The MHL350 F Series material handler has a 215-horsepower Tier 4-Final engine that uses SCR and a DPF that regenerates passively. It has two stick/boom configurations: standard 52.5-foot reach and optional 48.2-foot multipurpose stick with a second hydraulic cylinder.
An upgraded hydraulics system delivers quick response of attachment operation and fast work cycles, the company says.
A new upper carriage design better protects the hydraulic and fuel tanks, while larger vent openings in the metal cowling increase airflow to the engine area to keep the machine running cooler, the company says.
Operating in Eco Mode or Eco+ Mode limits engine horsepower to 90 percent and 80 percent, respectively, for fuel savings up to 36 percent, according to the company.
The hydraulically elevating cab is now joystick controlled and raises the operator’s maximum eye level to 18.4 feet. A new joystick design offers proportional control of grab rotation and open/close functions, places the most important machine functions at the operator’s fingertips, and leaves multiple space openings for customized options.