Zurich moves up to the Reform Muli T10 X

Published:  18 November, 2015

Zurich's grounds maintenance team has replaced its 13-year-old Reform Muli transporter with the latest T10 X Hybrid Shift model.

The T10 X features a Euro VI, 109hp engine, service-friendly tilting cab, portal axles which give 40cm ground clearance between the wheels and the precise, fully synchronised 32/8 speed change.

A key feature for the Zurich team is the forestry attachment. The robust wood logging tools and Kyburz dual drum winch, with each drum delivering 8 tonnes of pull force, make the Muli T10 X an agile logging vehicle with a light footprint.

Armour 5mm thick under the rear axle and around the diesel and Ad-Blue tank, reinforced wheel rims with solid valve protection and a rear window with 13mm thick armoured glass, provide a safe working environment for the operator.

And the Zurich vehicle is even more versatile with the HMF loading crane 270 K2, mounted at the rear console. It has a hydraulic range of 5.6m and the mechanical crane arm extension allows working in a radius of up to 6.9m.

Simon Richard, UK agent for Reform, said, ‘The Muli T10 X Hybrid Shift offers a multitude of functions for a variety of applications, including construction, municipal, urban and parks areas.

‘It is equally efficient when fully loaded or mowing at low speed, at low operating weight or cleaning roads or urban environments and when high payloads are required at low to medium speeds.'

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