Mobility and versatility for wheeled excavator

Hyundai says that its new wheeled excavator offers high mobility combined with versatility, allowing it to handle a wide range of duties. The compact radius HW150A CR is now available, following the launch of the larger HW170A CR, the HW150A CR.
Maintenance / November 28, 2022
The new Hyundai wheeled excavator can carry out a wide array of duties
The new Hyundai wheeled excavator can carry out a wide array of duties

The HW150A CR uses the same Stage V-compliant, 129kW Cummins B4.5 diesel engine as the HW140A, HW160A and the HW170A CR and requires no EGR. The engine drives a Bosch Rexoth load sensing hydraulic system and a fully hydrostatic, four-wheel drive powertrain. The load sensing system allows load independent flow control, which makes it easier for the operator to work boom, dipper arm, bucket and slew function simultaneously. Weight ranges from 16.9-17.2tonnes depending on specifications and equipment.

The HW150A CR features an automatic digging brake that locks the front axle oscillation and the service brake, allowing the operator to start work as soon as the machine stops travelling.

Customers can specify the lower chassis layout of the machine to suit operational requirements. The lower attachments, including dozer blade and front and rear outriggers, are interchangeable.

The HW150A CR has a revised front attachment design, with the dipper arm hydraulic cylinder reversed to provide increased protection of the ram. The machine can be delivered with a choice of monoboom or two-piece design, to suit the customer.

All A-Series excavators benefit from the latest Hyundai cab design, with improved steps for easy access. Despite its compact radius dimensions, the engine cover size has been reduced, to improve visibility to the rear.

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