With features such as the load sending hydraulic system for a simple and precise operation, the innovative kinematics for powerful excavation and a revised machine and cabin design for an ideal all-around visibility of the entire working area, Wacker Neuson will be setting standards for precise and efficient work. "The customer and his daily challenges are the focus of the design and development work at Wacker Neuson. This is clearly reflected in our new models of excavators. Technical innovations provide both a simple and intuitive operation of the machines as well as efficiency and profitability in application, especially in tight spaces," says Gert Reichetseder, managing director of Wacker Neuson Linz GmbH.
A good all-around visibility as well as a view of the tracks and attachment on both sides is indispensable for safe operation and quick working in the construction site sector. Due to the lateral offset of the boom as well as the valve hood strongly rounded to the front, the new excavators meet these requirements perfectly. A higher torque and the increase of the bucket's angle of rotation to 200 degrees make the new models the best in their class in terms of excavation performance. The result? More economical work. The innovative kinematics make it possible to insert the bucket even deeper vertically into the ground and gives it significantly more power when excavating.
Up to five auxiliary control circuits are available with the new models: the fast, continuous adjustment of the individual circuits takes place via a "jog dial," a system that is known from the automotive industry. Individual storage as well as settings of attachments can therefore be performed without any problems, even during operation.
Compact dimensions, wide reach
With the new 6-ton track excavator ET65, the operator can also work safely and accurately even in the tightest of spaces on the construction site, since the excavator is extremely compact and simultaneously maneuverable due to a low height of just 2.5 meters and a width of less than two meters.