SPECIFICATIONS

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  • Engine

    Model Komatsu SAA6D125E-6
    Type Four-cycle, water-cooled, direct injection
    Aspiration Turbo-charged, after-cooled, cooled EGR
    Number of cylinders 6
    Bore x stroke 125 mm x 150 mm
    Displacement 11.04 ltr
    Horsepower, Gross - SAE J1995 204 kW / 273 HP
    Horsepower, Net - ISO 9249 / SAE J1349 203 kW / 272 HP
    Rated RPM 2000
    Fan drive method Hydraulic
    Emissions certification EPA Tier 4 Interim
  • Operation / Application

    Bucket capacity SAE 3.8 - 4.65 m3
    Standard bucket capacity SAE 4.65 m3
    Bucket description Loose material bucket
    Bucket width 3170 mm
    Dump clearance at 45° dump angle 3185 mm
    Dump reach at 45° dump angle 1235 mm
    Static tipping load, straight 20230 kg
    Static tipping load, full turn 17400 kg
    Breakout force

    168 kN

    17140 kgf

  • Axles and Final Drives

    Drive system Four-wheel drive
    Front Fixed, semi-floating
    Rear Centre-pin support, semi-floating, 26° total oscillation
    Reduction gear Spiral bevel gear
    Differential gear Conventional type
    Final reduction gear Planetary gear, single reduction 
  • Brakes

    Service brakes Hydraulically actuated, wet disc brakes actuate on four wheels
    Parking brake Wet multiple-disc brake
    Secondary brake Parking brake is commonly used

     

  • Hydraulic System

    Steering System:

    Hydraulic pump Piston pump
    Capacity (at rated rpm) 195 ltr/min
    Relief valve setting

    24.5 MPa

    250 kgf/cm2

    Hydraulic Cylinders:
    Type Double-acting, piston type
    Number of cylinders 2
    Bore x stroke 90 mm x 441 mm

     

     

    Loader Control:

    Hydraulic pump Piston pump
    Capacity 260 ltr/min
    Relief valve setting

    34.3 MPa

    350 kgf/cm2

    Hydraulic Cylinders:
    Type Double-acting, piston type
    Number of boom cylinders 2
    Boom cylinder, bore x stroke 140 mm x 764 mm
    Number of bucket cylinders 1
    Bucket cylinder, bore x stroke 160 mm x 575 mm
    Control valve 2-spool type
    Control Positions:
    Boom Raise, hold, lower, and float
    Bucket Tilt-back, hold, and dump
    Hydraulic Cycle Time: (rated load in bucket)
    Raise 6.1 sec
    Dump 1.6 sec
    Lower (empty) 3.1 sec
  • Service Refill Capacities

    Cooling system 80 ltr
    Fuel tank 380 ltr
    Engine 38 ltr
    Hydraulic system 173 ltr
    Axle front 57 ltr
    Axle rear 56 ltr
    Torque converter and transmission 65 ltr
  • Steering System

    Type Articulated type, fully hydraulic power steering
    Steering angle 35° each direction (40° to max end stop)
    Minimum turning radius at centre of outside tyre 6630 mm
  • Transmission

    Torque converter Three-elements, one-stage, two-phase
    Transmission Automatic, full-powershift, countershaft type
    Travel speed Forward Reverse
    1st gear 7.6 km/h 7.9 km/h
    2nd gear 13.1 km/h 13.5 km/h
    2nd gear (Lock-up clutch ON) 13.2 km/h 13.7 km/h
    3rd gear 22.9 km/h 23.6 km/h
    3rd gear (Lock-up clutch ON) 23.6 km/h 24.3 km/h
    4th gear 36.2 km/h 37.3 km/h
    4th gear (Lock-up clutch ON) 38.3 km/h 39.0 km/h
    Measured with 26.5-R25 tyres
  • Tyres

    Standard tyres 26.5-R25 L3
  • Weights

    Operating weight 24,370 - 24,560 kg

WA470-7 Wheel Loaders

With bucket capacities from 3.8-4.7 m3, our WA470-7 loader is well-suited to sales loading, logging, waste and mulch handling applications. As with all our wheel loaders, key components are designed and manufactured by Komatsu to work together in an integrated package. And it comes standard with our KOMTRAX remote monitoring and location system, backed by our NZ-wide service and support network.

  • 203 kW / 272 HP
    ENGINE POWER
  • 23,990 kg
    OPERATING WEIGHT
  • 4.7 m³
    BUCKET CAPACITY

Large Capacity Lock-Up Torque Converter

The Komatsu-designed power train features a large capacity torque converter for optimum efficiency. The large capacity torque converter allows the loader to up-shift gears faster for improved acceleration and hill climbing ability. In most applications, production is increased and fuel consumption is reduced, resulting in improved fuel efficiency.

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