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Weidemann Launch New Models
April 17 2014 - Editorial by Peter Mc Mullan


Weidemann GMBH invited Weidemann Ireland dealers to their factory in Korbach, Germany and also to their Headquarters in Flechtdorf, Germany to showcase their new models which are due to be launched in Ireland in May at both the Balmoral Show, Maze, County Antrim from May 14-16 and at the FTMTA Grass & Muck event at Gurteen Agricultural College, Roscrea, County Tipperary on May 14 2014.

​ Representatives from Wilsons of Rathkenny, H Fulton Tractors, TH Troughton, Clarke Machinery, Byrne Machinery, Gordon Hegarty & Sons and Paudy Buckley & Company attended the two day training course from April 14-15 2014.

​ The main purpose of the visit was to explain the main advantages of the new models and in which business sectors they could be used in. Most people assume that Weidemann machines can only be used in the Agricultural sector, but that is not the case. In Germany and other European countries Weidemann machines are used in Recycling firms, Municipalities, Industrial firms, Facility Management services, Green Area Care services and many other areas. In fact recently in England, a fire service purchased Weidemann machines to help with fire prevention and also to help with loading and storage of their specialised equipment. Weidemann machines have also been used by the army and were used in Afghanistan – the reason Weidemann was chosen here is because of the robust technology, excellent flexibility, special configurations, optimal traction, large service intervals and well known components.

Christian Berling, Product Specialist overseen the two day training course and explained each of the new models in great detail – Below are some details of the New Models, many more details can be obtained by contacting us by email – sales@weidemannireland.com  

T4108

​One of the new models from the Telehandler range -
This machine has a lifting height of 4.10 metres and
can lift 0.8 tonne. It comes with a hydrostatic drive
and top speed is 20km/h. As with all Weidemann
Telehandlers it comes with Vertical Lift System (VLS)
which means that loads remain at a constant distance
from the machine when raising or lowering the boom.
This machine is 2.717 metres long (without
attachments), 1.413 metres wide and is only
1.9 metres high plus it has All-wheel steering making
it an excellent machine for working in small areas.

T5522

Another of the new models from the Telehandler range -
This machine has a lifting height of 5.50 metres and can
​lift 2.2 tonne. It also comes with a hydrostatic drive and
​top speed is 20km/h. As with all Weidemann Telehandlers
it comes with Vertical Lift System (VLS) which means
that loads remain at a constant distance from the machine when raising or lowering the boom. The T5522 also comes with All-wheel steering, crab steering and front drum steering making it very manoeuvrable in tight spaces. This machine is 3.747 metres long (without attachments), 1.808 metres wide and is only 1.95 metres high.

4080

The new 4080 model comes as either a Wheel loader or Tele-wheel loader option. These machines come standard with 102hp Perkins water cooled and intercooled 4 cylinder diesel engine. 
The 4080 wheel loader is 4.886 metres long (without attachments), 1.81 metres wide (on standard tyres) and is 2.679 metres high (on standard tyres). It has a lifting height of 3.671 metres.
The 4080 Tele-wheel loader is 5.2 metres long (without attachments), 1.827 metres wide (on standard tyres) and is 2.679 metres high (on standard tyres). It has a lifting height of 5.076 metres. 

5080

The new 5080 model also comes as either a Wheel loader or Tele-wheel loader option. These machines come with 117hp Perkins water cooled and intercooled 4 cylinder diesel engine. 
The 5080 wheel loader is 4.886 metres long (without attachments), 1.99 metres wide (on standard tyres) and is 2.694 metres high (on standard tyres). It has a lifting height of 3.686 metres.
The 5080 Tele-wheel loader is 5.2 metres long (without attachments), 1.99 metres wide (on standard tyres) and is 2.694 metres high (on standard tyres). It has a lifting height of 5.091 metres.

Other optional extras are available – please contact your local dealer for further details. 

​These machines will not be available before the launch date of May 14, but for more information or to arrange a demonstration in your local area please email sales@weidemannireland.com - Local dealer details are listed on this website. 


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Frank Guennemann, from Weidemann GMBH congratulating Laurence McMullan, from Wilsons of Rathkenny on helping Weidemann Ireland become the fastest growing market in 2013 as far as Weidemann machinery sales were concerned.

Weidemann Ireland

Going from Strength to Strength


It’s five years since a Weidemann Ireland Distributorship was opened at Rathkenny, near Ballymena, and today the business has grown rapidly and successfully to encompass the whole of the island of Ireland.


There are now seven strategically
located Weidemann dealers
covering all 32 counties – from
Antrim and Down to Cork
and Cavan, and from Carlow
and Tipperary to Kilkenny and
​Roscommon and beyond.
Indeed, Ireland was the fastest
growing market in 2013 as
far as Weidemann machinery
sales were concerned.

Weidemann Ireland Marketing
Manager is Peter McMullan
who is based at Rathkenny. He
comments: “Irish customers
for wheeled loaders want
high performance, reliability,
ease of operation and
toughness, which are all
highlights of the Weidemann
model series. The compact
construction, a wide range
of add-on tools and a flexible
choice of high-performance
engines also add value and
our customers recognise that
Weidemann loaders are now
the best on the market.

”As an internationally acclaimed
brand, Weidemann was the
​first to develop the “Hoftrac”,
recognising the growing need
of the agricultural sector to
replace exhausting manual
labour by easier machine work.
​The robust and very flexible
machine was designed to support
agriculturists with smaller
businesses during their many
​daily loading and transportation tasks.
A broad range of attachments for
different applications converted
the machine quickly to an allround
​solution used by a rising
​number of industry sectors.