Mini Wheel Loader 712 1 Ton Bucket capacity 0.7cbm

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Condition: New

Type: Wheel Tractor

Usage: Farm Tractor

Drive Type: Gear Drive

Power(W): 37000w

Certificate: CE

Model Number: YN 712

Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)

After-sales Service Provided: Overseas service center available

 

Features

0.7cbm standard bucket with teeth,Chanchai 4L68 Engine(37KW) with pre-heater

Hydraulic Transmission with torque converter, Adjustable steering wheel, Tipping cabin is easy to repair, Cabin with Warm Heater and Adjustable Seat, Mechanical joystick, Standard tires 11.00-16

 

Specifications

Specifications:

Basic Parameter

Overall weight(kg)

3500

L×W×H(mm)

5100x1700x2550

Rated bucket capacity(m3)

0.7

Rated load(kg)

1200

Max dump height(mm)

2650

Max. breakout force(KN)

36

Wheel base

2005

Tread

1400

Max grade ability

60°

Max dump reach

1020

Performance of bucket being set level

Yes

Total of three time:

lifting, dumping, lowering(s)

8.5

Engine

Model

Changchai 4L68 with pre-heater

Type

Inline arrangement, Water cooling, four-stroke, four-cylinder

Rated power(kw)

37

Rated speed(r/min)

2200

Transmission system

Model of torque converter

YJ240

Type

Single-phase single-stage radial-inward turbine triples

Gearbox type

Fixed-spindle power shift

Gear shift

4

Max travel speed(km)

16

Hydraulic system

Valve distributing working

ZL15

Working pump

CBG2040

Pressure of working hydraulic system

(Mpa)

16

Steering system

Type

Articulated hydraulic steering

 

Max. turning angle

35±1°

Min turning radius(mm)

4500

Min ground clearance(mm)

250

Brake mode

Oil Brake(Vacuum Booster)

Tires

Standard tires

11.00-16

Optional tires

12-16.5 or 14-17.5

 

FAQ

Optional

Attachments

Quick Hitch                                  

Hydraulic 3-way Pilot Joystick            

Electronic joystick                          

Reserving Camera                        

Pallet Fork                                    

A/C(Air Conditioner)                                      

4 in 1 Bucket                                  

Snow Blade                                

Snow Bucket                                

Wide tires 12-16.5                            

Packing details

1pcs/20GP       3pcs/40HQ

Delivery time

15 days upon receipt the deposit

Warranty time

1 year since the BL date

 

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