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Wheel loader models new from Hyundai

By |  April 8, 2020
The HL930A XT model has an operating weight of 25,135 pounds and a standard bucket capacity of 2.5 yd cu. yd. Photo: Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas

The HL930A XT model has an operating weight of 25,135 pounds and a standard bucket capacity of 2.5 yd cu. yd. Photo: Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas introduced the HL930A and HL975CVT wheel loader models at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020, launching the first models in its new A series that features Cummins Performance series engines.

The new A series wheel loaders reflect the benefits of Hyundai’s collaboration with Cummins, the company says. They include engine-connected diagnostics that service technicians can use to remotely diagnose and report engine problems and help assure the proper approach to resolving the problems.

The Cummins Performance series engines integrate the newest aftertreatment system – the Single Module – with combustion and air-handling technology to be exhaust gas recirculation-free. These engines offer a simpler installation with lower installed costs, Hyundai says.

On the HL930A

The new Hyundai HL930A wheel loader is sized to meet the needs of utility and general construction contractors, the company adds.

The HL930A XT model has an operating weight of 25,135 pounds and a standard bucket capacity of 2.5 yd cu. yd. It achieves 130 net hp at 2,200 rpm through a Cummins B4.5 Performance diesel engine equipped with certified Stage 5 emissions control.

“The new HL930A model rounds out our wheel loader product line with a machine that will find a variety of applications in utility work and general construction,” says Stan Park, vice president of distribution and marketing at Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas.

On the HL975A CVT

The Hyundai HL975A CVT, meanwhile, is an updated A series version of the HL975 wheel loader with a continuously variable transmission from ZF.

The ZF cPower continuously-variable transmission delivers improved fuel consumption of up to 25 percent without any sacrifice in performance or power, Hyundai says.

The cPower is continuously variable over the complete drive range – both forward and reverse – and provides smooth, hydraulic starts through its continuously-variable power-split technology. And because there is no mechanical connection between engine and driveline, the transmission is resistant to wear from heavy loads.


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Kevin Yanik

About the Author:

Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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