Mecalac introduce new range of compact loaders

Published 3/10, 2022 at 12:51

The new compact loader product line is aimed at strengthening Mecalac’s position in the loader market and accelerating the development of customer segments such as the agricultural, landscaping and rental sectors. The decision to take a place in this market is born from the growing demand for small multipurpose articulated loaders in these sectors.

The new Mecalac ‘MCL’ range includes six models from 1.74t to 2.85t with four models coming with a long boom (standard) to meet the needs of the agricultural segment.  The MCL2 has a small size and wheeled motor transmission to provide agility. The smallest machine in the MCL range, but with maximised performance, it has all the features of larger equipment. Its modern and ergonomic operator’s station is protected by a canopy and is also available in a cabbed version. Likewise, the MCL4 provides an excellent compromise between compactness and lifting performance. With its 18.4kW engine, it is also the ideal machine for rental fleets that require a durable and high performance machine. Its low transport weight also allows the machine to be transported on a road trailer.

The MCL6 comes with many of the best features of the MCL4 but with even more power. Its 36kW motor allows it to reach and maintain high speeds on the road. Its high hydraulic flow and its speed of execution allow it to considerably increase productivity on worksites. MCL8 has been designed to provide power, high dumping height and lifting capacity. It is also at ease in all circumstances whether it is for loading, handling or driving hydraulic attachments.

The two models with short boom to meet the needs of the construction segment are the MCL4+ /and MCL6+. Amongst the construction focused features, the short arm versions are designed to offer an increased tipping load.  All the machines will be available in three versions: canopy, canopy with foldable top or cab version, and all with a wide selection of attachments.

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