JCB TM180 and TM220

A package of upgrades ensures that
the JCB TM180 and TM220 compact telescopic wheeled loaders continue to
punch above their weight. The main change is the switch to the sophisticated
JCB Diesel by Kohler engine which provides more power and torque, as well
as lower running costs and cleaner emissions. This Stage IIIB/Tier 4 2.5-litre
engine meets the next stage of emissions regulations without the need for
a diesel particulate filter or external exhaust after treatment, in line
with the innovative JCB Ecomax engine, which is fitted into machines spanning
the 74hp to173 hp range.

Other changes include a re-designed
rear chassis that allows towing – up to 3.5 tonnes – for the first time,
and the introduction of a high-speed option for the TM180 that increases
top speed from 20kph to 35kph for quicker travel between sites. The TM220
already has a 40kph top speed option.

Off-road, the new option of a 100%
locking front differential on both machines adds to their traction potential.

Handling performance is already competitive
so remains unchanged. The TM180 lifts 1800kg to a full-height of 4.5m when
measured with pallet forks and it can handle more than a tonne with the
telescopic boom level and fully extended – useful real-world performance.

If more handling muscle is needed,
then the TM220 fits the bill with 2200kg maximum lift to about the same
height and 1250kg fully out-stretched to off-load a trailer of fertiliser
bags or place silage into a feeder.

However, boom end-damping, adaptive
load control to guard against forwards instability and a choice of three
quickhitches add to the comfort, safety and versatility of these machines.
Changes beneath the surface are highlighted by a new joystick control with
range-shift button and a more informative new instrument cluster in the
cab, as well as fresh styling for the counterweight and engine cover.

It is beneath the engine cover that
the biggest change is evident – a 2.5-litre direct injection JCB Diesel
by Kohler 2504 TCR engine now powers both machines, with Euro Stage 3B
/ US Tier 4 Interim emissions achieved without exhaust after-treatment.

The TM180 gains a useful 4.3% increase
in power to 48kW (65hp). Power output for the TM220 is unchanged at 56kW
(75hp) but the engine’s common rail fuel injection, four-valve cylinder
head and sophisticated exhaust gas recirculation combine to generate 20%
more torque: 300Nm at 1500rpm with almost 90% still available at just 1000rpm.

Low oil consumption and 500-750 hour
oil filter intervals (subject to operating conditions) will help keep running
costs of these versatile loaders in check.

JCB Farm Master 413S Agri

Increased engine and hydraulic power
for added performance, plus an all-new cabin that will make life more comfortable
for the operator, are key features of the new JCB Farm Master 413S Agri
wheeled loader.

Performance gets a shot in the arm
with a 12% increase in peak power and 3% gain in peak torque by upgrading
from the 4.4-litre JCB Dieselmax to the new 4.8-litre JCB Ecomax engine
with 108kW (145hp) and 550Nm torque.

In the hydraulics department, the
twin gear pump installation of the outgoing 412S model has been replaced
by a load-sensing variable output piston pump with 23% more output at 156-litres/min.
It also brings fuel-saving potential and less wear and tear by delivering
only as much oil as the machine needs.

Introducing electro-hydraulic proportional
control for the auxiliary valves means that the third and fourth spools
can be controlled at the same time, and the new constant flow options equips
the 413S to power attachments such as a sweeping brush and snow blower.

A high lift option giving 6% more
load-over height than standard will be welcomed by operators filling high-sided
trailers and bio-energy feedstock bunkers.

The most striking change, however,
is the new styling and cab, which bring practical improvements as well
as giving the machine a sleeker, more modern appearance that will appeal
to professional operators. The cab is significantly larger, quieter and
more comfortable, with a new instrument display set in front of the driver
providing more useful information. Optional climate control air conditioning
has been added to automatically maintain a comfortable temperature.

Visibility to the rear is better thanks
to the compact, sloping engine cover, and the glazing should stay cleaner
now that the chassis-mounted mudguards fully cover all tyre sizes. With
service items more accessible on the JCB Ecomax engine, looking after the
new JCB Farm Master 413S Agri will be an easier experience.



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