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.
The DL220-5 wheel loader replaces the Dash 3 and has a 160-horsepower Doosan DL06 engine that complies with Tier 4 regulations.
The L45H and L50H wheel loaders have Tier 4-Final engines that the company says provide 15 percent better fuel efficiency than previous models.
Wacker Neuson’s newest all-wheel-steer (AWS) wheel loaders include the conventional-boom 8085 and the telescopic-boom 8085T.
The DW60 and DW90 feature articulated steering, hydrostatic four-wheel drive, and a 75-horsepower, Tier 4-Final Perkins engine.