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Improved bucket design on wheeled loader

2000 hyundai hl965 working

Hyundai Construction Equipment has expanded its wheeled loader range with the HL965, designed to be rugged and reliable for longer working time, reduced operating cost and improved productivity.

The HL965 has an operating weight of 20 tonnes. Power comes from a Stage IV Cummins QSL9 electronically controlled diesel engine, with a gross power of 272hp/2,100rpm.

Maximum axle load capacity is 44 tonnes at the front and 35 tonnes at the rear.

Hyundai’s improved bucket design features a wider opening, curved side plates and enhanced spill guard to maximise capacity and minimise material loss when travelling. High wear-resistant steel is used in key structural areas of the bucket for added durability.

All Hyundai HL900 models include the company’s onboard weighing system as standard. Accurate to +/- 1%, the system has automatic and manual settings for monitoring individual and cumulative bucket load weights. Measurements are displayed on the cab’s multi-function screen.

The cabin is 10% larger than the 9a series and fully sound-proofed. An electro-hydraulic integrated control lever allows easy operation of attachments for greater productivity and reduced operator fatigue.

The HL965 is optimised to enable operators to access accurate equipment data quickly. The 7in touchscreen monitor is larger than the previous models and is easy to read. The audio system, which includes a radio, has an integrated Bluetooth hands-free feature, while a built-in microphone allows the operator to take and make calls safely when in the cab.

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