Hyundai reveals its latest low emission wheeled loader
Hyundai's latest HL-740-9 low emission wheeled loader
Hyundai Construction Equipment is now introducing its new Tier 4 Interim wheeled loader, the HL740-9A model. This shares many features with other wheeled loaders in the 9A series from the firm, such as high power and productivity across a wide range of applications. This new machine features improvements such as better durability and operator comfort, as well as high performance. The machine is driven by a a fuel efficient, low noise
Cummins QSB6.7 diesel that delivers 116kW and meets Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB emissions requirements. The diesel has advanced electronic Controls and a self-diagnostic system, as well as a high pressure common rail system and advanced in-cylinder combustion technology. This offers increased power, improved transient response and reduced fuel consumption. The engine drives through a fully automatic transmission that the firm says is designed for maximum durability, minimum power loss, improved travel speed and low noise. It also has an improved clutch control and minimised shifting shock when operating. The HL740-9A model allows an operator to optimise power output, transmission, shift time and clutch cut-off activation to the job. Three engine power modes are available; power, standard and economy, as well as four transmission power shift modes; manual, light, normal and heavy.
Hyundai’s HL740-9A wheeled loader weighs in at 12.7tonnes, has a 2.35m3 bucket capacity as standard and is available in an extended reach (XTD) model, which tips the scales at 13tonnes. The loader is also available in a 13.3tonne tool carrier (TM) model with parallel lift.
Other improvements include better operator comfort and a larger, redesigned cab, as well as an LCD monitor that also operates as a rear-view backup camera for better safety onsite. As with all of Hyundai’s 9 series equipment, the HL740-9A features the Hi-mate Remote Management System, which allows operators and dealer service personnel to access service and diagnostic information remotely.