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Efficient Material Transport for Every Area of Application

Wacker Neuson offers the right wheel loader for any type of application, from the emission-free electric wheel loader in the 2-metric ton class to the all-rounder WL34 and up to the 10-metric ton class.

Higher, faster, stronger. The wheel loader WL110 is ideally suited for heavy material handling. With the heavyweight by Wacker Neuson – with a tipping load of up to 7.7 metric tons and a bucket capacity of 1.8 cubic meters – companies are raising their productivity. For example, for material handling in building and civil engineering, municipalities, or gravel plants, where gravel breakers must be loaded with large amounts of heavy gravel, the operators benefit from the higher tractive forces and travel speeds of the machine, which the innovative transmission ecospeedPRO, a variable hydrostatic high-speed transmission, makes possible.

For an even safer and more efficient working principle in material transport, the large cabin of the WL110 ensures that: The operator always has the optimal view of the attachment and its surroundings, which for one makes working safer, and additionally results in time and cost savings. The digital 7” display gives him the most important information at a glance: Besides the standard displays, the active functions are also displayed in the cockpit, for example the electric functions that are switched on. The “Jog Dial” control element enables the operator to carry out sensitive work while saving resources.

With the new model of the time-tested and proven wheel loader WL34, Wacker Neuson offers an even more performance-efficient all-rounder suitable for a wide range of transport work. With the update of the machine, the wheel loader can be used even more productively: The increased tipping load of up to three metric tons makes the wheel loader particularly sturdy and the work thus even safer. Customers simultaneously benefit from the increased performance along with the usual compact dimensions.

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