Manufacturer recently introduced its largest articulated wheel loader, the WL95, and has additional models planned for later this year. The machine’s variable hydrostatic transmission provides traction and high travel speeds (12.4 mph). With a standard 2-yd. bucket and straight bucket tipping load up to 14,394 lbs., the WL95 is capable of quick material movement. Its compact design enables a tight turning radius and generous steering angle, while the articulated joint and a pendulum axle at the rear ensures optimum maneuverability and traction. A return-to-dig function, ride control and reversing fan as standard ensure optimum productivity.
Operators can work all day in the large WL95 cab with ample legroom, a comfortable seat and clear view of attachments. The console features a multi-functional joystick and a jog dial for easy adjustment of the hydraulic flow rate to the attachment. The fully glazed cab provides excellent visibility and air conditioning offers a comfortable, fatigue free work environment. A 7-in. color display keeps the operator informed of all the machine’s functions. The WL95 runs on a 136-hp Deutz 3.61 engine with a DOC and SCR aftertreatment system. Daily and regular service access to hydraulic and electrical components is made easy with a wide opening engine hood and removable fenders.
On deck for 2020 rollout are the WL95 T, a telescoping model with 17-ft. 10-in. reach, and the WL110 articulated wheel loader, with 2.4-yd. bucket and 156-hp Deutz engine. — Wacker Neuson Corp., Menomonee Falls, Wis., www.wackerneuson.com