Atlas Weyhausen introduces its biggest wheeled loader yet
The AR 105e super is 1tonne heavier than Atlas Weyhausen's existing AR 95 superAR 95 super
Atlas Weyhausen has unveiled its biggest and most powerful wheeled loader yet – the AR 105e – which boasts a service weight of 9,450kg and a standard bucket capacity between 1.6 and 1.8m³.
The AR 105e’s engine is a water-cooled Deutz Diesel motor TCD 4.1 with four in-line cylinders, an output of 105 kW@2,200rpm and a maximum torque of 550Nm. The motor is turbocharged, with charge cooling and external cooling of recycled exhaust gases.
The modular system of exhaust after-treatment meets the demands of EU stage IIIB and US EPA Tier 4 interim, employing a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel particle filter. During use, regeneration takes place by burning in the exhaust without interfering with the output. If active regeneration is required while the vehicle is standing still, this will be shown on the display and can only be activated by the driver.
Compared to Atlas Weyhausen’s existing biggest machine, the AR 95 Super, the AR 105e is 1tonne heavier and its wheel base is 150mm wider at 2,650mm. It has a new hydraulic steering valve with a flow separation, which is independent of load pressure.
The AR 105e has a new type of cabin, which will also appear on the new models AR 65e – AR 85e at the beginning of next year. All the control elements have been redesigned with the most important items integrated into a new multi-purpose armrest.