The proven 5035 model now has an 18.5kW Yanmar engine, a bucket tipping load of 1.14tonnes and an operating weight of 1.92tonnes. Meanwhile, the new 5040 model is an all-wheel-steer loader equipped with a 28.5kW Yanmar engine. The machine has an operating weight of 2.07tonnes, in addition to a bucket tipping load of 1.4tonnes. Both models have a new cab design, as well as low clearance heights and compact dimensions for use in narrow working areas.
The machines are built on a new framework that is said to combine manoeuvrability with stability. The three types of steering also provide a plus in terms of flexibility. All-wheel-steering, front wheel steering and crab steering options can be selected for the first time for this class size.
Working features include a Power Mode, an Eco Mode and a Low-Speed Control option. The firm’s quick coupler system is offered and helps when changing attachments. High lift and tearout forces are claimed, in addition to precise parallel guidance due to Z-kinematics. The 5040 wheeled loader has optional powerflow auxiliary hydraulics.