Cat releases new loader tractor

March 30, 2016 -  By
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Cat 415F2 industrial loader tractor

The newest addition to the Cat lineup, the Cat 415F2 industrial loader tractor combines the basic design of the Cat 415F2 backhoe-loader—including most of the frame, engine, transmission and axles—with components designed for industrial-loader applications, such as new pilot controls, three-point hitch and an available box blade scraper developed for the skip-loader market.

The new model is available in canopy or cab configurations, standard five-function rear valve and three-function loader valve, dual location differential lock, low-effort pilot-type controls for the box blade scraper and sealed storage compartment.

An available security keypad disables the engine, transmission and hydraulic systems at machine start-up until a passcode is entered. Cab models feature an HVAC system with recirculation, wide-coverage pantograph wipers and wide opening windows for ventilation. This machine also features either the cellular- or satellite-based Product Link telematics system.

The standard three-function loader valve uses reliable mechanical controls, with single-lever control for models with a general-purpose bucket and two-lever control for models with a multi-purpose bucket.

The implement hydraulic system, load-sensing with a variable-displacement piston pump, produces a maximum flow of 35 gpm at a relief pressure of 3,336 psi. A dual-tilt cylinder kit for the rear is available for the loader.

The 415F2 Industrial Loader uses a Cat C3.4B engine, rated at 72 net peak hp, meeting U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final/EU Stage IV emissions standards with an under-hood diesel particulate filter and diesel oxidation catalyst. Diesel exhaust fluid is not required.

The new model is equipped with a standard-shift, four-speed transmission with a quick-reversing, power-shuttle feature.

Front counterweights are available in 255-, 530-, and 1,015-pound configurations, and an optional rear counterweight weighs 198 pounds.

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