Compact Power introduces 700 Series compact utility loaders

  • 19-Jun-2008 08:51 EDT

Compact Power’s three new 700 Series compact utility loaders combine heavy lifting capacities and breakout forces with hydrostatic transmission and telescopic arm.

Com­pact Power Inc. unveiled its new 700 Series compact utility loaders—including the 726DT, 732DT, and 749DT models—during ConExpo 2008. Targeting the construction, landscaping, utility, and rental markets, the new series—part of the company’s Boxer line—features hydrostatic transmission, a telescopic arm, and low ground pressure.

Powered by a Daihatsu Diesel engine, the 726DT delivers 26 hp (19.4 kW), while Yanmar diesel engines power the 732 DT and 749 DT, delivering 32 hp (23.9 kW) and 49 hp (36.5 kW), respectively. All of the 700 Series models have hydrostatic transmissions, four-wheel drive, and frame articulation, providing added traction and high maneuverability in tight spaces. Low ground pressure allows the 700 Series models to maneuver over lawns and landscapes with minimal damage to the ground. User-friendly controls, an ergonomic suspension seat, and 360° visibility in the operator station help to enhance operator comfort.

Designed with a telescopic arm, the 726DT’s hinge pin can reach a height of 105 in (2667 mm), while the 732DT’s hinge pin reaches 117 in (2972 mm) and the 749DT’s reaches 146 in (3708 mm).

“The 700 Series loaders provide both the strength and versatility that the Boxer product line has become known for, and they also offer a unique telescopic boom feature,” said Karrie Crocker, Marketing Manager for Compact Power. “The addition of the articulating loader expands our product line and allows us to reach a wider range of markets.”

Versatility is built into the three new compact loaders, which are capable of accepting over 30 quick attachments including augers, hydraulic hammers, pallet forks, forklift attachment, trenchers, soil cultivators, brooms, levelers, stump grinders, grapple buckets, backhoe attachments, and cement mixers.

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