Wheel Loader Brands
Wheel loaders come in all shapes, sizes, and flavors. Here are the most popular brands of wheel loaders, fit to move things around your construction site!
One of the first corporations to manufacture wheel loaders, they started doing so in 1959. Today, they offer almost 50 different types of wheel loader with varying specifications, so you are almost sure to find one that fits your project perfectly! Whether you are looking for a specific horsepower, gross weight, or bucket size, chances are Caterpillar has the right wheel loader for you. From their website:
“Cat® wheel loaders make your material handling and loading jobs safer, faster, more precise, and profitable. Cat front end loaders set the standard for reliability, productivity, fuel efficiency, versatility, and operator comfort.”
John Deere has a long history, ranging from its founding by John Deere himself in 1837 to build its first tractor in 1918 to manufacturing heavy equipment since 1974. Today, John Deere produces seventeen different models of wheel loader. As they say on their wheel loader webpage:
“John Deere wheel loaders will elevate your reach, comfort, and control. With models ranging from 61.0-563.0 hp with 1-10 cubic yard bucket capacities, choose which front loader works best for you. No matter the job, our wheel loaders provide more productivity, hands down.”
A Japanese company, Komatsu was founded in 1917 but started producing wheel loaders in 1965. In total, they sell eighteen different wheel loaders, with three under the P&H brand. They produce mid-sized, large, and surface mining wheel loaders.
“A wide variety of wheel loader options for your quarry, construction site, or mine. Look for comfortable, efficient, productive machines that use innovative hydraulic and drive train technology to help make a positive impact on your bottom line.”
Volvo originates from Switzerland and produces almost every form of common heavy machinery under the sun. In regards to wheel loaders, they have seventeen different models across two weight classes: either compact or large. On their website, they tout their wheel loaders awards:
“Volvo large and medium wheel loaders have won the Highest Retained Value award from EquipmentWatch for 2021.
Volvo compact wheel loaders have won the Lowest Cost of Ownership award from EquipmentWatch for 2021.”
An equipment manufacturer founded in Wisconsin, CASE offers eleven different models of wheel loader. They describe the CASE G Series thusly:
“Take control of wheel loader operation like never before. The enhanced CASE G Series wheel loaders simplify operation through a touchscreen display and give operators even greater control with adjustable electro-hydraulic controls, optimized power modes, and programmable configurable buttons near the joystick. These buttons put your most common settings and functions mere inches away from the joystick, further simplifying operation.
All while delivering — and improving — the power, productivity, and efficiency you already expect from CASE G Series wheel loaders. Extreme fuel efficiency, lower engine operating temperatures, and a no DPF/no regen emissions solution are matched with features designed to shorten cycle times, increase uptime and make you even more efficient.
An optional, factory-integrated payload system drives greater accuracy and loading efficiency in operations from quarries and job sites to feedlots and supply yards — and makes the investment/deployment in a payload system entirely turnkey (no separate financing/installation/etc.). Most importantly, you’ll reduce the wear and tear on your wheel loaders by completing cycles more efficiently, and you’ll eliminate the risk of sending trucks down the road either underloaded or overloaded.
And we’ve got your back with even greater uptime support: the SiteConnect Module helps get equipment up and running faster and allows for even greater collaboration on fleet management from CASE and your local CASE dealer.
Uptime and cycle times are completely optimized and made more efficient. That’s the CASE G Series wheel loader promise.”
Wacker Neuson sorts its wheel loaders not by size, but by function: do you want an articulated wheel loader or an all-wheel steer loader?
“Wheel loaders by Wacker Neuson stand for optimal efficiency output, high-grade materials, long service life, good maneuverability, and maintenance in a flash. Our wheel loaders are true multi-talents on your construction site and exactly the right equipment to meet your requirements in many other areas.”
Hyundai sells 33 models of wheel loaders, all under the HL model series.
“Hyundai’s HL900 series of wheel loaders are available in our standard, Z-bar linkage, XT (extended-reach) versions for greater reach and higher dump heights, and a Tool Master (™) boom design. Tool Master wheel loaders include parallel linkage for increased lifting capacity, improved road stability, rapid dumping capability, and enhanced visibility. An accurate onboard weighing system and unique bucket design for better load retention are features that come standard to deliver maximum performance, productivity, and efficiency. Whether you need a loader for snow removal, feedlot, aggregate materials, laying pipe, or land clearing, we have the right wheel loader equipment enhanced by innovation for your business.”
JCB, named for its founder Joseph Cyril Bamford, sells fourteen models of wheel loader for agriculture and construction.
“Designed with customer input at every stage of the design process, our wheel loader range is designed to meet buyers’ priorities. Namely safety, efficiency, ease-of-use, ease-of-maintenance, productivity, performance, reliability, and comfort.
As a result, each wheel loader we make, from compact, hydrostatic drive 11,000 lb models, to giant, 53,000 lb powershift machines, all share the same DNA.
Each of our wheel loaders is designed to be productive above all else, with supreme reliability, low maintenance requirements, and great versatility built-in.
After all, a wheel loader is always in demand for all sorts of applications, so we offer a variety of model configurations to hone machinery to your exact requirements. Not to mention whole ranges of options and attachments.
Performance-wise, a JCB wheel loader is all about big power, big torque, a high power-to-weight ratio, powerful breakout forces, and excellent traction. Which adds up to a job well done.”
From our listings in total of our favorite brands, there are over 100 different wheel loaders to choose from for your project. Whatever one(s) you ultimately decide to use, know that TopMark Funding can help you finance it with our network of lenders.
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