Kawasaki’s 95ZV-2 Offers Operators a ’MODM Operandi’

Tue September 16, 2008 - National Edition
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Kawasaki’s 95ZV-2 boasts a high breakout force. The new Tier III engine boosts both power and torque, yet is fuel-efficient. The 95ZV-2 also has a machine operations diagnostic module (MODM) that provides essential operational and diagnostic machine information and offers a new efficient loading system (ELS) that increases rimpull power while demanding less fuel.

The unit uses a heavy box frame design for additional strength, has a large center pin and has a tight turning radius.

It also features limited slip differentials, adjustable declutch, dual boom kickout control, idle management system, dual mode engine switch and efficient loading system (ELS).

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.

For more information, call 770/499-7000 or visit www.Kawasakiloaders.com.