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Komatsu WA 1200-6 Wheel Loader

For use in mining applications, Komatsu’s WA 1200-6 wheel loader delivers 1,765 net horsepower at 1,800 rpm, an increase of 132 horsepower from its predecessor.

October 28, 2010

For use in mining applications, Komatsu’s WA 1200-6 wheel loader delivers 1,765 net horsepower at 1,800 rpm, an increase of 132 horsepower from its predecessor. The loader weighs 477,100 pounds and is said to offer more fuel efficiency while meeting EPA Tier 2 emissions standards. It also features an engine rpm control system with auto deceleration. A dual-mode hydraulic system allows the operator to choose between normal or powerful loading.

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