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.
Twelve different tire configurations provide options to match ground conditions.
DX140W-5, DX190W-5 and DX210W-5 wheeled excavators (132, 168, and 186 horsepower, respectively) replace the company’s “dash-3” Tier 4-Interim models.
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.
Wacker has expanded its vibratory rammer line to include two models powered by a 4-cycle Honda engine.