Details that make an impression.
A wheel loader from weycor convinces with many features: the latest kinematics, a hydraulic quick-change mechanism, negative brake, comfortable cabin or a powerful drive – to name but a few. In addition, weycor is the only manufacturer with a separate inching pedal.
The latest kinematics
Tried and tested weycor kinematics with high breakout forces and an excellent lifting height.
Optional hydraulic quick-change mechanism according to ISO 23727
Makes it possible to change the attachment in seconds and turns the wheel loader into a real all-rounder.
Fast, easy maintenance and upkeep as a result of centrally arranged, easily-accessible service points.
Articulated joint & floating axle
For outstanding off-road capability and manoeuvrability. Unique stability because of the low centre of gravity, even off-road.
Only manufacturer with a separate inching pedal & the drive pedal function
Precise distribution of shearing and lifting forces, along with reduced wear and fuel consumption. Unlike a combined braking / inching pedal, the separate inching pedal eliminates the risk of inadvertently activating the main brake. The use of the accelerator as the drive pedal is just as practical. When using the hand throttle, the engine speed is kept constant, however the angle in the drive pump is variable. Here, again, the thrust force is finely regulated.
Safe, fatigue-free working with excellent all-round visibility, clearly arranged instruments and ergonomic design. Readied additional mounting points for optional accessories.
Optional traction via 100 % electrically-operated differential lock in front and rear axles.
Unique engine mount
Independent suspension of the engine decoupled from the axle to avoid vibration and noise emission.
Wear-free negative brake
Holds the wheel loader securely in position on a slope when the brake or inching function is activated. All four wheels are automatically locked, even when the engine is stopped. The multiple-disc brake runs in an oil bath and is particularly low-maintenance and low-wearing as a result.
State of the art kinematics
weycor Z-kinematics is characterised by high frictional forces and excellent lifting heights. The very good parallel guide provides the optimal prerequisites for using pallet forks. When the hoist is lowered with the shovel, the shovel returns automatically to the digging position. The boom that is tapered towards the top provides the best possible view of the attachment and working area at all times, even under difficult operating conditions.
Hydraulic quick-change attachment
By allowing you to change the wheel loader’s attachments in a few seconds, it turns the vehicle into an all-rounder.
Low-maintenance and quick, easy servicing is achieved by central, consolidated, easy-to-reach service points.
Articulated pendulum joint
In weycor wheel loaders, we use robust, low-maintenance articulated-swivel joints almost exclusively in conjunction with rigid axes. With an oscillation of ±12° in the rear carriage and an articulation angle of 40°, these provide outstanding cross-country mobility, protect the ground and offer extreme manoeuvrability. With their low centre of gravity, weycor wheel loaders have a high tilt stability even under extreme conditions.
As the only manufacturer, our wheel loaders have a separate inching pedal as standard. This prevents the possibility of moving against the operating brake, in contrast to the combination of a brake/inch pedal. A generously proportioned inching range facilitates precise distribution of shearing and lifting forces. The result: less wear and lower fuel consumption.
In addition to the excellent circumferential visibility in the wheel loader, its clearly arranged controls and its ergonomic design. Cab with tilit function.
Powerful drive unit
weycor wheel loaders are equipped with state-of-the-art engines which combine high power reserves for challenging operations with up-to-date low emission values.
The spring-loaded or negative brake in weycor wheel loaders is a closed brake system (oil bath multipledisc brake) which holds the wheel loader securely in position on a slope when the brake or inch function is activated and automatically locks all four wheels when the engine is at a standstill. The multiple-disc brake runs in the oil bath and is particularly low-maintenance and low-wearing as a result.