With its 74.3-gross horsepower direct injection, turbo-charged Kubota diesel engine, the SVL75 boasts a 2,814 kilogram bucket breakout force and a 2,213 kilogram lifting capacity. The rigid-mount undercarriage and vertical lift are designed for long reach and maximum lifting and dumping capabilities.
An hydraulic hitch is fitted as standard, which makes changing attachments easy, and can be done without the operator leaving their seat. An auxiliary hydraulic line supplying 71.2 litres per minute allows the SVL75 to run an array of attachments which are easily controlled by the joystick mounted thumb controller.
The SVL75's 'Engine Stall Guard' ensures that the engine will not stall even under the harshest of work conditions. The drive system features as standard a two-speed travel switch allowing the operator to shift between a low of 7.5 km/h and high of 11.5 km/h. The new loader also features Kubota's unique 'Vertical Lift Design' to deliver an exceptionally long reach of 1059 mm. In addition, the tip of the arm is shaped to allow lifting over 3 metres. The SVL75 also features as standard a self-levelling function to keep the bucket or forks in the horizontal position during lifting.
The pressurised, air-conditioned SVL75 cab features a roomy operator area with a high-back, fully adjustable suspension seat and ample leg room. A hand-and-foot throttle ensures exceptional convenience. A sliding front window, that can be opened regardless of the position of the front attachment, allows the operator to communicate and safely exit in an emergency.
Time-saving maintenance features on the SVL75 include a tilt-up cabin, easily accessible oil/fuel/water/coolant level, while greasing the machine is also easy with all grease fittings accessible from ground level. A slide-and-tilt radiator and oil cooler are simple to reach, requiring the removal of only four bolts to be tilted for easy cleaning.
Further details are available from selected Kubota Construction dealers Australia-wide, or go to www.kubota.com.au