Takeuchi TL10V2 track loader / JCB JS200LC excavator
Takeuchi brings out vertical-lift TL10V2 compact track loader
Takeuchi has introduced the TL10V2 compact track loader, a vertical lift version of its popular TL10 loader.
The release of the TL10V2 follows the release of the first vertical lift model in Australia, the TL12V2. The TL10V2 weighs in at 4585kg and features greater lift arm and bucket breakout force than the radial lift TL10.
The compact track loader is driven by a 55.4kW Kubota diesel configured to US Tier 4
Final emissions requirements. Rated operating capacity is just over 1.5 tonnes and Takeuchi says the machine is one of the most powerful in its weight class.
The TL10V2 has been given a similar ruggedised treatment to the TL12V2, with a fully welded box frame with double gussets improving strength.
The loader’s cross member and step positions have been lowered to improve operator visibility to the bucket edge or attachment.
The Takeuchi TL10V2 has a purpose-built unique undercarriage, including performance-matched rollers and idlers. The rollers are double flanged to reduce vibration and noise inside the cab.
The redesigned cab has a deluxe high-backed air-suspension seat with pilot-style joystick controls either side, as well as air-conditioning and radio. Among the controls is a hydraulic lock that can isolate loader functions when the arm is raised or the key is in the ‘off’ position.
The cab also features a 14.4cm multifunction display that monitors machine performance and vital functions, and a heavy-duty roll-up door designed for ‘low effort’ operation. The unique roll-up design (rather than swing-out) of the door also means operators can exit the machine even if the lift arms are stuck in the ‘up’ position.