Komatsu’s New WA475-10 Wheel Loader Increases Fuel Efficiency by Up to 30%

Engine has more horsepower than the previous model yet provides fuel efficiency up to a 30% fuel efficiency improvement

Extensive customer feedback and years of testing went into the design of Komatsu’s versatile new WA475-10 wheel loader.
Extensive customer feedback and years of testing went into the design of Komatsu’s versatile new WA475-10 wheel loader.
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The 56,240-lb. WA475-10 wheel loader is powered by a Tier 4 Final engine that has increases power by 22 hp over the WA470-8 model, yet achieves up to a 30% increase in fuel efficiency thanks to the Komatsu Hydraulic Mechanical Transmission (KHMT).

  • KHMT dynamic braking also reduces brake wear for extended component life
  • 290-hp Komatsu SAA60125E-7 Tier 4 Final diesel with variable geometry turbocharger
  • Includes a 5.5- to 5.8-cu.-yd. bucket, up to 44,332 lbs. of breakout force and up to a 45,283-lb. static tipping load
  • Bucket design improves pile penetration for easier filling and improved material retention in load and carry applications
  • Independent Work Equipment Control simplifies operation and reduces fuel consumption by separating the accelerator pedal from the speed of the work equipment
  • Improved operating environment includes floor-to-ceiling glass, ergonomically designed switch layouts and a fully adjustable 5-axis console
  • Boom lift force increased by 20% and breakout force improved by 8%
  • Auto hill holding function enables the unit to remain stationary on a slope without using the brakes
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