As use of ICT for construction equipment became more common, things like crewless dump trucks, IT execution, and KOMTRAX were further developed. Hybrid equipment that decreased both fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emission was introduced and marked a new generation of construction machines.
Mini Wheel Loader, WA20 went through a full-model change.
Its new engine corresponds to the third emission standards enforced by the Ministry of Land. It is equipped with a two-mode control system that allows two speed settings depending on the type work needed. Despite the compact body, it has a spacious operating space, and the wide open hood helps improve the level of comfort and ease of maintenance.
Bucket capacity: 0.3m2
It was 1949 when the first wheel loader was manufactured in Japan, however, it was not until mid 1960's when Komatsu entered the wheel loader market aligning with International Harvester. From JH series in the beginning, to the 500 series, to Komatsu's original WA series, our wheel loaders have met the needs of construction sites by scaling up, coping with the environment and adopting advanced technology such as mechatronics and IT.