Bobcat has launched the company’s new T35105, T35105L and T36120SL 10-12 m middle lift telescopic handlers. The new units replace the previous five models from the T35100 to the T35120SL telescopic handlers.
Sharing the same, easily recognisable counterweight design and chassis in black, the T35105, T35105L and T36120SL models are part of the new generation of telescopic handlers from Bobcat and incorporate many of the improvements already seen in the TL360/TL470 6-7 m and T40140/T40180 14-18 m models launched over the last 18 months.
The advanced features include the new Panoramic Cab which has a large parabolic windscreen providing panoramic visibility especially when handling loads at height. In the cab, there is a new dashboard with digital display and ergonomic controls including a joystick with integrated forward/reverse (FNR) control for improved productivity and safety.
The state-of-the-art electronics in the new telescopic handlers are based on can bus technology allowing smart machine management and monitoring of the main components for easier maintenance. Based around a 100 l/min gear pump, the advanced hydraulics feature an active diagnostic system which ensures that in case of hydraulic failure, the machine always remains within safe limits.
Available in versions for markets with non-regulated or regulated emissions, high performance is ensured, respectively, by the 74.5 kW (100 HP) 410 Nm Perkins Stage IIIA or Deutz Stage IIIB diesel engines, providing plenty of power and torque even in the most difficult ground conditions. The new telescopic handlers have a hydrostatic transmission offering a maximum travel speed of 30 km/h, complemented by an inching function for smooth driving and precise positioning. The T36120SL incorporates both stabilisers and the frame-levelling system while the T35105L features the frame-levelling system.