Equipment

5600 & 5610 Toolcat Utility Work Machines

Bobcat

March 4, 2014 - Equipment

<p>Toolcat 5600 with auger. <em>Photo courtesy of Bobcat</em></p>

Bobcat’s Tier 4-compliant 5600 and 5610 Toolcat utility work machines incorporate a non-DPF (diesel particulate filter) engine solution. These machines also feature a traction control system designed to provide operators with better mobility when ground conditions are conducive to traction loss, or the machines’ wheels encounter obstructions, such as rocks or debris.

The 61-horsepower 5600 and 5610 Toolcat utility work machines are compatible with more than 40 approved front-mounted attachments for dozens of jobs, from snow removal to sweeping to installing fences. The 5610 allows operators to use front-mounted attachments, as well as PTO and rear remote hydraulics to power Category 1, 3-point hitch implements or attachments.

The 5600 can haul 2,000 lbs. of tools, materials, and supplies in the 17-cubic-foot cargo box. Towing capacity for both machines is 4,000 lbs., and travel speed can reach up to 17 mph.

With the press of a button, Toolcat utility work machine operators can switch into all-wheel steer mode. Four steerable axles deliver a tighter turning radius than for work in tight areas.

The Tier 4 Bobcat non-DPF solution was achieved by designing an ultra-low particulate combustion (ULPC) engine. The ULPC is accomplished through a specially designed engine combustion chamber that significantly reduces the amounts of particulate matter created during combustion. Therefore, Tier 4 emissions compliance can be achieved without using a DPF.

In addition to eliminating the need for a DPF, the new engines used in the 5600 and 5610 Toolcat utility work machines will have a 12% increase in torque. This increase in torque is produced over a wide range of engine rpm.

Additionally, the new Tier 4 Toolcat machines feature a machine protection system that monitors, manages, and shuts down the engine if needed. This system monitors engine coolant and oil temperatures and will manage engine systems to reduce the potential of these fluids reaching a point where the machine has to be shut down. This minimizes potential damage to the engine, stops unnecessary engine wear, and keeps operators working. 

Another new feature of the 5600 and 5610 utility work machines’ Tier 4 engines is cold weather protection. Anytime the engine temperature is at or below 14 degrees Fahrenheit, the loader will temporarily limit the maximum engine speed (rpm) to prevent premature component wear or failure. Engine idle speed is also raised slightly to help the engine reach its operating temperature faster. As soon as the engine warms up to a predetermined temperature, the protection mechanism will deactivate.

QuickLook: Toolcat 5600

Engine: 61 hp Tier 4 diesel (45,4 kW)

Operating weight: 5680 lb. (2578 kg)

Loader rated operating capacity: 1500 lb. (680 kg)

Auxiliary hydraulic flow: 18.9 gpm (71,5 L/min)

High-flow option: 27.9 gpm (105,6 L/min)

Maximum cargo box load: 2000 lb. (905 kg)

Machine rated capacity: 2200 lb. (996 kg)*

Total machine rated capacity: 4200 lb. (1901 kg)**

Towing capacity: 4000 lb. (1814 kg)

Travel speed (high): 17 mph (30 km/hr)


QuickLook: Toolcat 5610

Engine: 61 hp Tier 4 diesel (45,4 kW)

Operating weight: 5710 lb. (2646 kg)

Loader rated operating capacity (with 3-pt. hitch): 1500 lb. (680 kg)

Auxiliary hydraulic flow: 18.9 gpm (71,5 L/min)

High-flow option: 27.9 gpm (105,6 L/min)

3-pt. hitch capacity (24 in. behind lift points): 1775 lb. (805 kg)

Machine rated capacity: 2200 lb. (996 kg)*

Total machine rated capacity: 4200 lb. (1901 kg)**

Towing capacity: 4000 lb. (1814 kg)

Travel speed (high): 17 mph (30 km/hr)


* Machine rated capacity: combined weight of load on lift arm, cargo box load, operator and passenger.

** Total machine rated capacity: combined weight of load on lift arm, cargo box load, operator, passenger and tow weight if equipped with a hitch.


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