Mecalac adds three new swing loaders to its line-up
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Mecalac adds three new swing loaders to its line-up

Mecalac has added three new models to its line-up of swing loaders: the AS750, AS850 and AS1000. The models join the AS600, AS900TELE, AS1600 and AS210, which debuted at Conexpo-Con/Agg 2020.

Because of the 180-degree swivel arm and four-wheel steering, Mecalac’s swing loaders have a tighter turning radius than standard articulated loaders and can perform a complete rotation on a 20% smaller footprint than a conventional loader, the company says. Two other steering modes are also available: two-wheel and four-wheel crab.

The swing loaders are equipped with an integrated counterbalance and an automatic rear axle locking system, enabling the machine to maintain its maximum tipping load at full swing and turn without any loss of steadiness. The pivoting boom makes it possible to position the machine once to complete a loading task, therefore reducing the footprint and saving time.

“Mecalac’s swing loaders offer new capabilities to the North American market,” said Peter Bigwood, general manager of Mecalac North America. “Mecalac has designed a product that addresses the shortcomings of traditional loaders and provides a tool that can operate in a confined space, is economical in its movements, improving productivity, and is completely stable in all positions. The new models offer all these advantages in the 11,000- to 15,000-pound range.”

See also:
Komatsu launches swing machine for timber processing
Ausa debuts reversible site dumpers with full seat rotation


Mecalac has added three new models to its line-up of swing loaders: the AS750, AS850 and AS1000. The models join the AS600, AS900TELE, AS1600 and AS210, which debuted at Conexpo-Con/Agg 2020. Because of the 180-degree swivel arm and four-wheel steering, Mecalac’s swing loaders have a tighter turning radius than standard articulated loaders and can perform a complete rotation on a 20% smaller footprint than a conventional loader, the company says. Two other steering modes are also available: two-wheel and four-wheel crab. The swing loaders are equipped with an integrated counterbalance and an automatic rear axle locking system, enabling the machine to maintain its maximum tipping load at full swing and turn without any loss of steadiness. The pivoting boom makes it possible to position the machine once to complete a loading task, therefore reducing the footprint and saving time. “Mecalac’s swing loaders offer new capabilities to the North American market,” said Peter Bigwood, general manager of Mecalac North America. “Mecalac has designed a product that addresses the shortcomings of traditional loaders and provides a tool that can operate in a confined space, is economical in its movements, improving productivity, and is completely stable in all positions. The new models offer all these advantages in the 11,000- to 15,000-pound range.” See also: Komatsu launches swing machine for timber processingAusa debuts reversible site dumpers with full seat rotation

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