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The upgraded Komatsu PW148-11, PW158-11 and PW160-11 wheeled excavators now meet EU stage V emissions regulations, and deliver more power. Improvements have been made to operator comfort, with smart safety initiatives, improved ergonomics, advances in travel performance and controllability, plus easy servicing and high levels of standard specifications. “Every job has something special”, says Michael Wadsack, Product Manager at Komatsu Europe. “. And each one requires total commitment from our customers and their machine”. He adds: “That’s what we designed these new Komatsu wheeled excavators for: maximum performance and operator comfort combined with low operating costs and effort. Environment-friendly and…>
Case market the WX-Series of wheeled excavators ranging from the 99hp, 10 tonne WX95 to the 173hp 23,100kg WX240.
Wheeled excavators is a small category which means that there is never a great choice for any brand in the UK market. If you are looking for a used Case wheeled excavator and you find one for sale on these pages - go and buy it!
The Doosan wheel excavator range is also marketed under the same 'DX' naming as the tracked version, but check the model numbering carefully for the 'W' denoting the wheeled rubber duck version.
As you would expect, the wheeled range of excavators is far narrower that the more popular tracked equivalent with Doosan making models from 10,000kgs operating weight to a maximum of just under 22 tonnes.
The materials handling models can be distinguished by the WMH in the model name (Wheel Material Handler) which are available in 23,700 and 24,900 kgs versions.
As experts in excavator manufacturing, Hitachi make a full range, including wheeled excavators.
Although not as popular as the tracked versions, the wheeled versions can be distinguished by model numbers as they all have the 'W' after the operating weight in the model.
The ZX140W-3 has to be a wheeled version - typically used in on road or rail applications and in the waste industry.
If you work at JCB then you might call these a 'JCB Wheelie' but we prefer advertising JCB Wheel excavators for sale at Plant Pages. The range comes in two main model lines - the one we are all familiar with, the 'JS' range and the new Hydradig range which, JCB claim, is the first purpose designed wheel excavator, as opposed to a tracked version being modified. These modern looking machines could well be the future for the 'JCB Rubber Duck'. There are specialist material handler versions of the JCB wheel loaders - these have an 'MH' at the end of the model number, (unless it's a hydradig then...Read More Info & View JCB Wheeled Excavators for sale...>