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New Scorpion telescopic handler range makes LAMMA debut

January 31, 2018 by  
Filed under Machinery

Visitors to LAMMA were able to see the latest introductions and developments from Claas – including the new Scorpion telescopic handler range and the recently launched Torion wheel loader.

Introduced at last autumn’s Agritechnica in Germany, the latest Scorpion range offers greater handling performance, increased lifting capacity and new advanced driver-assistance systems, improved driver comfort and efficiency, along with improved safety and reliability.

New features include dynamic power engine management, a smart loading driver-assistance system for fine control of working hydraulics and overload protection, a fully automatic parking brake, controlled crab steering as a fourth steering option and an all-new cab configuration.

The new Scorpion range comprises seven models with lift heights from 6.13m to 9.75m and load capacities from 3.5 t up to 5.6m. As before, all models are powered by Tier 4 compliant Deutz engines, which retains the well proven airflow system enhanced by dynamic cooking.

Transmission

Drive is through either a Varipower or Varipower Plus transmission, which now incorporates an electronic parking brake and enhanced smart roading system which automatically adjusts the engine speed when accelerating and once the maximum speed is achieved.

The cab has also been redesigned, and offers 360° visibility thanks to the new, lower mounted boom. The instrument cluster has been bundled together in a 3.5” screen, so the operator can see the machine’s status at a glance, including speed, steering type and hydraulic oil level.

In addition to the standard front steering, all-wheel steering and crab-steering mode, the new Scorpion models come with an additional fourth manual crab-steering mode. This allows control of the front axle when compacting the edges of clamps or moving along the walls of buildings.

Also at LAMMA was the new Claas  Torion – the company’s first wheel loader designed for agricultural use. The Torion range covers a total of seven models in three different category sizes, which have been designed and built in cooperation with Leibherr.

Hydrostatic drive

The smallest Torion 639 and 535 models are powered by 68hp and 63hp Yanmar engines. Drive is through a two-range infinitely variable hydrostatic drive. The tipping load (articulated) of both models are 3.85t and 3.45t, and clearance height is less than 2.5m.

The mid-range Torion 1511, 1410 and 1177 models are powered by DPS engines developing up to 167 hp and have demand-driven dynamic engine cooling. All have a three-range hydrostatic Varipower transmission.

The engine is positioned low and well towards the rear, so acts as a counterweight and means that high tipping loads of 7.75 to 9.75 t are possible. All models feature smart loading, including a programmable bucket return function and defined lifting and lowering limits.

The largest Torion 1914 and 1812 models have Liebherr engines with dynamic cooling that develop 228hp and 195hp with tipping loads of 11.1t and 12.4t respectively. The infinitely adjustable, power-split transmission combines hydrostatic and mechanical drive for maximum effciency.

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