Extend Vermeer compact articulated loader productivity with a telescopic boom

Vermeer compact articulated loaders offer great extendibility, and we’re not just talking about their diverse jobsite application use. We mean quite literally the extensive reach provided by their telescopic booms. A telescopic boom extends straight out from the boom attached to the machine’s chassis, enabling the operator to accomplish tasks quickly — tasks that would usually require much more maneuvering.

This compact articulated loader feature contributes to valuable maneuverability in a powerful, compact design, and enables access to areas that comparable machines can’t reach. Vermeer compact articulated loaders have booms that use the durable double-H design, and telescopic and self-levelling features, which contribute to the machines’ strength. The self-levelling feature keeps heavy loads level to the ground, preventing the operator from continuously correcting the position with the joystick.

Telescopic boom benefits

  • Boom extension for more reach
  • Horizontal reach if needed
  • Minimal tail swing for tight spaces
  • Accurate and precise positioning
ATX530 compact articulated loaderATX850 compact articulated loader
Telescopic boom reach9 ft (2.75 m)10 ft (2.98 m)
Speed5.8 mph (9.3 km/h)17.4 mph (28 km/h)
Power25 hp57 hp

Imagine all the applications…

  • Pick material using pallet forks from the opposite side of a trailer.
  • Dispose of jobsite debris quickly over the side of your tall dump truck or trailer — no need to drive around to the back.
  • Pick up dropped off landscaping material curbside.
  • Place mulch on the other side of bushes.
  • Put rock on the other side of a retaining wall.

Vermeer compact articulated loaders can be equipped with a variety of attachments to help accomplish many jobs. To learn more about Vermeer compact articulated loaders and approved attachments, contact your dealer by visiting vermeer.com.

MultiOne, SRL Corporation reserves the right to make changes in engineering, design and specifications; add improvements; or discontinue manufacturing at any time without notice or obligation. Equipment shown is for illustrative purposes only and may display optional accessories or components specific to their global region. Please contact your local Vermeer dealer for more information on machine specifications. Vermeer and the Vermeer logo are trademarks of Vermeer Manufacturing Company in the U.S. and/or other countries. © 2020 Vermeer Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

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