The Bobcat S160 and S150 Skid Steer Loaders are compact loader models produced by Bobcat, renowned for their versatility and performance in various applications.
Operating Capacity: The operating capacity of a skid steer loader represents the maximum weight it can safely lift and carry. The exact operating capacity varies depending on the model and configuration. Bobcat skid steer loaders typically offer a range of operating capacities to accommodate different job requirements.
Engine Power: Skid steer loaders are typically equipped with diesel engines. The horsepower and engine specifications may differ based on the specific model and year of manufacture. The S160 and S150 may have their own specific engine power ratings.
Lift Height: Skid steer loaders are equipped with a lifting mechanism that enables them to raise their arms and attachments to a certain height. The lift height determines how high the machine can reach to dump or load materials into trucks or containers.
Auxiliary Hydraulics: Bobcat skid steer loaders come with auxiliary hydraulic systems that supply power to operate various attachments. These attachments can include buckets, forks, sweepers, augers, and more. The hydraulic flow rate and pressure may vary based on the model.
Control Options: Bobcat provides different control options to suit operator preferences and skill levels. These options may include hand and foot controls, as well as advanced control systems like Selectable Joystick Controls (SJC) or Advanced Control Systems (ACS). Advanced control systems enhance precision and ease of use.
Attachments: Bobcat skid steer loaders are designed to be compatible with a wide range of attachments, allowing for versatility and productivity. Common attachments include buckets, grapples, brush cutters, snow blowers, and many others. The specific attachments compatible with the S160 and S150 models may vary.
Please note that the specifications and features can vary between different models and years of manufacture.