The Bobcat T180 is designed for various applications in construction, landscaping, agriculture, and other industries where a compact and maneuverable loader is required. It features a tracked undercarriage, which provides improved traction and stability on rough or soft terrain compared to wheeled loaders.
Engine: The T180 is typically equipped with a diesel engine. The specific engine model and power output may vary, so it’s important to refer to the latest information from Bobcat for the most accurate details.
Operating Capacity: The operating capacity refers to the maximum weight the loader can lift. The T180’s operating capacity is typically around 1,800 pounds (816 kilograms). Again, this value can vary depending on the configuration and attachments.
Tipping Load: The tipping load is the maximum weight at which the loader’s center of gravity shifts, and the machine is in danger of tipping over. The tipping load for the T180 is typically around 3,600 pounds (1,633 kilograms).
Lift Height: The T180 has a maximum lift height, which indicates how high it can raise its arms when fully extended. The lift height can vary, but it is generally in the range of 9 to 10 feet (2.7 to 3 meters).
Attachments: Bobcat offers a wide range of attachments for the T180, allowing operators to perform various tasks. Common attachments include buckets, forks, grapples, augers, and more. These attachments can enhance the versatility and productivity of the machine.
Controls and Operator Comfort: The T180 typically features intuitive joystick controls for smooth operation. The cabin is designed to provide a comfortable working environment with good visibility, ergonomic seating, and climate control options.