Case IH isn’t a brand usually associated with loaders, but its new Farmlift handler was on show for the first time at Lamma .
A sister-under-the-skin to the New Holland LM handler range, it includes six models. These range from the relatively small Farmlift 525, designed for use in low buildings and livestock housing, to the big Farmlift 935. All have CNH engines.
Power outputs range from 74hp for the Farmlift 525 up to 143hp for Farmlift 635 and 742 models, and max lift heights go from 5.7m to 9.6m.
The 632 and 935 models have a 4×3 powershift transmission, while the 635 and 742 are equipped with a 6×3 powershift with optional autoshift that gives 40kph speeds.
Hydraulic flow capacity ranges from 80 up to 120 litres/min, while the 635 and 742 get a 140 litres/min variable-displacement pump. All machines have three different steering modes. All machines are made in-house by CNH in Italy, while the 525 is produced by fellow Italian maker Dieci. Availability will be early next year but prices have yet to be set.