In the development of all Avant machines the focus has been on excellent visibility. Whether the machine is equipped with a cab enclosure or safety ROPS, the operator has to see the whole machine; from front to back and both sides.
The cab enclosure, built to the front frame of the machine, has an very important role with visibility. It provides the best sight to the attachment and the work being performed. The most efficient work is achieved when the driver is sitting as near to the attachment as possible.
AVANT's eccentric telescopic boom is a third factor to visibility. The telescopic boom is offset from the center line of the machine and provides exceptional visibility in front of the operator in every position of the boom.
All AVANT Loaders have a rigid articulation joint. This is the single most important factor in helping to achieve excellent stability in all situations. In addition to the articulation joint, the center of gravity is as low as possible to increase the stability of the loader.
There is a ROPS-certified safety canopy and FOPS-certified safety roof standard on every 700 series loader.
The AVANT 700 series is equipped with a load sensor as standard equipment to provide an audible warning if the rear wheels are about to lift off the ground. This preemptive warning gives the operator more time to react in the event of the machine becoming unstable.