Industrial equipment supplier MultiOne SA is looking to impress agricultural stakeholders by showcasing and demonstrating its top of the line range of agricultural loaders and its agriculture-specific attachments at Nampo Harvest Day 2016.
The company notes that Nampo – one of the largest privately owned exhibitions in the world and one of the largest agricultural machinery and livestock exhibitions in the southern hemisphere – provides a unique opportunity for manufacturers and distributors of agricultural machinery, products and services to exhibit and demonstrate their range of products directly to South African farmers.
Moreover, the company believes that the interactive tractor and implement demonstrations are a unique feature of the show, which allows farmers to view demonstrations of an exhaustive range of machinery and implements, establish their performance and effectiveness and use this knowledge for product purchases in future.
In order to make full use of the direct access to its target market, MultiOne SA will be exhibiting the MultiOne 10.8 series and 9.5 series of agricultural loaders at Stand 150C. It will also be displaying the loaders’ various attachments, including silage forks, bale handlers, mulchers, trenchers, augers, backhoes, buckets, feeders, mowers, cultivators and forks.
The company states that the 9 Series range has no competition in the compact loader market. MultiOne believes that the 9 Series is more capable, stronger and larger than any of its competitors or rivals. These loaders have a higher lifting capacity and auxiliary oil flow to hydraulic attachments, as well as an improved ground speed of up to 30 km/h.
Pushing force has been improved by integration of back weights in the chassis and the addition of bigger wheel motors. The boom and the chassis have also been strengthened using some of the latest technology available from steel manufacturers.
MultiOne says the 9 Series is a cost effective option, with loaders perfectly suited for demanding jobs requiring greater lifting power and pushing force. The marginal increase in weight also contributes to great stability when making use of digging attachments. The 9 Series weighs just over 2 t, ensuring that it is still capable of being transported cost effectively from site to site using standard pick-ups. The compact loader is capable of lifting weights of up to 2 500 kg with back weights attached.
The oil flow rate of 95 ℓ/m is ideal for driving the hydraulic attachments for trenching, digging and excavation, cleaning and landscaping. The 9 Series is capable of driving mulchers and heavy-duty flail mowers with ease. The load capacity makes it ideal for rough terrain forklift applications.
On the other hand, the 10 Series range of mini loaders offers performance and capabilities far beyond anything currently available in the compact mini loader market. The 10 Series was built on the same architectural platform as the 9 Series, making use of the same quality component. It has cold-forged articulation joints, even bigger wheel motors and booms made from high-quality steel components. It offers everything the 9 Series does, only with additional options such as glass cabins, radios and air conditioning.
These loaders can travel at a top speed of 40 km/h. Back weights are integrated in the chassis in the same way as the loaders in the 9 Series.
MultiOne mini loaders are competitively priced, without sacrificing power and quality. It has similar applications as the 9 Series, and comes with similar attachments. The MultiOne 10 Series, like the 9 Series, also has an auxiliary oil flow rate to attachments of 95 ℓ/m, while the machine is capable of lifting weights of up to 2 700 kg with back weights attached.
These mini loaders weigh a mere 2 t. MultiOne says: “The 10 Series represents the ultimate performance package available in the compact loader market today, while remaining affordable and cost effective.”