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Safety

Features to help protect people

Reinforced Frame

The upper frame is reinforced to accommodate the installation of a new ROPS cab with redesigned overhead guarding to protect operators.

Sound Proo ng

Improved sealing and cab roof lining lower noise levels signi cantly during machine operation.

Anti-Skid Plates

The surface of the upper structure and the top of the storage box area are covered with removable anti­skid plates to help prevent service personnel and operators from slipping during maintenance.

Steps, Hand and Guard Rails

Steps (1) on the track frame and storage box along with extended hand and guard rails to the upper deck enable operators to more securely work on the machine.

High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lights

Cab lights can be upgraded to HID for greater night time visibility.

Visibility – Windows

Increased glass coverage improves visibility while meeting the latest ROPS regulations. The 70/30 split con guration features an upper window equipped with handles on the top and both sides so the operator can slide it to store in the ceiling. The lower window is removable and can be stored on the left wall of the cab shell. An available one­piece front windshield comes with a glass­breaking safety hammer. The newly designed skylight is larger than the previous series’ and provides greater overhead visibility, excellent natural lighting, and good ventilation. The skylight can be opened completely to become an emergency exit.

Monitor Warning System

The monitor is equipped with a buzzer that can warn an operator of critical events like “Engine Oil Pressure Decrease,” “Coolant Temperature High,” or “Hydraulic Oil Temperature High,” allowing for immediate action to take place.

Rearview Camera

A rearview camera (2) housed in the counterweight area is available as an attachment. The image projects through the cab monitor to give the operator a clear picture of what’s behind the machine.

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