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Kioti enters compact earthmoving space

Kioti has unveiled its latest innovations with the launch of the TL750 compact track loader and SL750 skid steer loader

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Kioti Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, has moved into the compact earthmoving space, unveiling a new compact track loader and skid steer loader for the US market.

Exploring new markets is essential to Kioti so it can meet customer demand, construction division product manager Justin Moe says.

“Kioti’s entrance to the compact market arrives at a pivotal time for both our company and the industry. Compact sales exploded over the last decade, with no signs of slowing down,” he says.

“Our customers are part of this demand, seeking compact equipment for everything from acreage management to worksite applications.

“With the TL750 (track loader) and SL750 (skid steer loader), we are meeting this demand, leveraging 35 years of experience and extensive customer feedback to deliver proven, durable machines that are built to power through tough jobs.” 

Comfort and experience

Both machines feature a wide cabin, available with the standard open station design or an optional enclosed cab with HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) for added comfort.

With enhanced comfort being a feature of these models, a high-back suspension seat and LCD digital display are included in both machines.

Both machines are equipped with a rear-view camera that is integrated into the LCD digital display, so the operator is offered an on-demand rear view when travelling in reverse or with the push of a button – enhancing job site awareness and safety.

Further enhancing visibility, both the track loader and skid steer loader feature LED lights on the front and back of the machine to make operation easier in low-light conditions.

The TL750 and the SL750 also provide a standard self-levelling feature that automatically keeps the bucket or attachment in a horizontal plane when lifting.

Activating this feature will reduce fatigue when handling materials because the operator no longer needs to worry about manually adjusting the machine, Kioti says.

The TL750 is Kioti’s first compact track loader. Image: Kioti Tractor

Power and performance

Utilising a 74hp (56kW) Kioti diesel engine, both models deliver consistent power and reliability, Kioti says.

Manoeuvrability is key in both loaders, offering hydraulic pilot joystick controls that make the machines feel like an extension of the operator – enabling precise work in tight spaces and complex tasks.

Designed to lift, push, and power through rigorous demands, the machines have up to a 10.8ft height (3.3m) to hinge pin and vertical lift path.

Dependability and maintenance

The solid-mounted undercarriage on the compact track loader keeps the machine on the ground, improving grading performance, while the track design reduces the chance of de-tracking.

Making maintenance easier, the swing-out rear radiator allows the operator to better reach common service items by removing two bolts.

Kioti says the easy-to-lift cab and quick access to fittings and valves further simplifies serviceability.

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