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As a result of the interest in the prototype at the construction industry triennial in Munich, Bobcat has decided to offer four of its current productivity and high-flow telescopic loaders -- the TL35.70, TL34.65HF, TL38.70HF and TL43.80HF -- as new 'Waste Expert' machines, all powered by Bobcat Stage IV 100 or 130hp engines.
[USPRwire, Fri Jul 26 2019] Automotive telescopic mirrors have underwent a drastic technological change and have incorporated a lot of new technological features.
[ClickPress, Fri Jul 26 2019] Automotive telescopic mirrors have underwent a drastic technological change and have incorporated a lot of new technological features.
The main shaft is constructed using rustproof fibreglass and the aluminium telescopic pole is exceptionally strong and durable, yet light enough for use at its longest extension of 245cm.
Using the telescope type and telescopic glasses through which patients could see the best, distant BCVA values of both the eyes were determined with the help of the ETDRS scale and recorded.
The new launch is part of a range of six telescopic loader models from Bobcat covering maximum lifting capacities between 2.6 and 3.8 tonne with lifting heights from 6 to 7 m.
Like all Bobcat telescopic loaders, the TL30.70 has a heavy-duty hydrostatic transmission that delivers smooth power quickly and when it is needed, said the company in its statement.
Tyne Gangway and Osbit Power joined forces to design and manufacture the MaXccess P35 telescopic gangway system for offshore services contractor, Subsea 7.
Its super-strong but lightweight fibreglass telescopic shaft extends and locks from an already impressive 1.85m (6ft 11/2") to an incredible 2.8m (9ft 21/4") maximum, in many of cases allowing for trimming without having to use a step ladder.
Its super–strong but lightweight fibreglass telescopic shaft extends and locks from an already impressive 1.85m (6ft 11/2") to an incredible 2.8m (9ft 21/4") maximum, in many of cases allowing for trimming without having to use a step ladder.