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Benefiting from our latest Command Plus cab, the new JCB 437 wheel loader is built to be strong, reliable and all-day comfy. As a key part of the on-site process, it’s also designed to perform great feats of productivity, offering superb performance without the time-consuming inconvenience of a DPF.
By introducing Command Plus, we’re now able to add best-in-class comfort, visibility, ergonomics and quietness to the numerous other benefits of this wheel loader. Those benefits include superior serviceability, safety and a whole lot more.
Wastemaster application available.
Powerful twin variable displacement piston pump hydraulics can circulate a massive 264 l/min for fast cycle times and excellent multi functioning capability on the JCB 437 wheeled loader.
The Cummins QSB 6.7-litre engine achieves maximum engine power (136Kw) and peak torque (841Nm) at low revs for excellent response. A variable geometry turbo gives increased performance at low engine speed for improved cycle times and tractive effort.
The selectable loader arm detents mean operators can set loader arm height limitations, return to dig and float functions. This wheel loader therefore enjoys improved safety and productivity.
The ROPS structure on the 437 wheel loader is redesigned; A pillars are the same width as the rear of the cab, providing a larger interior and panoramic front windscreen. Switches and auxiliary controls are now on the right-hand A-pillar.
As standard, the JCB 437 wheel loader is equipped with heated external mirrors that can be electronically adjusted from inside the cab. Convex mirrors are also available to give the best possible field of vision.
All controls are seat-mounted, even moving with the seat suspension. You can also select the control system that’s best for your operators: choose from single lever joystick or multi-lever configurations, all using electro-hydraulics for the ultimate in precision.
It’s eaIt’s easy to get to the engine on a new JCB 437 wheel loader with a large automatic opening single-piece bonnet. Accessing the diesel and DEF tanks is similarly straightforward via the lockable grille at the rear of the machine.
Heating and ventilation filters are conveniently located behind an external access panel. You can check washer fluid level, engine oil and coolant from inside the cab, with all other routine checks and grease points located at ground level.
Most Tier 4 Final/Stage IV engines use a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) that can cost a lot of money and time when it needs replacing. The Cummins engine is DPF-free, reducing your servicing and running costs.
Maximum Engine Power 136 kW
Operating Weight 15313 kg
Standard Bucket Capacity 2.7 m3