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  New Telescopic Handlers from Bobcat

To replace model variations of the T35100 and T36120SL telescopic handlers, Bobcat has introduced latest generation models in the 10-12 m lift range.

Sharing the same modern styling being introduced across the Bobcat range, the latest models incorporate many of the improvements already seen in the larger models launched over the last 18 months.

Different Engine Options

For markets with regulated emissions, the engine is a high performance 74.5 kW (100 HP) 410 Nm Perkins Stage IIIA optimised to deliver the power and torque to ensure efficient operation in the most difficult ground conditions.

For those countries without emission regulations or where low-sulphur fuel is not available, the new models are also available with a Deutz Stage IIIB diesel engine.

The new telescopic handlers have a hydrostatic transmission offering a maximum travel speed of 30 km/h for travelling from location to location and load and carry operations. When it comes to placing loads with precision, an inching function puts the operator in control.

The telescopic handlers are supplied as standard with road lights and turn signals.

The T36120SL incorporates both stabilisers and the frame-levelling system while the T35105L features the frame-levelling system.

The T36120SL incorporates both stabilisers and the frame-levelling system while the T35105L features the frame-levelling system.

Built for Construction and Rental

Whether for construction or rental companies, versatility to maximise machine usage are very much in demand for all plant and equipment. The new telescopic handlers meet this demand.

They feature an auxiliary hydraulic line to allow a wider range of attachements to be used. All modelas are supplied with a 1.12 m wide foldable pallet forks carriage with backrest and 1200 mm pallet forks as standard.

An important safety feature is the Aggravating Movement Arrester (AMA) system which cuts off all aggravating movements to ensure safe use within the working envelope, whatever the attachment used and the type of load (palletised or suspended) being lifted.

The T35105 and T35105L telescopic handlers both have a maximum lift capacity of 3.5 tonne. The working envelope has a maximum lift height of 10.29 m and a maximum forward reach of 6.88 m.

The larger T36120SL telescopic handler has a maximum lift capacity of 3.6 tonne. The working envelope has a maximum lift height of 11.87 m and a maximum forward reach of 8.20 m.

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