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Area of application

The Volvo BM 840 and 841 were 4-wheel drive all-round loaders in the 10-tonne class, built to handle a wide variety of tasks in varifying operating environments. The machines, which were fitted with hydraulic attachment brackets of the "Small Volvo BM type", offered access to a wide range of attachments via particularly rapid attachment changes. Excellent stability and off-road ability combined with generous range and lifting height are properties that were characteristic of these Volvo BM loaders.


History

The Volvo BM LM 840/841 are the largest machines of their generation with a rigid machine body with lineage from the BM-Volvo LM 218 and the pioneering H-10. The Volvo BM LM 840/841 was manufactured between 1966 and 1986 in a total of 6 365 units. The machine on display is a Volvo BM LM 841 with serial number 2218, and it was produced in 1974.

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Volvo BM LM 841

 

Introduced                                                   1966/1972

Engine                                                           Volvo D 50 B

Engine output                                              SAE 112 hp,  2 400 r/min

Gearbox                                                        Four forward, four reverse

Hydraulsystem, working pressure           Open system; 10,0 MPa (100 bar)

Tip load m. 1,4 m³ bucket                          4 300 kp

Lifting height                                                3 900 mm

Bucket capacity                                           1,3-4,0 m³

Weight                                                           9 600 kg