Bobcat Launches New TL30.70 telehandler

The TL30.70 has a maximum reach of 4m with a load of more than 1t.
Image credit: Bobcat

Bobcat’s newly launched compact TL30.70 telehandler provides a cost-effective alternative to larger 7m models, especially in tight working spaces where increased manoeuvrability is required.

With a maximum lift capacity of 3t and a maximum lift height of nearly 7m, Bobcat’s new TL30.70 compact telehandler is one of a range of 12 models with maximum lifting capacities between 2.6t and 4.1t and with lifting heights from 6m to 18m, designed for a wide range of construction and rental applications. All 12 models are covered by a 3-year/3 000-hour warranty as standard.

The TL30.70 has a maximum reach of 4m with a load of more than 1t, and its compactness and stability make it the perfect tool for easy pick-and-go.

The TL30.70’s heavy-duty hydrostatic transmission allows smooth, precise low-speed travel, while the auto-shift transmission automatically adapts torque and speed to the desired level for the job. The transmission is also equipped with an inching function that allows for increased operator precision in low-speed applications without having to use the brakes, reducing fatigue and increasing safety.

The telehandler comes with a choice of two engines: the 55kW Stage IIIB D34 engine, which offers up to 15% reduction in fuel consumption, or the 75kW Stage IV D34 engine for heavier operations.


Bobcat’s new TL30.70 compact telehandler is one of a range of 12 models, all covered by a 3-year/3 000-hour warranty as standard. Image credit: Bobcat

20 Nov 2017


By Robyn Grimsley
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