Taylor has been designing and manufacturing Container Handlers since 1966. We are currently manufacturing our 7th generation of innovative, industry leading container handling equipment. 50 years of loaded and empty container handling experience. We offer several applications and industry-specific modifications & attachments for the Stevedoring, Intermodal and Port operations industries.
Features include: Taylor Made Spreader, Wide stance drive axle, End User Diagnostics, Joystick Controls, Heavy Duty Lift Chains, Enclosed All-Steel Operator Cab, Super Heavy Duty Hydraulic and Engine Cooling System, Heaviest built steer axle in the industry and standard LED lights.
|Load Centre||1200 mm|
|Maximum Rated Output||298 kw|
|Number Cylinders / Discplacement||6 / 15 litre|
|Transmission||Automatic – 3 speed|
|Wheel Base||7315 mm (288 inches)|
ENGINE: Cummins QSX15-C400 Tierr III TPEM electronic turbo-charged, charged air after cooled (air to Air) diesel engine has 400 (298 kW) gross brake horsepower at 2100 rpm. The 4-cycle in-line 6-cylinder engine has 915 cu-in. (15 L) displacement.
(TICS) Taylor Integrated Control System: A sophisticated & end-user diagnostics system with 7in touch-screen display mounted into the instrument panel.
Transmission: The three-speed, fully reversing powershift transmission has declutch and electric shift control. The torque converter is engine-mounted. The transmission is remote-mounted and has a separate air-to-oil cooler. Constant-mesh gear sets are actuated by hydraulic clutch packs.
Drive Axle: The high-stability, wide-stance, planetary axle housing is bolted to the frame.
Steer Axle: Single cylinder design. Tapered wheel and kingpin bearings are fully sealed and never need adjusting.
Hydraulic System: The large capacity hydraulic tank has a spin-on tank breather, dual wire-mesh strainers, and a full-flow 10-micron return-line filter with a replaceable element in the tank. The filter condition indicator is mounted on the instrument panel. The tank refill capacity is 190 gallons (719 L). The gear-type pumps are converter driven. Control valves are separate, stacked, spool-type. The tilt-lock valve prevents mast drift and torsional stress. The self-aligning, bearing-mounted lift cylinders have chrome plated rods and self-adjusting packing. Control levers are conveniently located. Valves are controlled with hydraulic remotes.