The Bobcat T650 is a compact track loader manufactured by Bobcat Company. Compact track loaders are versatile construction and landscaping machines that are designed to work in various terrains and conditions. Here are some key features and specifications of the Bobcat T650:
Engine: The T650 is equipped with a diesel engine that provides power to the machine. The specific engine model and specifications may vary depending on the year of manufacture and any updates made by the company.
Operating Capacity: The T650 has a rated operating capacity, which refers to the maximum weight that the loader can lift and carry safely. The operating capacity of the T650 varies depending on the specific attachments being used with the machine.
Lift Height: The lift height is the maximum height to which the loader arms can raise a load. The T650 has a lift height that enables it to reach high enough to load materials into trucks or elevated areas.
Tracks: As a compact track loader, the T650 utilizes tracks instead of wheels, providing superior traction and flotation in challenging terrains such as mud, snow, or uneven surfaces. The tracks also help to minimize damage to sensitive surfaces like lawns or pavements.
Attachments: The T650 is compatible with a wide range of attachments, allowing it to perform various tasks. Common attachments include buckets, forks, grapples, augers, trenchers, and more. The attachments can be easily interchanged to adapt to different job requirements.
Operator Comfort and Control: The T650 is designed to provide operator comfort and control during operation. It features a spacious cab with adjustable controls, ergonomic seating, and excellent visibility. The machine may also include advanced features such as joystick controls, air conditioning, and sound insulation for a better working environment.
Safety Features: Bobcat focuses on safety in its machines, and the T650 is equipped with safety features to protect the operator and those working nearby. These features can include ROPS (Roll-Over Protective Structure), FOPS (Falling Object Protective Structure), safety interlocks, and backup alarms.