The WA320-7 wheel loader replaces the WA320-6 and WA320PZ-6 with 10 percent greater lift force using Parallel Z-bar linkages.
The WA320-7 wheel loader replaces the WA320-6 and WA320PZ-6 with 10 percent greater lift force using Parallel Z-bar linkages. Operating weight is 33,731 pounds. Tier 4-Interim Komatsu SAA6D107E-2 engine delivers 165 horsepower and decreases overall fuel consumption by up to 10 percent. SmartLoader Logic automatically decreases engine torque when the loader is not working hard, decreasing fuel consumption. The electronically controlled hydrostatic drive train features the Komatsu Traction Control System (K-TCS) with three settings: MAX, AUTO and S-Mode.
Three wheel loaders are available through International Construction Products.
The F Series compact wheel loaders— 21F, 121F, 221F, and 321F—are completely redesigned.
Weighing in at 106,924 pounds in log-loader configuration, the Komatsu PC390LL-10 has a new Oregon OSHA ROPS/OPS/FOPS/TOPS/WBC certified forestry cab and features a swing system and undercarriage components from the next-size-larger Komatsu excavator.
Using a 65.5-horsepower Tier 4-Final engine, the Komatsu PC88-MR-10 hydraulic excavator is designed, says the company, to bridge the gap between compact and construction-size models.