Innovative products to improve our customers processes.
This claim is our top priority - and is the basis for the success story of Wacker Neuson. Our innovations have set standards in our markets around the world - and thus changed the way of how to built, compress, transport and work. And is the reason why we have always been steps ahead for over 160 years - which is recognized by our customers worldwide.
The first excavator from Wacker Neuson with 0% emissions
The Wacker Neuson dual power concept is not only innovative, but is also simple: The compact excavator 803 can – even if it is equipped with the dual power option – be operated both in the diesel drive system as well as with electro-hydraulic drive system. If, for example, demolition work is required in enclosed spaces, the electro-hydraulic generator HPU 8 is connected to the excavator and the emission-free demolition work can begin. The output remains the same here, regardless of which of the two drive systems is currently powering the excavator.
Compatec: Soil compaction made easy
The compaction control Compatec by Wacker Neuson offers a good orientation aid for soil compaction – especially for end users who only work with vibratory plates from time to time. Eight LED lamps indicate the relative compaction progress. If the number of illuminated LED's no longer increases, then no further compaction can be achieved with the vibratory plate used. Fast, easy and convincing. Learn more here »
EH 100 – a new performance class in demolition.
The EH 100 electric breaker defines an entirely new class of performance in the demolition segment.
Thanks to its 100 joules of single stroke impact energy, the EH 100 effortlessly achieves the demolition performance that would otherwise only be achieved by air breakers of the 30 and 40 kg class.With its low weight of 32 kg, the EH 100 demolition breaker is significantly lighter than comparable air breakers. In the cost-benefit comparison, the EH 100 lets the competition bite the dust through its operational flexibility and extremely high efficiency.
|TECHNICAL DATA||EH 100|
|Single stroke energy||100 J|
|Percussion rate||1,000 1/min|
The first vibratory plate with two base plates.
The DPU 130 effortlessly delivers enough compaction power to replace a 7-ton roller.
It is lighter, compacter, more flexible and easier to handle than a roller. And the new double base-plate design also makes it extremely mobile. The remote control system means it is as easy to steer as a model car. A remote controlled vibratory plate with as much power as a roller – a true Wacker Neuson innovation.
130 kN of centrifugal force
corresponds to around 13 tons and delivers vibrations that hit the spot.
|TECHNICAL DATA||DPU 130|
|Centrifugal force||130 kN|
|Max. power||33 hp|
|Max. compaction performance||2,232 m²/h|
The first hydraulic quick-hitch system
Attachments can be changed fast without drivers needing to leave the cabin.Wacker Neuson offers this system from the 1.5 ton class upwards for best-in-class flexibility and efficiency.Excavator and front bucket:
The bucket can be easily rotated to use as a front bucket. This not only saves
time but also makes the excavator even more versatile.
1.5 tonn class.
The quick-hitch hydraulic Easy Lock system is available for excavators from the
1.5 ton class upwards.
|TECHNICAL DATA||HS 2||HS 3||HS 6||HS 8|
|Max. operating pressure (bar)||210||210||240||250|
The world’s first dumpers
The comfortable cabin enables dumpers to be used all year round, reliably protecting drivers from rain and dust.
The cabin provides even faster return on investment by allowing dumpers to be deployed in all conditions. So you can rely on top performance whatever the weather.
365 days of active service
from Wacker Neuson’s cabin-equipped dumpers.
A development that expands their potential areas of use and
makes them even greater value for money.
|TECHNICAL DATA||CABIN DUMPER|
|Safety standards||ROPS/FOPS Level II|
|Access||2 (right and left)|
|Visibility||360° panoramic windscreen|
|Payload / unladen weight||10,000 kg / 4,900 kg|
|Power||88 kW / 120 hp|
The first mobile excavator
The Neuson 9503 is the world’s fastest excavator.
A firm favorite with municipal bodies and gardening and landscaping companies, it soon establishes a strong position in the market. The 9503 is further example of how Neuson puts customer needs at the heart of its product development.
40 km/h – a top speed
that Neuson’s 9503 effortlessly reaches. This speed demon gets from A to B in no time at all, eliminating the need for expensive transport and increasing flexibility.The driving diagram for the 9503 illustrates how the vehicle delivers top performance in every setting – allowing operators to adjust their handling for optimized efficiency and mobility.
|Steering options||Front-axle steering, all-wheel drive, crab steering|
|Top speed||40 km/h|
|Max. digging depth||4,249 mm|
|Max. excavation power||40.34 kN|
|Power||74.9 kW / 101.8 hp|
|Unladen weight||10,400 kg (with pivot arm)|
The first joystick steering system
It may look like a flying saucer, but it is one of the most innovative devices for troweling concrete.
This highly responsive joystick steering system allows you to reap the huge benefits of this concrete trowel almost immediately and with a minimum level of operator “training”. It reduces operator fatigue to a minimum, while delivering high-precision steering, increased comfort and outstanding efficiency.
