Liebherr Compact wheeled excavators now feature the Stage V exhaust emissions standard. We are talking about the A 910 Compact Litronic and A 912 Compact Litronic wheeled excavators, that is to say the two smallest models in the Liebherr Compact range. The A 910 Compact has an operating weight from 12,100 to 13,100 kg and an engine power of 85 kW. The A 912 Compact is the next biggest machine with an operating weight from 13,000 to 14,200 kg and an engine power of 90 kW.

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Liebherr A 910 Compact Litronic

Liebherr Compact wheeled excavators: more about the engine

The 4-cylinder in-line engine installed in both Compact wheeled excavators is very environmentally friendly with its low fuel consumption. Liebherr Power Efficiency also ensures optimal efficiency of the drive components in the new Compact wheeled excavators in every work situation. It enables machine operation in the range of the lowest specific fuel usage for lower consumption and greater efficiency with the same performance.

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In order to observe the strict statutory emissions standards of Stage V, at Liebherr the latest engine technology is used: the innovative exhaust emission control system combines a diesel oxidation catalyst and a diesel particulate filter with a SCR catalytic converter for the reduction of particles and nitrogen oxide for optimal protection of people and the environment against exhaust gas pollutants.

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The A 912 Compact Litronic wheeled excavator

Heavier counterweight

In the course of the changeover to the new Stage V exhaust emissions standard, the counterweight for the A 910 Compact and A 912 Compact was increased. With the heavier counterweight, the two Compact wheeled excavators impress with higher lift capacities of around 100 kg with maximum jib length. At the same time, the heavier counterweight ensures enhanced stability of the Compact wheeled excavators, which also results in greater stability during dynamic movements.