Smooth working on severe terrain

With 5000 operating hours completed, Zurich’s grounds maintenance team have replaced their 13 year old Reform Muli transporter with the company’s latest T10 X Hybrid Shift model. The team were impressed with the T10 X’s Euro 6, 109hp engine, service-friendly tilting cab, portal axles, which give 400 mm ground clearance between the wheels and the precise, fully synchronised 32/8 speed change.
The creep speed gearbox ensures smooth working on more severe terrain and to protect the vehicle and operator the Muli T10 X is also equipped with HCS independent suspension ensuring optimum operator comfort. A big plus for the Zurich team is the forestry attachment. The robust wood logging tools and Kyburz dual drum winch, with each drum delivering 8 tons of pull force, make the Muli an agile logging vehicle with a light footprint. 5mm armour under the rear axle and around the diesel/Ad-Blue tank, reinforced wheel rims with solid valve protection and a rear window with 13 mm thick armoured glass, make the Muli T10 X a safe working environment in any location.
Simon Richard, UK agent for Reform says, “the Muli T10 X Hybrid Shift offers a multitude of functions for a variety of applications, including construction, municipal, urban and parks areas. It is equally efficient when fully loaded or moving at low speed, at low operating weight or cleaning roads or urban environments and when high payloads are required at low to medium speeds.
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