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Caterpillar H-Series Small Wheel Loaders

January 16th, 2008

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Three Caterpillar H-Series small wheel loaders –┬áthe 924H, 928Hz and 930H –feature the Cat C6.6 engine with ACERT Technology for responsive power and low emissions. The 924H and 930H also feature VersaLink loader linkage, which combines Integrated Toolcarrier versatility and parallel lift with superior speed and force. For expanded versatility, the two loaders now have standard third function hydraulics for operating hydromechanical tools. The 928Hz retains the traditional Z-Bar linkage for excellent bucket loading. Compared to the previous model, it has 4 percent more engine power for high productivity in demanding tasks. All three loaders also feature the H-Series cab and operator station, designed for easy access and egress and for efficient operation throughout an entire shift. The H-Series loaders also have new heavy-duty hydraulic coolers and brushless alternators for enhanced reliability and extended durability.

 

 

 

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