Two compact loaders bring more power than ever to equipment line at the Bobcat Company.
Bobcat has rolled out the T86 compact track loader and S86 skid-steer loader, bringing power, speed and weight-to-horsepower ratios.
“We’re expanding our equipment lineup to support our customers’ most challenging jobs. With these compact loaders delivering more usable engine and hydraulic horsepower than ever before, we are empowering customers to accomplish even more,” said Jorge De Hoyos, senior product manager for loaders at Bobcat.
The T86 and S86, said Bobcat, have what it calls exclusive premium power performance, a power management system that distributes power more efficiently on loaders equipped with high-flow and super-flow hydraulics.
The loaders offer more attachment versatility and productivity than ever before said the West Fargo, North Dakota-based firm.
“Each component – including the engine, pumps and hydraulic system – is engineered to deliver maximum hydraulic performance so operators can work quicker, lift more and take productivity to new heights.”
The three hydraulic flow options are:
Standard Flow (23.0 gpm, 3,500 psi) (Standard) - Select standard flow to operate attachments that require lower hydraulic horsepower.
High Flow (36.6 gpm, 3,500 psi) (Optional) - This system provides additional hydraulic power to boost production of attachments like the Bobcat flail cutter, trencher, planer and stump grinder.
Super Flow (42 gpm, 4,061 psi) (Optional) - Tackle the most demanding attachment applications, including pavement milling and clearing land of trees and heavy brush, with attachments designed specifically for super-flow hydraulics.
Bobcat said its attachments are engineered to be fully integrated with the carrier’s electronics, hydraulics and geometry. This ensures the best possible work is achieved on every jobsite, every time. And, “with these 80-platform loaders, operators have more attachment versatility than ever before.”