Instilling a New-Age Dimension to Your Construction Push

Human beings have proven themselves to be good at a myriad of different things, but at the same time, they still cannot do anything better than pursuing growth on a continuous basis. This tendency to improve, no matter the situation, has empowered us to hit upon some huge milestones, with technology emerging as quite a major member of the stated group. The reason why we hold technology in such a high regard is, by and large, predicated upon its skill-set, which ushered us towards a reality that nobody could have ever imagined otherwise. Nevertheless, if look beyond the surface for a second, it should become clear how the whole runner was also very much inspired from the way we applied those skills across a real world environment. The latter component, in fact, did a lot to give the creation a spectrum-wide presence and start what was a full-blown tech revolution. Of course, this revolution then went on to scale up the human experience from all conceivable directions, even after achieving a feat so notable, technology will somehow keep on delivering the right goods. The same has turned more and more evident in recent times, and assuming a new construction-themed development pans out just like we envision, it will only put that trend on a higher pedestal moving forward.

Kubota, Tractor Corporation has officially expanded its CTL (compact truck loader) line-up with the all new SVL75-3. The CTL in focus here is powered by a 74.3 horsepower Kubota engine, which in turn, is complemented through a torque optimal enough to ensure efficient operation. Moving on, it features a rated operating capacity of 2,490 lbs. at 35 percent or 3,557 lbs. at 50 percent, marking an impressive total of 6,191 lbs. Apart from it, the CTL delivers at your disposal an Advanced Multifunction Valve (AMV) that realizes a smoother movement for all hydraulic functions when operated simultaneously. This means operators can run the auxiliary hydraulics, bucket and loader arm functions at the same time, while facing only a miniscule possibility of stalling. Another element worth a mention here is the Electronic Travel Torque Management System. By leveraging the stated system, SVL75-3 will monitor the load of the machine to optimally control hydraulic pump output according to the load, something that should hold immense value in helping operators maintain their speed and efficiency even when pitted against some outright challenging conditions.

“The new SVL75-3 really raises the bar for Kubota’s compact track loader line with the introduction of the first model in the -3 series,” said Jerry Corder, product manager of construction equipment at Kubota. “With a wide range of performance and functionality improvements over its predecessor, and standard technology features included in the cab, operators are going to work faster and more efficiently on the jobsite.”

Among other features in play, Kubota’s CTL puts forth faster two-speed travel and an Advanced Auto Downshift system to  conduct automatic downshifts from high to low gear while making turns, immediately providing the maximum amount of torque needed when exiting a turn.

As important as it might be, though, the SVL75-3 further makes a point to offer some notable design advancements. This covers a new one-piece sealed cab that helps prevent dirt, dust, rain and debris from entering the operator space. Bolstering the overall proposition is the 7-inch color LCD touch panel which is supposed to provide a lowdown on stuff like battery charge, hydraulic oil, coolant temperature, auxiliary mode, fuel level, while also informing you on where the standard rear-view camera is displayed. Now, if all those details are still not enough to seal the deal, Kubota’s CTL goes an extra yard and hands you the access to features like keyless engine start, ability to save up to 51 user passcodes, and a new integrated Bluetooth radio that provides seamless streaming and hands-free calling.

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