Wacker Neuson adds two compact wheeled excavators, the 6.5-metric ton model 6503 and the 9.5-metric ton model 9503.
Wacker Neuson adds two compact wheeled excavators, the 6.5-metric ton model 6503 and the 9.5-metric ton model 9503. Marketed toward urban users, the machines can move within a 25-mile radius instead of being trailered, the company says. The 6503 can travel at speeds up to 19 mph, the 9503 up to 25 mph. The 6503 is powered by a 58.7-horsepower Yanmar and has a maximum digging depth of 12 feet 7 inches. The 9503 has a 101.8-horsepower Deutz and digs to 13 feet. Both have tiltable cabs for serviceability.
Models R140W and R210W wheeled excavators have been upgraded to 9A Series with Cummins QSB6.7 engines that are certified for Tier 4-Interim.
Hyundai R180W-9A wheeled excavator has been upgraded with a Tier 4-Interim engine, a 155-horsepower Cummins QSB6.7.
The Wacker Neuson EZ 17 compact hydraulic excavator, the smallest zero-tail-swing model in the company's range, features a compact footprint, expandable undercarriage, and two-speed drive.
Wacker Neuson’s new two-cycle, oil-injected BS-2i rammer features a new oil tank that increases the amount of run time up to 100 hours per tank of oil.