Turboloader is the Gianni Ferrari multi-purpose series with a tool carrier boom and articulated chassis. FUNCTIONAL AND VERSATILE for the most varied professional applications.
Wheel loader, telescopic handler or skid steer loader? Turboloader has it all!
• Turboloader has the manoeuvrability of a wheel loader
• Turboloader offers the benefits of a telescopic handler
• Turboloader has the compact dimensions of a skid steer loader … and it’s even more versatile!
This is no compromise, it’s a winning combination of great features!
M Range - H Range
The M range of Turboloader is fitted with 3-cylinder 22 - 28 hp engines and, with an operating weight of 1,4
to 2 metric tons, it can handle loads of up to 1.100 kg. H range models have an operating weight from 1,9 to 2,3 metric tons and can handle loads of up to 1.400 kg.
A 4-cylinder 36 hp engine equips the H360 model. The long wheelbase of the H range gives the machine exceptional stability and driving comfort.
This exclusive configuration increases lifting capacity by over 25% compared to the M range, while maintaining the same very compact dimensions and the same manoeuvrability. The optimum weight distribution provides better pushing force delivery and therefore improved bucketing.
The articulated chassis gives a very tight turning radius, reducing the room needed for manoeuvring and enabling Turboloader to move with confidence even in cramped spaces.
Unlike a traditional articulated loader, Turboloader’s operator position is located on the machine’s front half-frame. Even when steering the machine, the operator always has a perfect view of the way ahead, the implement and the task being performed.
Turboloader’s telescopic arm (not available on the MS 220) provides impressive horizontal and vertical reach. The standard hydraulic parallel linkage makes materials handling faster, easier and safer.
Replacing the attachments is very quick and only takes a few seconds due to the quick connect system. The implements are easily fitted and released from the operators seat by using an electronic joystick control that activates a pair of hydraulic latches