Sany: new portfolio of machines focused on the recycling industry

The new Sany SMHW30G5 wheeled material handler features a high load capacity combined with a large reach.
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The new model creates a new league of efficiency thanks to the matured Cummins 6.7 engine. Together with the optimised hydraulics and custom setup, it performs extremely cost-effective, which grants a low cost per handled tonne of material. This machine and the new 18-tonne wheeled excavator will be presented for the first time at IFAT.

The new SMHW30G5 material handler can handle tasks in recycling, scrap, timber applications, or even in ports for bulk handling. Its robust steel construction and sturdy mobile undercarriage provide stability. Operators can expect sensitive hydraulic control and maximum working comfort. All important information including many features are conveniently managed via the 7” touchscreen display. Lubrication maintenance is optimised by an automatic-central lubrication system on the uppercarriage, and a separate central greasing point on the undercarriage.

A complete safety package is provided to protect the operator, machine, and components. Working visibility is exceeded by the height adjustable cabin, which provides the best view of the work area. The side and rearview camera provides clear visibility to blind working areas, whilst the height and reach limitation feature gives a second level of safety whilst working in confined environments such as inside roofed buildings. Reversing alarm, enlarged LED light package, and the rotating beacon completes the standard safety package.

The new material handler will be accompanied at IFAT by two more products of Sany: The SW305 wheel loader presented last year is a prime example of a multifunctional machine. The machine’s robust, heavy-duty frame is designed to withstand the toughest operating conditions – and it comes equipped with a range of features to enhance comfort, safety, and productivity. It will also be on display at IFAT configured for recycling applications.

Sany will also be presenting the new SY175W in Munich. This 18-tonne machine is an addition to the wheeled excavator range. The machine has been developed based on feedback received on the previous model. As a result, the comfort of the cab is second to none. The SY175W also offers improved user-friendliness thanks to its 7″ touchscreen display.

Alike to the previous model, it is powered by a Deutz engine and works reliably with a Bosch Rexroth hydraulic system. The axles from ZF ensure the necessary stability and therefore a high level of safety. The outstanding standard equipment package includes an automatic central lubrication system. At IFAT, Sany will also be presenting the new wheeled excavator equipped with recycling application options, Including: cab guards, a backfill blade and claws.

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