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Volvo L350H Wheel Loader

The L350H wheel loader has been redesigned and delivers up to 10 percent better fuel efficiency

March 14, 2017

The L350H wheel loader has been redesigned and delivers up to 10 percent better fuel efficiency than its L350F predecessor. It also has a next-generation powertrain hydraulics and new operator environment. The L350H uses a Tier 4-Final D16J engine, designed to deliver high torque at low engine speeds. The new loader also uses a larger bucket than the L350F, a 9.5-cubic-yard rock bucket. The new load-sensing hydraulic system, says Volvo, delivers improved response, resulting in up to 5-percent faster cycle times. The L350H’s fully automatic power-shift transmission allows the machine to work in an optimal gear range for greater efficiency in all operating conditions, says Volvo, and the machine’s Eco-Pedal has a push-back mechanism that engages if engine speed will exceed the most efficient range.

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