2 November 2015, 09:23
Wacker Neuson is expanding its offering with six telehandlers, which have stacking heights from seven to nine meters. Wacker Neuson now offers a total of nine finely tiered models. Regardless of whether the focus is on compact dimensions or superior power, Wacker Neuson has the right machine for any requirement profile. All telehandlers are characterized by sophisticated ergonomics and operator friendliness. The new models are designed for performance and harsh conditions and allow for fast material handling.
With a total of nine telehandlers, Wacker Neuson now has the right machine on offer for any customer requirement. The portfolio is expanding with six new models, therefore covering additional application areas — in particular, very challenging activities such as heavy earthwork. Thanks to the combination of powerful engines, relatively compact design and small turning radii, the 7-meter telehandlers are suitable for demanding work applications, even in confined spaces. The TH955 telehandler, the largest model from Wacker Neuson, shows its strengths in daily application: Tremendous lifting forces with up to nine meters of stacking height, a payload of up to 5.5 tons and powerful load-sensing work hydraulics make the telehandler into a versatile and powerful helper. Its performance pays off in fast material handling, for example in the recycling industry.
The TH735 to TH955 models have a reduced rpm as standard, which automatically reduces the engine speed as soon as the machine has reached the maximum travel speed. The operator thus saves up to 10 percent in fuel. The standard, completely variable drive system ensures for high thrusting forces and a comfortable working environment. More efficiency in application and comfort for the operator is achieved through the final position dampening in all cylinders, the material losses are minimized and the comfort level is increased for the operator. The automatic bucket return that is optionally available for all models allows for even faster work cycles. A panoramic cabin allows for the best-possible view of the attachment and provides for more safety on the construction site. The engine hood that opens wide makes daily maintenance easier and saves time in the sequence of operations.
For all telehandlers with a stacking height of 5 meters or more, the three types of steering front axle steering, all-wheel steering and crab steering are available for greater mobility. With the front axle steering, the telehandler can move safely in road traffic. The all-wheel steering makes an extremely small turning radius possible and the crab steering helps with the parallel shifting of the machine, for example in order to approach a wall.