Both machines are powered by 6.7litre Cummins diesels rated at 168kW for the TC7A and 186kW for the TC11A and have hydrostatic drives, featuring proven hydraulic components from Rexroth. The firm says that the operators benefit from larger and more comfortable ROPS/FOPS cabs with better all round visibility than competing machines.
The machines are said to good offer good traction even in the worst conditions and can cope with 50% slopes. The suspension systems feature walking beams and six rollers, a configuration said to ensure a combination of high traction and smooth running. The smaller machine has a dump area of 3.5m3 while the larger unit has a dump area of 5.25m3. Fold down sides for the rear area also allow the machines to be used for carrying equipment for projects on remote sites. The machines can also be equipped with access equipment, loader cranes or compact concrete mixer units for example.