2,465 mm non-overlapping troweling width
guarantees fast, efficient finishing of every concrete surface.
|TECHNICAL DATA||CRT 48-31V-ES-E|
|Troweling area||3 m²|
|Max. power||31 hp|
|Pitch range||0 - 25°|
|Troweling width (non overlapping)||2,465 mm|
The first rammer
No-premix system for smoother, more efficient engine performance.
Another milestone in rammer development from Wacker Neuson, ensuring perfect engine protection, maximum ease of use and outstanding operational reliability.
2 separate tanks
for easy refilling. The patented oil-injection system guarantees the perfect mix.
|TECHNICAL DATA||BS 500-oi|
|Engine power||3.1 hp|
|Compaction performance |
(with 250 mm shoe)
The first dumper with articulated swivel joint
Safeguarding technology when the going gets tough. All-round protection for dumpers even in rough terrain.
Hydraulic hoses are fed through the articulated joint for optimum protection. Leaving drivers free to get the most out of Neuson dumpers’ outstanding off-road mobility.
100 % reliability
thanks to outstanding protection of hydraulic hoses even under the toughest working conditions.Articulated swivel joint:
The articulated chassis with a swivel-dump
angle of 37° / 15° keeps the high-traction
dumper firmly on the ground even in
|Unladen weight||1,130 kg|
|Power||12.1 kW / 16.5 hp|
The first dumper with a plastic console
Neuson is the first manufacturer to make its dumper console a key design factor.
Designed for functionality, the console provides a clear overview of controls and extends over the entire width of the chassis, effectively protecting the driver from falling material.
2,700 liter skip capacity
plus the proven strengths of Wacker Neuson dumpers really get the market moving.
The clearly designed, robust console extends over the entire width of the chassis, providing effective protection from falling material.
|Unladen weight||3,220 kg|
|Power||47.5 kW / 64.6 hp|
|Max. speed||25 km/h|
The first six-ton excavator
Best-in-class excavation performance – 20% more reach.
Suddenly the sky’s the limit when it comes to moving earth. Jobs that were at best economically unviable and at worst impossible with six-ton models can now be carried out thanks to the significant gains in excavation reach and depth plus dumping height. A giant leap for the six-ton class.
25 % more excavation reach
for new performance levels and more versatility.
|Operational weight||6,050 kg|
|Max. excavation depth||4,174 mm|
|Max. dumping height||4,990 mm|
|Excavating radius||6,894 mm|
|Reach (on the ground)||6,790 mm|
The first electric breaker
Entirely maintenance free thanks to brushless design.
This Wacker innovation saves money by virtually eliminating downtime.
600 kg of demolition force per hour
powered by a maintenance-free motor.Brushless motor
Robust, zero-maintenance motor
without carbon brushes.
|TECHNICAL DATA||EH 11 MAGIC|
|Demolition force||600 kg/h|
|Percussion rate (adjustable)||1,300 - 2,150 / min|
The first internal vibrator
Wear-free, reliable, robust design - patented technology provides real benefits across the board.
Thanks to its integrated converter, the internal vibrator can be powered from a single-phase power supply, ensuring optimum versatility on construction sites. Equipped with the Bodyguard protection system since 2008, the device is extremely safe to use. In the event of a fault, it deactivates within three milliseconds, protecting the operator and anyone in the immediate vicinity.
12,000 vibrations per minute
guarantee extremely exact, even concrete compaction.
|TECHNICAL DATA||IRFU 48/230|
|Vibrator head length||451 mm|
|Effective compaction diameter||up to 45 cm|
The first infrared remote control
Infrared remote control ensures high safety levels for operators and those working in the vicinity of the machine.
This innovation enables operators to work in an upright position outside of trenches away from vibration, dust and noise.
2 m safety zone
for steering trench rollers and coupling sets.
Extremely versatile thanks to the broad sending field of
up to 20 m and an angle of up 45°.For more information on infrared remote control click here!
|TECHNICAL DATA||INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL|
|Safety zone||2 m|
|Max. transmission time of infrared remote control||8 h|
The first articulated trench roller.
Outstanding quality and productivity guaranteed: The articulated substructure, combined with remote-control technology, ensures a particularly high degree of maneuverability and exact compaction along borderline areas. The machine delivers equally good results when moving forwards and backwards. The adjustable centrifugal force makes it more than a match for the toughest of jobs.
Maximum centrifugal force of 31-62 kN.
|TECHNICAL DATA||RT 820|
|Max. speed||40 m/min|
|Centrifugal force||31-62 kN|
Vertical Digging System (VDS)
The VDS console can be used to tilt the superstructure continuously by up to 15°, allowing operators to compensate for gradients of up to 27 percent at the touch of a button.
Productivity and efficiency gains keep you ahead of the pack, right from the word go. Exact positioning and vertical trenches cut work times and – above all – deliver high-precision results. Only from Wacker Neuson.
25 % time and material savings
through more effective excavation, removal and refilling. VDS enables
operators to deploy full excavation power exactly where it is needed.
