The new Prinoth Panther T7R is set to “redefine the standards” for tracked dumper productivity and cost effectiveness.
With design and engineering guided from the ground up by Prinoth customers, the company claims the new tracked dumper delivers both lower cost of ownership and the ability to get the job done.
With considerable manpower, effort, research and an eager ear to the needs of its customers, Prinoth set out to create the new benchmarks for crawler carrier productivity.
The Prinoth goal
Prinoth’s research and development gives the Panther T7R a payload capacity of 7,000 kg, on par with the industry, and an overall speed of 13 km per hour. The performance and industry-standard payload capacity translates into a 31 per cent boost in overall productivity.
The Prinoth Panther T7R is powered by a 201 hp, turbo diesel engine that meets Tier 4 Final emission standards.
Furthermore, the model’s fuel autonomy will easily allow contractors to work through a whole day, without needing to refuel.
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As well, the Prinoth vehicle is also less than 2.5 metres wide and 5.2 metres long, which complies with standard transportation regulations and thus saves companies money and makes transporting the vehicle from one site to another much easier.
The Panther T7R widens Prinoth’s margins of safety through the constant revaluation and evolution of its design and ergonomics. Its unrestricted cab views provide safety and security for operators and other workers on the jobsite.
Driver comfort and ease-of-control directly impact manoeuvrability and safety, so like the entire Prinoth model range, the T7R includes a combined pedal and steering wheel, thus adding a level of intuitive operation that adds security to everyone in, and out of the vehicle.
For maintenance, the Panther T7R includes maintenance-friendly, easy-access features such as human height filters and oil gauges — so operators spend less time getting ready for the job and more time getting the job done.