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Based on customer feedback from the past years, Komatsu’s WA475-10 wheel loader now offers a new “tool linkage” boom. It was developed at the Komatsu site in Hanover, Germany, where this wheel loader is also manufactured. This development of this improvement was focused on the need of customers in industrial applications for high pull-back forces and sufficient installation space for large-volume buckets. Whether for log loading, moving wood chips or sawdust, the new specification is suitable for versatile use in their operation. If, in the past, it was tricky for you to unload logs from HGVs and work with large…>
Komatsu’s new PW98MR-11 tight-tail excavator bridges the gap between compact and construction-sized machines which means that it can work in a wide variety of construction, utility and landscaping applications with improved efficiency. It features lower fuel consumption, improved operator comfort and convenient and fast access to all service positions. No SCR or Adblue Required The PW98MR-11 meets EU Stage V emissions regulations, with no need for a complex SCR aftertreatment (No AdBlue refuelling). Komatsu claim the new PW-series excavator has first class operator comfort, smart safety initiatives, intuitive ergonomics, huge advances in performance and controllability, easy serviceability, all-new MR-11 cutting…>
Case has been manufacturing wheel loaders for a long time - since 1958, in fact. Case manufactures two ranges of wheel loader - a compact and full size version.
The current F-Series compact Case wheeled loaders range from 1.6 to 205 tonnes fork payload, whilst the heavier, current range G-Series loading shovel have tipping loads from 6340kg to a whopping 20,570kg.
Looking at the compact range, 1992 saw an expansion of the range with the 21B, 121B, 221B and 321B models. Tier 3 (EUIIIA) versions of the E-Series wheel loader hit the market in 2005 - the same time that the high speed...
Caterpillar make a wide range of wheel loaders for the UK market. They have proved highly popular over the years and the number of used CAT wheel loaders for sale at PlantPages usually outnumber all other manufacturers of loading shovels.
In terms of model popularity, it is the CAT 930M with an operating weight of 14,235 kgs and power of 125kW that usually is the most common here at PlantPages. Most of the CAT wheeled loaders on sale are from Caterpillar's 'small' range with one or two of the medium range (950 models and above) appearing from time to time.
Operators can distinguish the...
Koran manufacturer, Doosan, make a range of wheel loaders from 12-35 tonnes operating weight.
All models start with the letters 'DL' for Doosan Loader - the numbers represent the bucket capacity in cubic metres - the -5 or the -7 at the end indicates which generation of Doosan wheel loader the machine is.
Starting the range at a bucket size of 2 cubic metres in -7 version, the 12 tonne DL200 uses a Perkins 1204 stage V engine and has a tipping load of over 10 tonnes.
Although more famous for their excavator range, you should always find a number of Hitachi wheel loaders for sale at PlantPages UK.
Using the 'ZW' model range, the model numbering relates to the power output of the engine in BHP. This means that a ZW220 is a 220hp version of the Hitachi wheeled loader.
As a hugely popular machinery manufacturer on the UK, you would expect there to be a wide choice of JCB wheel loaders (wheeled loaders) for sale at PlantPages - and you'd be right.
JCB wheeled loaders are usually the most common brand of front end loader on the site. Launched back in 1969, JCB has had more than 50 years of experience of wheel loader manufacturing.
Popular with farmers and waste management companies alike - there is a special 'Wastemaster' version and an 'Agri Farm Master' version - JCB loading shovels, as they are also known, are identifiable by their '400' series...