Wacker Neuson to launch new products at CONEXPO
New loaders, excavators, rammers, and compactors are among the products Wacker Neuson plans to unveil at upcoming international construction trade show, CONEXPO.
The 2014 CONEXPO is scheduled to take place at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas, USA from March 4 to 8.
Wacker Neuson says the highlight of its stand at the trade show will be its new line of skid steer and compact track loaders.
Altogether, four models – two wheeled skid steer models SW 24 and SW 28; and two compact track loaders ST 35 and ST 45 will be revealed to contractors for the first time at the show.
The line will include vertical and radial lift models.
The company adds its new loaders have been developed based on feedback and advice received from contractors who use the machines every day.
In addition to its loaders, Wacker Neuson will also be unveiling a series of new machinery to the North American market at CONEXPO such as the 803 dual power mini-excavator.
Wacker Neuson says the excavator can fit through standard interior doors and is now available with a dual power option, allowing the machine to be run on either diesel or electric power. This gives operators the ability to use the machine indoors, emission free if required. The 803 with hydraulic power unit (HPU) does not lose power when converted and is ideal for interior demolition applications.
Also to be launched at the 2014 CONEXPO is Wacker Neuson’s ET 20 tracked excavator which is the first of a new generation of compact track excavators. A redeveloped cab design provides the ultimate work station with plenty of legroom, well placed controls and great visibility of the job site. The ET 20 offers a diesel engine, innovative hydraulic system and optimised undercarriage offering maximum stability.
Other items Wacker Neuson is unveiling at the show include the newest generation of its signature vibratory rammers , a new compaction control system Compatec and new heating products for cold weather operations.
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