Atlas Weyhausen

Atlas Weyhausen

T‌he construction equipment manufacturer, Atlas Weyhausen, is expanding its range of large wheel loaders. This includes the introduction of a new model designation and, in future, four new size classes: S, L, XL and XXL to help customers pick the best product. Atlas Weyhausen will present the new XXL wheel loaders, a representative cross section of wheel loaders with a new type designation and solutions for exhaust gas purification at bauma 2019.

In future, in accordance with the stage 5 emissions standard set out by the EU, all diesel engines with an output over 19 kW must be fitted with a diesel particle filter as a minimum. This therefore affects almost all wheel loaders made by Atlas Weyhausen. There will be a variety of solutions available which ensure compliance with the new emissions standard, depending on the output of the specific engine. Depending on the engine output, Atlas ­Weyhausen provides the technical solution DOC/DPF or the combination DOC/DPF/SCR. The new emissions standard was also the catalyst for a fundamental decision made at Atlas Weyhausen. In order to make it absolutely clear which models comply with the new standard, the company has decided to introduce a new model designation.

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