Four Single-Armed Models from the Famed Construction Brand
Volvo Construction Equipment offers a range of four models in its C-Series compact track loader product line — MCT85C, MCT110C, MCT125C and MCT135C (59.9 to 92 hp) with rated operating capacities from 1,900 to 3,000 lbs. Designed with a first-time owner, lifetime-warranty single loader arm, these compact track loaders deliver loading performance and durability, along with better visibility and ease of entry and exiting via the side entry. This eliminates the need for operators to climb over the bucket or attachment, preventing a possibility of slipping or tripping.
Dependable track performance provides increased stability on steep grades and rough ground. Tracks deliver higher traction and flotation, along with lower ground pressure for the ability to work in inclement conditions, improving year-round availability. Vertical lift makes the C-Series ideal for truck loading with more reach at full height as well as a wide range of material handling applications.
The single loader arm design effectively distributes the load over the single loader arm without affecting balance or stability. The cab also features a large top window for improved visibility during truck loading. Each model features sufficient tip height and reach, along with powerful lift capacity in all applications. The optional boom suspension system makes Volvo compact track loaders highly efficient in repeated load-and-carry operations. The Volvo cab is sealed and pressurized, keeping out dust and noise and keeping operator fatigue levels down. More importantly, in an emergency exit situation, these machines are much easier to get out of than traditional format compact track loaders, as exit is through the large front window rather than a small rear window.
Volvo C-Series compact track loaders offer improved service access through a forward-tilting cab and large rear compartment service door, and all service and maintenance points are accessible through simple, safe means. The side entry and exit of the cab makes it possible for the operator to engage the loader arm support without having to pass under a raised boom or needing to place the safety boom support.
Advice to Buyers
“When looking at purchasing a compact track loader, it’s important to select the right compact track loader for the terrain and consider height and weight requirements. If the machine is going to be working off-road, doing mostly dirt work or landscaping on sensitive turf, a compact track loader may be a better choice due to the footprint,” says Kevin Scotese, product manager at Volvo Construction Equipment. “If the jobs a contractor works on are primarily hard surfaces, such as rock or asphalt, they will want a wheeled machine since tracks tend to wear out more quickly and are more expensive to replace.”
Volvo Construction Equipment
312 Volvo Way, Shippensburg, PA 17257
717-532-9181 | volvoce.com/na