Wacker shows off new models at ConExpo

By Joe Malone09 March 2017

Wacker Neuson launched its ST31 and ST17 skid steer loaders at ConExpo

Wacker Neuson launched its ST31 and ST17 skid steer loaders at ConExpo

German manufacturer Wacker Neuson has launched a new line of medium frame skid steer and compact tracked loaders at ConExpo.

The line includes four skid steers and two compact tracked loaders, which the company said were built for performance, versatility and convenience. Wacker added that the vertical loaders included class-leading hinge pin height, providing maximum loading and unloading capabilities.

Wacker also launched a new telehandler at the show. The TH627 is the company’s second model to offer a ground-engaging telehandler that is a versatile three-in-one machine concept.

It features a load management system that maximises performance and minimises situations by automatically adjusting the position of the load.

The LTV series of lighting towers was also introduced at ConExpo by Wacker. They feature a compact-body design and vertical mast that allows for more units to be transported on a single trailer. In total, 18 units will fit on a 48ft flatbed truck.

The lights are designed for long-lasting usage and offer 750 hour service intervals.

Other products showcased by Wacker included battery rammers, rollers, soil compactors and wheeled loaders.

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