Picture of a wheel loader from the Blaney Motor Company

Blaney Motor Company launches wheel loader concept vehicles

Published:  26 May, 2016

The Blaney Motor Company has launch two new wheel loader concept vehicles at Balmoral Show.

The compact vehicles weigh less than 3.5 tonnes and are small enough to transport from site to site on a small trailer.

The TH1 15-48 is a compact telehandler with a lifting capacity of 1.5 tonnes and a reach of 4.8m. It is powered by a 50hp engine and uses a hydrostatic transmission with a four wheel drive lockable differential if required.

The L1 10-27 has a lifting capacity of one tonne and a reach of 2.7m. This time the engine is rated 40hp and the unit has a hydrostatic transmission with four wheel drive limited slip differential.

The team at Blaney Motor Company will now sit down to fine tune their creations in time for the product launch.

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