According to Bobcat, a minimal 0.8
in. of tail overhang allows the machine
to fit in tight operating areas, allowing
a more compact footprint than the
325 and 425 machines it replaces.
Applications include rental, utilities,
excavation and owner-operators.
The E26 excavator is manufactured
in the Czech Republic, with machines
expected to be available in August,
Also new from Bobcat is the V619
telescopic tool carrier (TTC), which
has a 6000 lb. lift capacity and a 19
ft. lift height. It is aimed at ag applications such as feeding and handling as
well as construction products including home building and snow removal.
The 13,470 lb. machine replaces
the 518 TTC and is powered by a
Tier 3 4. 4 L four-cylinder Perkins
engine rated 100 hp. The engine
is side mounted and coupled with
an engine basket cooling system,
replacing the vertical cooling package in its predecessor.
The hydrostatic transmission is
driven by a Sauer-Danfoss pump
through a Dana dropbox to Sauer-Danfoss two-speed motors, front and
rear. Flow is directed by a Walvoil
main valve with a separate Casappa
gear pump supplying the boom circuit
and an Eaton pump powering the
steering. A Poclain pump provides
flow for the brake valves.
New on the V619 TTC is a semiautomatic realignment system,
which allows the operator to select
between three steering modes —
two-wheel, four-wheel and crab
steer. Bobcat said two-wheel steering is an ideal option for traveling at
higher speeds, four-wheel steering
provides greater maneuverability
and crab steering can be used in confined areas when repositioning the
machine is required.
A boom suspension system has
been integrated to allow more comfort in uneven terrain and integrated
pressure-release quick couplers have
been mounted on the boom head to
make changing hydraulic attachments
faster and easier.
Other improvements to the V619
TTC include a redesigned asymmet-
ric operator cab with rounded rear
window for 360° visibility. A fully elec-
tronic dashboard displays machine
performance and an easy-to-read
display shows operating parameters
including engine hours, job hours,
vehicle and engine speed, boom
angle, speed management as well
as auxiliary hydraulics. A new single
joystick provides control of all the
Atlas Copco QAS 600 Generator. . .
• Largest model in the QAS range • Rated at 575 kVA at 60 Hz • Powered by a Volvo TAD 1641 GE diesel engine
• Operates at 77 dB(A) at 60 Hz – ideal for sensitive areas
• 239-gallon fuel tank with standard auxiliary fuel tank connections
• Isolated electrical system compartment for safe access
• Housed in galvaneel steel canopy with a powder coat finish
• Easy transport with trailer or forklift slots, plus integrated bumpers
• Ideal for rental, industrial, public utility, and construction applications
. . .safe, reliable, continuous power
for your onsite demands.
Atlas Copco Construction Equipment