LAMMA 2009: Landquip Multidrive 6185

Making a debut at LAMMA was the Landquip Trailed InTrac range. The first trailed machine from the company to have a heavy-duty 13t rear steering axle, the InTrac is pitched at the higher acreage operator.

To meet the demand for larger and larger machines, Landquip now offer booms of up to 36m and tanks as big as 5000litres. There are plans for larger models in the pipeline.

To cope with the extra weight and maintain stability, the steering headstock has been replaced with a twin-ram axle, coupled with high speed 65kph rate S-cam brakes and hydraulic axle suspension.

Pumps are now larger, hydraulically driven and capable of dealing with 700l/min, while standard features include Tramezium self-levelling boom and hydraulic boom tilt.

Prices start from £47,000.