Takeuchi's TL10 and TL12 compact track loaders feature Tier 4-Interim engines with an exclusive “Eco Mode” function designed to reduce fuel consumption during operation.
TL10 and TL12 compact track loaders feature Tier 4-Interim engines with an exclusive “Eco Mode” function designed to reduce fuel consumption during operation.
New selectable auxiliary work modes allow the operator to fine-tune the auxiliary hydraulic output to three specific attachment settings for reduced downtime on job sites, the company says. The new track loaders also feature enhanced controls, and a pressurized cab with improved HVAC performance.
The TL10 has an operating weight of 10,318 pounds, a tip load of 6,867 pounds (7,793 pounds with optional counterweight), and an improved rated operating capacity of 2,403 pounds (2,723 pounds with optional counterweight). The TL12 has an operating weight of 11,618 pounds, and a tip load of 8,102 pounds (9,315 pounds with optional counterweight).
The fully welded, purpose-built frame features integrated cross members and an industry-exclusive undercarriage that maintains steel-to-steel contact between the large, heavy-duty rollers and forged steel imbeds that are incorporated into the rubber track. As with previous Takeuchi track loaders, double-reduction planetary drives are positioned rearward to allow more contact points between the sprocket and track for traction forces and track durability.
The vertical-lift 272D2 skid steer, 297D2 multiterrain, and 299D2 compact track loaders (and the XHP versions) have been upgraded to include the Advanced Display as standard equipment and enhanced airflow debris control.
The radial-lift 239D and vertical-lift 249D compact track loaders have been upgraded with Caterpillar’s D Series features
Compact excavator models TB230 and TB240 have been added to the Takeuchi lineup.
Replacing the TB016, the TB216 features an updated modern profile that houses a Yanmar Tier 4-Final engine, producing 15 horsepower.