HSL850-7A Skid Steer Loaders

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas

April 18, 2012 - Equipment

<p>Hyundai HSL850-7A skid-steer loader</p>

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. offers the high-powered, fuel-efficient HSL850-7A skid steer loader. The HSL850-7A can handle a full spectrum of applications including construction, utility work, road maintenance, landscaping, and more.

The 7,253-lb. HSL850-7A offers a compact size of 136.6 inches in length x 72 inches in width as well as high production and performance with its 68 hp, water-cooled Kubota V3300DI engine. This makes it ideal for job sites where space is tight, but where a large volume of material needs to be moved. The HSL850-7A has a maximum dump height of 7 feet, 9 inches and a powerful self-leveling control system. Users benefit with shorter cycle times because the unit allows more efficient and stable lifting and dumping of material into truck beds and over retaining walls, according to Hyundai.

Hyundai’s HSL850-7A comes standard with a 74.6-inch wide, .48 cubic yard bucket.  

The machine offers easy engine access. Centralized fuse boxes make inspections easy, while the boom locking system makes service safe. A double safety cab feature enhances safety with its double-locking system.

The conventional buckets on this Hyundai skid steer loader can be replaced with a variety of specialized buckets or attachments, many powered by the loaders’ hydraulic system. These include backhoe, hydraulic breaker, pallet fork, angle broom, sweeper, mower, snow blower, tiller, grapple and trencher attachments, plus a variety of others.

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