Both wheel loaders WL60 and WL70 with bucket volumes of 1.0 and 1.1 cubic meters manage even difficult applications, thanks to their sturdy and powerful load arm design - with the highest lifting height in their class. Three new Perkins engines are now available to choose from for the wheel loaders: The 55 kW version corresponds to exhaust standard stage IIIB. The 75 and 90 kW versions correspond to the emission standard level IV. While the known DPF technology is used with the 55 kW versions, the exhaust after-treatment with a diesel oxidation catalytic converter (DOC) is realized with the two large engine versions in combination with an SCR catalytic converter (selective catalytic reduction). The urea solution, also called diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), is injected after the DOC, mixed with the exhaust fumes and reacts in the SCR catalytic converter. A current and extremely efficient engine technology is thus used.
The pollutant emissions could be reduced even further by the new engines. In this way, customers can also easily carry out their work in the urban sector. In addition, they benefit from an economical fuel consumption. In addition, the air duct in the engine compartment was revised: The air is now extracted in the rear, which is also supported by the new design of the engine cover. An air cleaner with an integrated cyclone separator protects the engine and reduces the need for service in that it cleans the intake air of coarse dirt particles already at an early stage. Both wheel loaders have a high level of stability thanks to the optimal weight distribution. An improved braking effect is achieved by the use of a braking system with disk brakes. This provides increased safety while operating the machine, which especially pays off in the urban sector.
Large choice of options
An extremely practical option is available with the 40 km/h version. This makes it possible to move the machine between two application sites quickly and also makes working with attachments and transporting material even more efficient. Thanks to the wide variety of hydraulic options, the two wheel loaders are real equipment carriers and can thus be used very economically.
In the design and development of the wheel loader, great value was placed on economic efficiency: high quality materials ensure a long service life. Economical fuel consumption reduces operating costs. A good maneuverability guarantees quick loading cycles. And an uncomplicated maintenance saves the contractor time and money thanks to the fold-down cabin – because the customers and their benefits are always the focus.