With the introduction of the new S925TX mini skid steer, Vermeer has expanded its compact equipment lineup. The company says it is designed to provide impressive lifting performance and has the power to conquer the most demanding applications.

Featuring a tip capacity of 2,643 pounds, a rated operating capacity of 925 pounds and a maximum hinge pin height reach of 84.5 inches, Vermeer says that the radial lift path of the Vermeer S925TX makes easy work of lifting and dumping heavy loads.

With a dual auxiliary system, which Vermeer says allows the operator to switch between high flow for ground-engaging attachments and low flow for maximum control, the S925TX mini skid steer is also equipped with a universal mounting plate that fits a broad range of Vermeer-approved attachments.

“From landscaping and tree care to rental operations, contractors are discovering that Vermeer mini skid steers can increase their daily productivity,” said Jon Kuyers, senior global products manager at Vermeer. “With the S925TX model, we’ve designed a machine that can deliver a higher lifting performance than most other machines in the compact utility loader segment while still maintaining a compact size and impressive hydraulic attachment wielding performance.”

The S925TX mini skid steer is offered in three four-cylinder options, including a 24.8 hp Kubota V1505 diesel engine, a 40 hp Kubota WG1605 gas engine and the 35.1 hp Kubota V1505 diesel engine offered for only international markets.

Contractors can further customize their mini skid steer loader with either 7-inch wide tracks that produce 5 psi of ground pressure of 9-inch wide tracks with 4 psi of ground pressure for even better floatation.

With a travel speed of 4.1 mph, the S925TX mini skid steer, like other Vermeer mini skid steers, is built with a chariot-style platform. This, the company says, offers optimum operator comfort.

Vermeer adds that the pilot-operated ground drive helps the user maintain smooth control on the jobsite and when working in tight areas.

Backed by a three-year/3,000-hour extended limited warranty on the mainframe and loader arms, Vermeer says there is even more assurance and peace-of-mind when on the job.