The exclusive Merlo Multifarmer Telehandler range is born out of an innovative concept. This is to combine the operating capabilities of a tractor along with the versatility of a telescopic handler. It is this combination that led to the creation of the first Multifarmer. As a result the success achieved here confirms the innovative vision which will characterise Merlo’s approach today.
The secret to the Multifarmers success is the ability to operate in two separate modes from the same machine. The two modes are easily distinguished by which of the two axles are locked into position. You always want to know that you are getting the best possible performance from your machine for the job in hand. For example, if you were in tractor mode, the rear axle would be locked in position allowing the front axle to swing freely.
The range caters to all your needs and comes with engine options of up to 156hp. In addition, with a lift capacity of 4 tonnes you can rest assured that they are going to be strong enough for any tasks in and around the farm today. There are also many other features available that makes this one of the finest agricultural tools on the market. One feature is the locked rear axle which can be hydraulically levelled. This can be a distinct advantage for when going up and down rows. Similarly, in telehandler mode the front axle can be locked for maximum stability. These are the reasons why the lift performance of the Merlo Multifarmer Telehandler is so much better than a conventional tractor and loader combination.
Merlo was launched in Italy in 1964. It was a family business that specialised in the manufacture of farm machinery for sale. Its first telehandler came out in 1981. This marked a major turning point in the company’s history. Today Merlo’s state-of-the-art agricultural machinery and construction machines are known across the world.
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