Liebherr Front Loaders: owner’s, service and maintenance manuals, error codes list, DTC, spare parts manuals & catalogues, wiring diagrams, schematics free download PDF
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Liebherr front loader Manuals PDF
Caterpillar and wheel loader types constitute Liebherr front loaders.
The operational weight of wheeled front loaders ranges from 5.1 to 31,3 tons, while engine power ranges from 46 to 250 kW. The bucket’s volume ranges from 0.8 to 11 cubic meters depending on the model.
The engine power of Liebherr-tracked front loaders ranges from 72 to 129 kilowatts. Consequently, this equipment’s bucket volume ranges from 1.2 to 12.4 cubic meters.
Every Liebherr front loader features a hydrostatic drive. In addition, they are fitted with environmentally friendly Liebherr diesel engines that are fuel-efficient.
The Liebherr wheel loader models L 506 through L 514 are the smallest in their class. These are known as stereo loaders. They are identified using the index “Stereo.” These versions are distinguished from other front loaders by combining a center oscillating half-frame articulation and a rear oscillating axle with guided wheels. In addition, because of the combination of oscillating articulated semi-frames and an oscillating rear axle, the cab and operator sway of these front loaders are decreased. The L 514 model is available with either Z- or parallelogram kinematics.
In the wood business, stereo loaders are utilized in earthmoving, gardening, landscaping, freight handling, and trash disposal.
All other Liebherr wheel loaders use an endlessly variable hydrostatic travel drive comprised of two hydraulic travel motors with no shifting gears.
In all operating situations, the L 524 2plus1 wheel loader responds easily to the needed travel speed and required tractive effort.
Wheel loaders are meant for earthmoving, building disassembly and demolition, garbage disposal, and steel industry applications.
The Liebherr-tracked front loaders have hydrostatic travel drives. The diesel engine is positioned behind the machine. This approach has effective Z-kinematics. Both tracks of the front loaders move independently and in a force-locked manner.
The application scope is the same as that of Liebherr wheel loaders. Additionally, track loaders are handy for tunneling.