The 1150 is a rigid-frame, four-wheel-steer loader with 9,127 pounds of tipping capacity at full turn and a 1.5 cubic yard standard bucket.
The 1150 is a rigid-frame, four-wheel-steer loader with 9,127 pounds of tipping capacity at full turn and a 1.5 cubic yard standard bucket. The Deutz-powered, 77.8-horsepower loader weighs 5.9 metric tons and is the largest of the Wacker Neuson wheel loaders. A single joystick controls all of the loader functions, and a hydraulic quick-hitch allows fast attachment changes without leaving the operator’s station.
Tier 4-Final John Deere PowerTech diesel engines provide 124 horsepower to the 444K wheel loader, 141 horsepower to the 524K, and 163 horsepower to the 544K.
Komatsu says its WA470-8 wheel loader uses up to 6 percent less fuel than the Dash 7 version.
Wacker Neuson’s new RD 27-100 and RD 27-120 double-drum ride-on rollers have respective operating weights of 5,470 and 5,950 pounds
The company has upgraded its 10-foot hydraulic ride-on trowel with a more powerful Tier 4-Final engine and a heavy-duty hydraulic cooling system.