Prentice/Epsilon self-loaders offer choice of configurations

|  November 23, 2012 |

Choose from two configurations with the Prentice/Epsilon line of self-loaders, available in an L-boom standard configuration or a Z-boom that allows the operator to fold and stow the loader during transport without the need to disconnect the attachment.

A range of boom lengths and capacities are available for each type. The H-frame self-loaders provide a smooth range of motion at a consistent speed, eliminating the need to drag the load.

An EPSCOPE extension system has a 34-foot reach and high speed chain drive. For protection, components and hoses are mounted internally, and the EPSLINK link-rotator combination has a strong four-eye link for improved performance.

The self-loader also features a one-piece solid cast support column, as well as a double rack slewing system to control rotation instead of a turntable motor.

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