Cat 924K, 930K, 938K small wheel loaders have Tier 4-Interim engines that save up to 30 percent on fuel that the H Series predecessors, Caterpillar says, and uses passive regeneration.
Cat 924K, 930K, 938K small wheel loaders have Tier 4-Interim engines that save up to 30 percent on fuel compared with the H Series predecessors, Caterpillar says, and uses passive regeneration. Patent-pending Optimized Z-bar linkage accepts pin-on tools, the Cat Fusion coupler or an ISO coupler. Step-less, four-range, hydrostatic drive system allows independent control of ground speed and engine speed. Creeper control improves low-speed operations, the company says, and operator-controlled rimpull-control system reduces wheel spin and tire wear. Dedicated load-sensing, variable-displacement pumps for attachment and steering systems reduce horsepower draw. An electronic snubbing feature at end stroke and kick out positions reduces operating stress, the company says.
Liebherr will be introducing its “XPower” large wheel loader line in the U.S. in 2016; rollout of the line, ranging from the L 550 to the L 586 (six models, 4.2- to 7.8-cubic-yard buckets), will be staggered.
Models 95Z7XT and 115Z7XT are “2-Pass” configurations of the company’s 95Z7 and 115Z7 wheel loaders.