Bobcat launches two self-levelling planer attachments for compact loaders
The PSL50 and PSL120 are suited to fibre optic projects and road maintenance, respectively.
Bobcat has introduced two new self-levelling planer attachment models, the PSL50 (50cm width) and PSL120 (120 m width), for use with Bobcat high flow compact loaders.
The PSL50 offers the same features as the existing PSL60 (60-cm model) with self-levelling, side-shift and tilting. The size of the PSL50 planer is particularly suited to the requirements of fibre optic projects. The PSL120 shares the same features as the existing PSL100 (100-cm model), with self-levelling, side-shift and tilting and is suited to road maintenance, where the increased width can provide 20% more productivity.
The PSL50 and PSL120 planers weigh 870 and 1145 kg and offer cutting depths with a standard drum of 17 and 13 cm and maximum cutting angles left and right of +/- 15° and +/- 8°, respectively.
The PSL50 is approved for use on Bobcat S530H, S550H, S570H, S590H, S630H, S650H, S770H and S850H skid-steer loaders; the T590H, T650H, T770H and T870H compact tracked loaders and the A770H all-wheel steer loader. The PSL120 planer can be used on the S630H, S650H, S770H and S850H skid-steer loaders; the T650H, T770H and T870H compact tracked loaders and the A770H all-wheel steer loader.
Both planers are compatible with the Bobcat water kit, which also comes in two new versions to match the PSL50 and PSL120, respectively.