And that’s just the beginning…For more information on VDS click here.
|Max. tilt angle of superstructure||15°|
|Increased operator comfort and ergonomics||100 %|
|Savings||up to 25%|
The first telescopic undercarriage
Tackling narrow passageways is no longer a problem as the telescopic undercarriage simply “pulls in” for the ultimate slimming effect.
It can be easily “pushed back” to its original width at the touch of a button, however, providing a stable base for further work. Innovation at Neuson is geared toward making the seemingly impossible not just possible, but economically viable.
70 / 99 cm of vehicle width
make the 803, 1404, 1703, 2003 series excavators so outstandingly versatile.
|Width||700 / 860 mm|
|Transport weight||935 kg|
|Operational weight||1,035 kg|
|Balance wheel output acc. to ISO||9 kW / 13 hp|
|Excavation depth||1,731 mm|
|Max. dumping height||2,035 mm|
|Excavation radius||3,074 mm|
The first rammer
Wacker once again responded to market demands, this time for a single rammer to compact different surfaces.
Promptly delivering a rammer with adjustable stroke height. Innovations such as this have propelled us to the forefront of the market. More than 50% of all rammers worldwide are now made by Wacker Neuson.
4 stroke heigths, adjustable
- For use on flat surfaces when performing repair work on asphalt or
fitting interlocking stone pavements.
- For precise compaction and smoothing in borderline areas.
Also suited to sandy surfaces.
- For good compaction results on grainy and cohesive surfaces.
Also suitable for use on gravel, grit, slag, lean concrete and ballast.
- For compacting cohesive and wet surfaces.
|TECHNICAL DATA||BS 65Y|
|Engine power||2.7 hp|
The first reversible vibratory plate
Imbalances in the vibratory plate are controlled to continuously steer the speed and direction (forwards/ backwards) of the DVU 4000 or to keep it stationary.
In spite of all this maneuvering, no power is lost – and the operator is more mobile and more flexible. We have continued to develop our vibratory plates to this day, incorporating lots of new ideas.
1,865 vibrations per minute
was an incredible performance – at the time. Yet another
milestone reached and benchmark set by Wacker.
|TECHNICAL DATA||DVU 4000|
|Engine power||7 hp|
|Penetration||up to 100 cm|
The first articulated dumper
Neuson can tell you a thing or two about dumpers. Including the fact that they have long-since moved beyond highway work to increasingly streamline processes in gardening, landscaping, overground and underground work.
Neuson’s versatile and robust all-wheel dumper is the solution of choice if off-road capabilities and stability are a must.
33° / 15° articulated swivel joint
for best-in-class off-road capabilities and an amazingly tight turning radius. Oscillating axles also ensure excellent traction at all times.
|Skip||1,000 l struck, 1,200 l heaped|
|Transmission||4 forward and 4 reverse gears|
|Steering||ZF hydrostatic drive, articulated frame|
The first breaker with a gasoline engine.
The first gasoline rammer’s rapid rise to success proved inspirational and motivating.
Shortly afterwards, Wacker released its first breaker featuring a gasoline engine. Which, of course, became a major hit.
1,150 impact blows per minute
was the rate recorded by Wacker’s first gasoline breaker. Which was some achievement with a 1.75 HP engine. After all, optimum efficiency has always inspired our innovations.
|TECHNICAL DATA||BHF 25|
|Max. percussion rate||1,150/min.|
|Operating weight||25 kg|
|Engine power||1.75 hp|
The first rammer without a power cable.
A whole new vista of rammer applications. Opening up a new class of mobility and efficiency.
By equipping its rammers with combustion engines, Wacker increased their range, flexibility and practical value on construction sites. Operators were no longer dependent on power cables.
1.1 hp engine power
drove the legendary BS 50, which brought a whole new level of versatility to construction sites. Today, the Group’s diesel and gasoline rammers are powered by 3 HP engines.
|TECHNICAL DATA||BS 50|
|Max. percussion rate||650/min.|
|Operating weight||50 kg|
|Engine power||1.1 hp|
The first internal vibrator.
Wacker identified professional concrete compaction as a potential strategic business segment as early as the 1930s.
High frequency increases compaction performance and thus the quality of the concrete. The low, 50 volt rating affords operators maximum protection.
Today, internal vibrators from Wacker Neuson are the best-selling worldwide. And safety and performance are more important than ever.
50 volt operating voltage
is so low that operators can work without hazard at all times. Safety takes the front seat at Wacker Neuson.
|TECHNICAL DATA||ER 1|
|Engine power||up to 3 hp|
|Operating voltage||50 V|
The world’s first electric rammer.
This invention by Hermann Wacker was and remains a pioneering development for concrete and soil compaction. Not to mention for our company.
An innovation worthy of the name – simplifying process flows, ensuring high quality and accelerating developments. Wacker Neuson remains the global market and technology leader in soil compaction to this day, securing this position with ongoing advances.
500 beats per minute
reduce the voids in the ground, increasing its density.
|TECHNICAL DATA||ES 8|
|Power rating||0.6 kW|
|Percussion rate per minute||500|
|Ramming shoe width||200 mm|