Wacker Neuson Skid Steers Reflect Ongoing Feedback From Contractors

Wacker Neuson’s new skid steers are the newest models to enter the market and were designed jobsite tough to meet the demands of contractors in the United States and Canada.

📅   Fri April 08, 2016 - National Edition


The SW24 radial lift skid steer loader delivers 2,350 lbs. of rated operating capacity at 50 percent of tip load and a lift height up to 10-ft. 5-in. (3.2 m). The SW28 is a vertical lift skid steer offering 2,800 lbs. of rated operating capacity at 50% of tip load and a lift height of 11-ft. 2-in. (3.4 m).
The SW24 radial lift skid steer loader delivers 2,350 lbs. of rated operating capacity at 50 percent of tip load and a lift height up to 10-ft. 5-in. (3.2 m). The SW28 is a vertical lift skid steer offering 2,800 lbs. of rated operating capacity at 50% of tip load and a lift height of 11-ft. 2-in. (3.4 m).

Wacker Neuson's new skid steers are the newest models to enter the market and were designed jobsite tough to meet the demands of contractors in the United States and Canada. Using on-going feedback and advice from contractors who use these machines every day to make a living, the Wacker Neuson models provide a new experience for new and seasoned professional contractors, according to the manufacturer.

The Wacker Neuson skid steer loaders deliver performance and durability to the job site. The company's initial offerings include the SW24 radial lift skid steer loader that delivers 2,350 lbs. of rated operating capacity at 50 percent of tip load and a lift height up to 10-ft. 5-in. (3.2 m). The SW28 is a vertical lift skid steer offering 2,800 lbs. of rated operating capacity at 50% of tip load and a lift height of 11-ft. 2-in. (3.4 m). Both machines are equipped with a 74.3-hp turbo charged Perkins Tier IV Final engine with maintenance free PMC (particulate matter catalyst) after treatments.

Both units are available with either H-pattern or ISO joystick hydraulic pilot controls. The ergonomically designed controls and pressurized cab delivers comfort and visibility, reducing operator fatigue and increasing safety. Because Wacker Neuson designed and controls the manufacturing of these new skid steer models, the company is able to incorporate the best components available to ensure performance and durability. Standard features include two speed transmission, adjustable suspension seat, back up alarm, rear and top window, auxiliary hydraulics with faster quick coupler pressure relief, 12 x 16.5 multi-terrain tires and mechanical coupler. A variety of packages are available to match features based on preference, jobsite conditions and price.

Wacker Neuson's new skid steers set a new standard for comfort and accessibility. Wide open entryways and flat floors allow for easier accessibility when getting in and out while providing ample leg and foot room. The cab is tightly sealed to keep out noise and dust creating a clean and comfortable operating environment. The expansive curved front glass, large top window and low side windows provide a panoramic view of the job site from the cab. This view also provides the operators a better vantage point to control the attachment and see their work.