Kubota introduces line of attachments for its new SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader

By Jenny LescohierJuly 21, 2021

The SCL1000 and its five attachments are now available through authorized Kubota dealers

Kubota has launched a new line of attachments for its SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader which was introduced at CONEXPO-CON/AGG last year.

The SCL1000 is now available through authorized Kubota dealers. It features wide tracks, a narrow body and a rated operating capacity (ROC) of 1,000 lbs. With the new attachment package, contractors will be able to add compact buckets, trenchers, pallet forks, a compact mount for breakers and a skid auger or power rake for maximum utility.

“Kubota has an unwavering commitment to the compact construction market,” said Tim Boulds, Kubota construction equipment product operations manager when the loader was unveiled in March of 2020. “While we took our time to engineer our inaugural product in this segment, the SCL1000 truly is a testament to that commitment, specifically filling the requests from contractors in the marketplace. We’re excited that Kubota can now compete in this segment with the SCL1000.”

The SCL1000 is powered by a 24.8-horsepower turbocharged Kubota diesel engine with quiet operation, high altitude performance and no diesel particulate filter requirement. A hydraulic pump directly connected to the engine reduces maintenance. The loader arms reach a hinge pin height of 84.7 inches and reach 25.9 inches at a 45-degree dump angle. The SCL1000 has a best-in-class travel speed of 5.1 mph, the company said.

Kubota now offers five new attachments for the SCL1000, including:

Compact Buckets — Six compact buckets are available, including both standard and high capacity options. Standard-capacity buckets include the CL136L, CL142L, CL236L and the CL242L, which are either standard 36-inch or 42-inch bucket options and available with bare edge, bolt-on edge or bolt-on teeth. High-capacity buckets include the CL148H and CL248H, both of which offer 48-inch bucket options with bare edge, bolt-on edge or bolt-on teeth.

Compact Pallet Forks — The CPF12 pallet fork comes in 36-inch and 42-inch fork length options and helps contractors and material handlers in a variety of industries efficiently move loads from trailers, flatbeds, or racking systems. The pallet fork boasts a 1,200-lb capacity, Category II hitch and spill guard. The CPF12 has an adjustable fork width with spring-loaded toggle to lock in place.

Compact Power Rake — A new compact power rake, the CSR10 is also available for the SCL1000 with a 48-inch working width and heavy-duty Category II hitch for both landscape and construction applications. With its center pivot, it allows narrow width access. Side plates can be added to angle the CSR10, and the power rake features tubeless tires with sealant and easy, adjustable hydraulic angling.

Compact Trencher — The CTR compact trencher is available in three sizes with 30-inch, 36-inch and 48-inch trenching depths, and ranges in chain widths from 4 to 10 inches. Chain styles are designed for efficient digging of trenches and ideal for irrigation and utility contractors.

Compact Skid Auger — The CSA10 compact skid auger has a pendulum mount and features a reversible gearbox with a 2-inch hex output shaft to attach to a variety of augers. It’s designed to be a durable tool for digging holes for footings, fences, signs or trees.

Compact Mount for Breakers — The compact mount is performance-matched for the BR360 and BR460 breakers for optimum efficiency. This unit is meant for demolition of concrete and rock, and as a rental tool where optimum power is required.

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