continue to be in such high demand is their ever-evolving technology. This year Bobcat is due to unveil several new technologies and products at Bauma, the 33rd edition of the world's leading trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction equipment, and construction vehicles.
A comprehensive display has been promised of the very latest Bobcat tracked and wheeled loaders, R-Series telehandlers, and mini excavators including four new additions to the 5 to 8-tonne category. Several new attachments and light compaction products are also set to feature.
Among the innovations due to be showcased is Bobcat's concept for Quad Tracks, for which they have reached the finals of the Bauma Innovation Award. The quad track concept allows for the wheels of selected Bobcat skid-steer loaders to be quickly replaced by four individual track pods, which would effectively convert them into tracked loaders.
There is also the T7X, which Bobcat is touting as the first all-electric compact tract loader in the world. Designed to address both noise reduction and emission goals at Bobcat, the T7X will allow operators to manually tune its performance for specific jobs.
“Another striking feature of the T7X which stands out from any other loader on the planet is the fact that there are virtually no fluids in the machine”, said Joel Honeyman, vice president of global innovation at Bobcat. “The only fluid that goes in the machine is about four liters of eco-friendly coolant”.
Bauma will be taking place from October 24th to 30th at the Trade Fair Center Messe München in Germany.
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