KCM Corporation, a subsidiary of Hitachi Construction Machinery Group and marketers of KCM loaders in North America, is proud to announce the Tier 4 Final version of their popular 80Z7. The new 80Z7 cycles faster. It is more powerful. It has near zero emissions. And, it is designed to be even more fuel efficient than previous models. It is equipped with a 4.2 cu. yd. GP bucket, and produces 200 gross hp. from the reliable Cummins QSB6.7 diesel engine. Key to these performance breakthroughs is the industry‐exclusive KCM IntelliTech Operating System that provides sophisticated control of all systems.
KCMA Corporation (Kawasaki Wheel Loaders)
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Consider the KCM difference. It starts with Kawasaki Heavy Industries, the parent company of KCMA and a global leader in providing innovative technology solutions for more than 100 years. KCMA’s commitment to maintaining a leadership position – in technology, service and support – combined with its dedicated focus, since 1962, on articulated wheel loaders, translates to unmatched benefits for you and your business. Comprehensive solutions, quality products, a track record of raising the bar– it’s the Kawasaki difference! 15 Models - .78 – 13.5 cu. yd. - 45 – 721 HP
KCMA’s Compact Wheel Loaders 42ZV-2 & 45ZV-2
KCMA’s Utility Loaders 62Z7, 67Z7, 70Z7, 80Z7
KCM Production Class Loaders 85Z7, 90Z7, 92Z7
KCM Quarry & Mining Loaders 95Z7, 115Z7, 135ZV-2
KCM Special Applications Loaders – Scrap & Recycling, Hot Slag, Logging, Dairy & Agriculture
KCM’s XTreme Machines – 95Z7XT, 115Z7XT
The new model 67Z7 wheel loader is a total redesign and a debut machine in the hydrostatic wheel loader class for Kawasaki-KCM. These compact wheel loaders are ideal for a wide range of applications, including waste and recycling, and can be equipped with a 3.1 cubic yard (2.4 cubic meter) general purpose bucket for material densities between 2,800 and 3,000 lbs/cy. For loose materials between 2600 and 2800 lbs/cy the 67Z7 has a 3.5 cubic yard (2.7 cubic meter) material handling bucket. A wide range of couplers and attachments are also available to maximize the versatility of this utility class loader.
KCMA Corporation, the marketer for Kawasaki‐KCM wheel loaders in North America, has announced their first entry into the Tier 4 Final wheel loader market. Following the success of the 90Z7 Tier 4i wheel loader, this new loader offers additional features engineered to provide increased efficiency, and productivity. With the return to Cummins engines, the Cummins QSL9 provides 275 net horsepower and is DPF-free. The SCR technology implemented in this model runs cleaner and requires less maintenance while providing an additional fuel savings over the Tier 4i model. DEF fluid consumption remains low at under 3 percent of fuel usage.
KCMA Corporation, the marketing and distribution agency for Kawasaki‐KCM wheel loaders in North America, held the company’s yearly Sonoran Roundup and Demo days for dealers and customers, through the first week of November. At this year’s event, the company officially announced the acquisition by Hitachi Construction Equipment of KCM (Kawasaki Construction Machinery), along with the debut of new models and upgrades to existing model articulated wheel loaders.
Kawasaki’s model 70Z7, like all of the most recently introduced Z7 series wheel loaders, has retained its IntelliTech and QuickCycle functions, as well as its FlexShift feature. Unlike larger-sized models in the series, the 70Z7’s intelligence works behind the scenes, so that many of its operations perform without human intervention. Its high-intensity LCD monitor, straightforward dash arrangement, and intuitive systems make it ideal for rental purposes as well as operations where operator skills run the spectrum.
OneSteel Recycling, Inc. is the U.S.-recycling division of Australian-owned OneSteel, that country’s largest vertically integrated steel company. With locations in Virginia, Maine and Florida, the U.S. division offers a variety of services including site cleanup and industrial-metal waste collection as well as static and shear baling. The company’s Tampa, Florida site also includes a 6,000-horsepower shredder, a separator and a port. Most of their ferrous materials are exported while non-ferrous materials are primarily sold in the U.S. OneSteel, the parent company, is quite widespread, with additional operations in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and China.
The most apparent change in Kawasaki’s new Z7 wheel loaders is the appearance. The model’s styling changes include improved visibility and serviceability. The first two models of Kawasaki Z7 wheel loaders are the 85Z7 and 90Z7.
This wheel loader line includes options designed to make units productive, safe, and economic to operate in waste and recycling applications. Some of the Kawasaki Waste & Recycling Package features include special guarding, cab filtration, safety options, an automatic reversible cooling fan, autolube system, wide fin radiator, and hydraulic options.
Kawasaki’s Waste/Refuse/Recycling Package is designed for all types of applications in refuse, recycling, and processing of solid waste materials. Equipped with special guarding, cab filtration, tires, and attachments, Kawasaki wheel loaders that can be outfitted with this package include models from the 65Z through the 115Z.