Compact Equipment

JUL 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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Model Engine Horsepower Net HP Operating Weight Bucket Breakout Force Lifting Capacity At Full Height Max. Travel Speed Forward (Reverse) Turning Radius W50C ZB 55 hp 11,272 lbs 9,199 lbs 7,050 lbs 12 mph (12 mph) 12 ft, 2 in. W50C TC 55 hp 10,913 lbs 6,753 lbs 5,287 lbs 12 mph (12 mph) 12 ft, 2 in. W80C 70 hp 13,303 lbs 11,076 lbs 8,345 lbs 9 mph (9 mph) 13 ft, 1 in. W80C HS 70 hp 13,303 lbs 11,076 lbs 8,345 lbs 21 mph (21 mph) 13 ft, 1 in. New Holland A Quartet of Rugged, Hard-Working Loaders Advice to Buyers "Full back or half back? Compact wheel loader or track loader?" asks Joe Bouf- ford, mini ex, CWL and TL/ TLB equipment marketing for New Holland. "Both have similar jobs but often go about them differently. For inside or close quarter work, a track loader may be more suit- able. However, where speed, comfort and road worthiness are desired features, a com- pact wheel loader is a great choice." N o regeneration, no expensive diesel particulate filters (DPFs) to replace, no ex- treme exhaust temperatures and no aftertreatment fluids to add. All New Hol- land C Series compact wheel loaders are Tier 4 Final and incorporate a proven maintenance-free solution. You can rely on New Holland compact wheel loaders to perform smoothly and quickly to boost your efficiency on every jobsite, says the company. A stable, compact design allows you to work and maneuver easily in restricted spaces. A lower machine height and lower center of gravity increase the stability of New Holland compact wheel loaders, so you can lift and move larger loads, travel more smoothly and operate with more confidence, notes the company. The hydro- static transmission allows for precise speed control with minimum shifting. Z-bar linkage design provides maximum breakout force and digging and lifting power for high-production, load-and-carry applications. For applications where self- leveling is needed, like forklift work, consider the W50C TC tool carrier model. New Holland compact wheel loaders do more than load. With engine and hydraulic power and a choice of buckets and attachments, you can easily scrape, grade, haul and more. The standard hydraulic quick-coupler is compatible with all skid steer attachments. Fast, ground-level access to maintenance points and long service intervals reduce the time your operators spend on routine maintenance tasks. All C Series loaders are equipped with a ROPS/FOPS certified cab that incorporates comfort with roomy dimensions and ergonomic controls. Redesigned wide steps give you easier cab entry and exit. The seat, steering column and arm- rest adjust to make every operator comfortable, says the company. The standard LCD display puts in- formation within an easy glance. The high-performance heater/de- froster is standard with optional air conditioning for comfort in any season. The cab is fully sealed and pressurized to keep out noise, dust and fumes and offers an optional radio. Providing the operator with a safe, comfortable cab allows them to confidently do their work and be productive longer. All models in the range are equipped with hydrostatic trans- missions. You just press the accelerator and go smoothly without fuss. The creep speed and the auto ride control are also useful functions to set the machine power and travel performances to your applications requirements. New Holland has been in business for more than 100 years. In 1999, the com- pany launched its construction equipment brand at CONEXPO-CON/AGG with 53 new machines for the North American market. Today, New Holland designs and manufactures construction equipment for North America and worldwide markets. In addition to compact wheel loaders, New Holland offers skid steers, compact track loaders, compact excavators, backhoes and more. 122 Compact Equipment JULY/AUGUST 2018 W H E E L L O A D E R S

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