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New Loaders Engineered Specifically for Market-Booming Compacts

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New Holland has introduced the perfect accessory to complete a broad range of farming tasks, from digging to hay handling, with the introduction of a new range of front-end loaders. The range has been specifically engineered to suit New Holland’s Boomer compact tractor models.

The APc loader range is designed to fit a wide range of TZD-A and TCD-A Boomer models. They are perfectly suited to a wide range of attachments and offer excellent visibility and a balance between strength and weight. They feature an extra-rigid ‘through the frame’ crossbar and deep profiled loader arms.

The range of compatible attachments includes standard and 4-in-1 buckets, a universal carriage, blade and bale handling attachments, giving operator’s every possible tool to complete specific tasks at hand.

The quick coupler with single lever operation makes changing attachments quick and easy for increased versatility. The "Cam Lock" pin design, locks loader arms in place and is simply and easily released without the use of any special tools allowing for quick removal of the loader.

There are three models in the APc series, ranging in lift height from 2 m to 2.7 m. All units include a 1.2m earthmoving bucket, hydraulic control valve with single lever remote joystick, quick detach from tractor and for attachments, mechanical self-leveling and bump guard.

New Holland Marketing Manager, Simon Vigour, said the tractor and loader combination exceeds the tough safety standards outlined in the latest Tractor and Machinery Association Code of Practice for Manufacture and Supply of Front End loaders. The Code of Practice details the guidelines machinery dealers must follow when quoting and setting up a loader package.

"Our Boomer range of compacts from 18 to 55 Hp are popular with rural lifestyle homeowners, hobby farmers, golf courses, landscapers and contractors, so we wanted to develop a range of loaders that provided owners with the ideal tool to suit any task.

"It was also important that we were able to deliver a tractor loader package that not only offered extensive performance advantages over other combinations, but a package with safety considerations built-in, right from the start."

Simon explained, "Units that are accurately ballasted and stable mean that when a load is lifted, there is still at least 50 per cent of the tractors’ weight on the rear wheels, allowing operators to maintain full control. The use of level lift loaders on these models eliminate roll back, preventing serious injury."

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