Kawasaki Introduces Waste & Recycling Wheel Loader Package
Better Roads Staff | October 1, 2008
Kawasaki has developed a Waste & Recycling Package for their wheel loader line specifically for the waste and recycling industry. We have worked closely with customers in this demanding application and developed options that make Kawasaki wheel loaders a very productive, safe, and economic machine to operate in this environment stated Gary Bell, Vice-President, General Manager.
The Waste & Recycling Package features the following:
Special Guarding Options
Cab Filtration Options
Automatic Reversible Cooling Fan
Wide Fin Radiator
Kawasaki wheel loaders are engineered with these innovative high-tech features that allow the operator to customize and adapt to their environment and application:
Limited Slip Differentials
Variable Boom Kickout
Idle Management System
Dual Mode Engine Switch
ELS (Efficient Loading System)
Power Mode Switch
The Cab has been designed to offer an efficient and comfortable work area which includes standard air conditioning, standard Air Ride Seat, optional Ride Control, single lever control, and the K-Lever (joystick) option.
Versatile, Reliable, Efficient
Features such as the outboard-mounted, sealed wet disc brakes are designed for long life and easy access and overhaul. Spin-on filters, grouped grease fittings, sealed universal joints, all provide easy field maintenance. The new MODM (Machine Operation Diagnostic Module) provides essential operational and diagnostic information in an easy-to-read LCD display. The optional K-LINK system allows location, system alarm sensors, and all major machine performance data to be electronically transmitted to cell phones, fax and e-mail for real-time equipment management.Kawasaki is the oldest ongoing manufacturer of rubber-tire, articulated, wheel loaders in the world, serving the North American market for over 45 years. For information on all of the Kawasaki wheel loader products, visit WWW.Kawasakiloaders.com or call 770-499-7000.
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