Compact yet highly constructive
Kramer Allrad 650 wheel-loader is the firm's compact yet 'big' construction machine
It might be compact, but the recently launched Kramer Allrad 650 wheel-loader does not shirk from weighty construction matters.
One of two Kramer machines for the 0.6m³ class, the 650 has an all-wheel steering mechanism which reduces materials handling time. The 650’s non-articulated chassis is said by Kramer to ensure high stability due to the constant centre of gravity. It also has traction drive.
Like its smaller brother the 550, the 650 has a parallel telescopic arm for maximum reach, enabling loads such as pallets to be moved in and out from the second row. An optional stabiliser also increases safety and comfort, while simultaneously protecting the machine.
Karl Friedrich Hauri, chief executive of Kramer Allrad based in Pfullendorf, Germany, said the initial response from customers to the 550 and 650 wheel-loaders has been very good.
“We are really proud of our development department and the new Kramer 550 and 650 which meet the exact requirements of so many users and allows them to buy into the Kramer system for the first time.”