The wheeled excavators on offer from Liebherr range from models with operating weights of around 11 tonnes up to units that tip the scales at 27 tonnes. And while there may be differences in size, power and reach, all of its machines are built with cutting edge hardware and a range of versatile applications in mind.
You can buy used Liebherr wheeled excavators to avoid the costs of a new procurement. So whether you need to clear rubble, dig earth, de-clutter ditches or grab heavy loads of any kind, these wheeled machines can help to achieve this without the noise and surface disruption associated with tracked excavators.
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Liebherr’s smallest wheeled excavator is the A910 Compact Litronic, with a 102hp engine and a backhoe bucket capacity of up to 0.48 cubic metres. Choosing this model is sensible if you want an unobtrusive tail swing, which enables it to operate quickly and effectively even if there is not much room for manoeuvring to occur.
Efficiency is another key benefit, since the diesel engine is modern and benefits from fuel-saving features, while still being robust and reliable to improve its long term prospects. The cab is bigger than any equivalent excavator of this weight category and has various comfort features that will prevent the operator from succumbing to the effects of fatigue. As with the other Liebherr wheeled excavators that are available, the arm can be endowed with various tool attachments where necessary, and if you are buying a second hand unit you may be able to procure some add-ons from the previous owner.
The A920 Litronic is Liebherr’s 19 tonne wheeled excavator, upping the engine output to 163hp and increasing the maximum bucket capacity to 1.2 cubic metres. These machines are also set up to handle a grapple attachment, with maximum capacity for this model sitting at 1.0 cubic metres. This means it can also play a part on a recycling or waste handling site where a grapple is an appropriate choice.
The latest generation of this model comes with an air cushioned seat for the operator to occupy, reducing the engine rumble and vibration generated by the terrain. The integrated touchscreen control panel ensures all the systems can be managed and monitored intuitively, while the joysticks are well positioned and very responsive, whatever the weight of the load on board.
Liebherr also builds wheeled excavators which can be adapted for use on rails, offering additional flexibility in terms of their deployment potential. The A924 Rail Litronic, which has an operating weight of just over 24 tonnes, is a good example of this range. And most importantly it is not solely designed for on-rail mounting, but can be removed and used on any other terrain when this is not required. The power to the twin tyres still provides the momentum for travel in either scenario and with a bucket capacity of almost a cubic metre it is just as capable as standard excavators. So when investing in a wheeled model from Liebherr, make sure to check its features thoroughly.
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