944K HybridWheel Loader
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- Interim Tier 4-emission certified engine
- Significant fuel savings over 9-yard3 (6.88 m3) loaders with conventional drivetrains.*
- Brushless generator converts mechanical energy to electrical energy
- Improved hydraulic and oil plumbing
|Engine Power||400 kW (536 hp) @ 1,600 rpm
|Bucket Capacity||7.65 m³ (10 cu. yd.)
|Bucket Width||3.92 m (12 ft. 10.5 in.)
|Breakout Force||46,896–47 753 kg (103,388–105,277 lb.)
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Serious productivity, maximum efficiency.
Handling shot rock just got a shot in the arm at your quarry. The hybrid-electric 944K helps maximize productivity and efficiency at a lower daily operating cost. Everyone knows hybrid-electric drives burn less fuel. But they're highly productive, too, delivering quick, smooth, and responsive hydraulics; fast ramp-climbing capability; and strong pushing power. Plus control of automatic traction and rimpull helps eliminate wheel spin and tire wear, further reducing daily operating costs. The 944K Hybrid Loader boasts the biggest cab, quickest boom-raise time, and fastest cycle times in its class. Outstanding visibility with LED lighting options combined with smooth, responsive hydraulics help you work harder with less effort.
Your Extended Coverage Warranty provides additional protection that shields you from risk and stress, giving you fixed costs for machine repairs during the warranty period.
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2.9% APR for 60 months† on installment plan.
†For complete details regarding this offer, please select the corresponding link.
01 March 2017 - 30 June 2017
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Features and specifications are based on published information at the time of publication. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
*Actual fuel consumption rates and savings will vary with machine application, utilization, operator, and model of competitive unit.