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Hyundai Construction Equipment's HL760-9AWaste Handler Wheel Loader

Hyundai Construction Equipment's HL760-9AWaste Handler Wheel Loader

Hyundai Construction Equipment's new HL760-9A WH (Waste Handler) wheel loader is a rugged, high-performance model specifically designed for waste handling applications with a larger bucket than the standard model and guards on the cab window and rear service vent/door. This machine is ideal for landfills and recycling stations where moving, sorting and transporting waste efficiently is essential.

Equipped with a low emission, low noise, 222 hp (166 kW) Cummins Interim Tier 4/Stage IIIB, QSB6.7 engine, the HL760-9A WH provides optimum power while remaining fuel efficient. Operators can choose between three unique engine modes, Power, Standard and Economy, which enable the machine to switch between full power and reduced fuel consumption according to the user’s preference. In order to provide maximum flexibility, the HL760-9A WH’s fully automatic transmission features four step shift modes: manual, light, normal and heavy, making it well-suited for any type of working condition.

The loader has an operating weight of 40,450 lbs (18,350 kg), a 4.3 cubic yard (3.3 cubic meter) bucket capacity and a bucket breakout force of 35,780 lbs (16,230 kg).

Hyundai’s HL760-9A WH was built with operators in mind, featuring a larger, redesigned cab for additional comfort and usability. The HL760-9A WH has been enhanced with rounded front glass and larger door glass, giving users improved visibility from all angles. Other amenities include an increased cooling and heating capacity with fully automatic climate control, tilting and telescopic steering, an adjustable wrist wrest for reduced operating stress and an improved ladder with 20 degree incline and large, deep tread, aluminum cast steps making entering and exiting the cab safer and easier.

For a more enjoyable working environment, Hyundai’s HL760-9A WH features an advanced, multimedia functional, 5.7” touch screen LCD color monitor. The loader features an integrated load weighing system, viewable through the monitor, for improved work efficiency and a self-diagnostic, monitoring system with an active display of engine, hydraulic system, transmission and electrical component information. The LCD monitor is also functional as a rearview backup camera providing improved safety and convenience on any jobsite.

With a focus on improving durability, Hyundai has upgraded its HL760-9A WH model with a long-life cooling system and a relocated cooling fan and radiator, designed for additional durability and resistance to thermal shock, impulse and vibration. The HL760-9A WH is also equipped with a redesigned steering cylinder lug and bucket link, now made of cast steel, for additional strength and reliability.

On the HL760-9A WH loader, serviceability has remained a top priority. The new model features a tilting transmission making service hassle-free, while hydraulic oil coolers swing open for easy access and regular maintenance checks. This Hyundai loader also provides users with critical ground level access to common service points, filters and sight gauges as well as an extended life hydraulic filter and oil for reduced operating costs.

Like all of Hyundai’s 9 series equipment, the HL760-9A WH features the Hi-mate Remote Management System, which allows operators and dealer service personnel to access a machine’s vital service and diagnostic information from anywhere with internet access. Hi-mate users can remotely monitor daily reports outlining a machine’s location, working hours, fuel consumption and any periodical maintenance needed, drastically reducing downtime and saving the owner time and money. 

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6100 Atlantic Blvd.
Norcross, GA
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