At 74 horsepower, Bobcat says, its new T595 compact track loader can perform pushing and digging applications at a level operators would normally expect only from a bigger machine.
With a 2,200-pound rated operating capacity, the vertical-lift T595 is 68 inches wide with a standard construction/industrial bucket. Bobcat says its rubber tracks cause minimal ground disturbance, resulting in fewer repairs to established lawns when a project is complete.
The manufacturer is marketing the new CTL to the landscaping, construction, agriculture and utilities markets. More than 50 Bobcat attachments are approved for use with the T595. Non-hydraulic attachments can be changed from inside the cab with the “Power Bob-Tach” mounting system.
Bobcat T595 compact track loaders come with standard controls (hands and feet), while the manufacturer’s Advanced Control System and Selectable Joystick Controls are available as options.
A two-speed travel option will be available this summer, enabling operators to choose between low and high travel speeds depending on jobsite conditions and tasks. In the high range, Bobcat says, the T595 achieves a best-in-class travel speed of 10.4 miles per hour.
For more details and a complete look at the machine’s specifications, visit this page on Bobcat’s website.