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Mustang Offers Optional Pressurized Cab for Three MTL Track Loaders

Wed September 12, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Mustang Manufacturing Company has upgraded its air conditioning/heater system to create an optional pressurized cab for each of its three current compact track loader models – MTL16, MTL20 and MTL25.

Mustang track loader cabs equipped with this option now have pressurization similar to upscale agricultural tractor cabs, virtually eliminating entry of dust, dirt and debris. Noise also is kept at a minimum, making the environment even more conducive to productivity.

The Generation II air-conditioner/heater included in the cab option is comprised of updated interior ducting, featuring six new adjustable louvers allowing the operator to control the amount and direction of the air flow.

New dual, outside air intakes, working in conjunction with inside re-circulation filters, minimize the dust and dirt that can enter the cab, which keeps clean air flowing to the operator.

Maintenance of the filters is easy, as the operator monitors air filter cleanliness and cleans whenever required.

To maintain optimum visibility during cold weather, there’s a special defroster vent located near the front cab door. When re-circulation of air is needed, an inside cab air vent can be opened fully to allow in-cab air re-circulation for faster cab warming.

“Mustang is always searching for new ways to make operating our equipment more comfortable,” said Doug Snorek, Mustang marketing manager. “Track loader operators often find themselves in dusty and dirty work environments, so we gave the track loader cab top priority.”

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