New Holland B95B, B95BTC Feature Sloped, Flip-Up Hood

Wed April 23, 2008 - National Edition

New Holland’s B95B and B95BTC backhoe loaders feature a sloped, flip-up hood for easier engine access and increased visibility and a curved boom design for additional clearance when transporting. These features are shared with several other new additions to New Holland Construction’s backhoe loader line, including the B90B, B95BLR, B110B and B115B. The B95BTC and B95BLR are the tool carrier and long reach models, respectively.

“We trust that our dealers and customers will find these machines to be in keeping with the New Holland tradition of superior productivity, constant innovation and our commitment to deliver equipment built around the needs of our customers,” said Paul Wade, brand manager of New Holland Construction.

“The new features, combined with our powerful FPT engines, make these backhoe loaders the total package.”

The most noticeable new feature of the backhoe loader line is the curved boom, which provides lower transport height and increased breakout force. Continuing with New Holland’s tradition of narrow boom design, the new boom allows enhanced visibility of the bucket, the trench and near-by co-workers throughout its full operating range. The machine’s loader also offers increased breakout force. This, combined with the machine’s new backhoe features and increased horsepower, ensures maximum productivity, according to the manufacturer.

The flip-up hood is designed with ease-of-use in mind, allowing a wide opening angle and low-effort opening and closing for easy daily maintenance without having to lift the loader arm. Additionally, the exhaust and muffler system are designed to reduce exhaust vibrations and extend the life of the muffler.

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