Wacker Neuson brings three new articulated site dumpers to the U.S. market with material-moving capacities of 2,205 (model 1001), 6,614 (model 3001) and 13,227 pounds (model 6001). Their dump bodies swivel 180 degrees for dumping to either side of the machine.
Wacker Neuson brings three new site dumpers to the U.S. market, with material-moving capacities of 2,205 (model 1001), 6,614 (model 3001) and 13,227 pounds (model 6001). The small articulated trucks, popular in Europe, distinguish themselves from other job-site material handlers with their capacity, maneuverability, low-landscape impact and most notably, their dump bodys' ability to swivel 180 degrees for dumping to either side of the machines. The 1001 and 3001 are powered by Yanmar diesels, and the 6001 has an 82-horsepower Perkins diesel. Hydrostatic drive makes the units simple to operate.
Professional operators rate Wacker Neuson's 6001 site dumper.
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