The KC250H-4 has been described by the company as a “truly versatile machine”, with the trilateral loading vessel holding the ability to unload on three sides.
Kubota said the model retains the same maximum load capacity as the original one and the three-way tip is possible due to “two non-interchangable pins, resulting in the same quality of tip discharge on the left, right and rear of the machine”.
The new model has a 55° tilting angle, with attack angles of 27° and 57° (61° for the three way dump) and a ground clearance of 334mm.
Neil Winfield, Kubota UK’s construction business development manager said, “At Kubota we are constantly looking to push the envelope in machine innovation, delivering new functionality that enables improved job-time productivity, whilst not compromising on the product reliability the brand is known for. The new Kubota KC250H-4 delivers on all these fronts, with the three-way tip giving end-users unrivalled flexibility that will significantly reduce job-time.
“We also place highly the value of operator comfort, and the KC250H-4’s operating station offers best-in-class ergonomics, with a deluxe reversible seat that allows the operator to turn 180° and face the opposite direction. The travel leavers are attached to the seat, which means operation is seamless, creating safer, more efficient and productive work station.
“These operational machine features are underpinned by the Kubota’s powerful and EU stage IIIA approved efficient engine, which as a package gives the best possible return on investment for the owner or contractor.”