Wacker Neuson brings two new mini excavators to market


Wacker Neuson has developed two excavators for the 3.5 ton class, the company has announced.

The conventional ET35 and the zero tail EZ36 model incorporate proven features from larger models. Characterized by quick work cycles, their hydraulics have been optimized, while the motor-pump management has been reengineered.

Both excavators have an extremely high level of stability, due to externally located guide rollers and an optimized weight distribution.

The new design of the machines offers a good line-of-sight and thanks to the two-part front windshield, which is standard, the operator can easily adjust the cabin to the current construction site situation.

Designed for work in confined construction sites, the EZ36 has no rear overhang, so the operator need have no concerns about damaging the machine or blocking traffic.

“We recognized the needs of the market and are offering even more flexibility and comfort with the new 3.5 ton models. This latest generation has a new interior, a new design and additional outfitting options, enabling productive and fatigue-free work,” said Gert Reichetseder, spokesman for management at Wacker Neuson Linz.

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