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In December of , the first production Cat wheel loader was driven off the assembly line at the Caterpillar plant in Aurora, IL - the Wheel Traxcavator.

The , fitted with a 2-cubic yard (m³) bucket and available with either a horsepower (78 kW) gas or diesel engine, was the culmination of a seven-year development effort—and the beginning of Caterpillar's leadership in the worldwide market for mid-size wheel loaders. Caterpillar's year dominance in this market segment has hinged, simply, on customers recognizing the inherent value of the Cat Wheel Loader—its fundamental reliability and durability, coupled with exceptionally strong parts and service support.

The was joined in by two additional models, the horsepower (60 kW) model and the horsepower ( kW) model , using buckets of and cubic yards ( and m³), respectively. A Caterpillar press release stated "these machines are operated by conveniently located controls, have a two-speed forward/two-speed reverse power-shift transmission and attain a maximum reverse speed of 30 mph."

The release also quoted W. S. Zeigler, domestic sales manager, who summed up Caterpillar's goal for developing the new wheel-loader line: "These new Traxcavators will enable operators to perform their work quickly and well, and give them safer working conditions."

Time changes most everything, but the basic qualities Mr. Zeigler noted about the first Cat wheel loaders have remained constant through 50 years of continual refinement and through the placement of more than , Cat Medium Wheel Loaders in the hands of customers.

Although the Cat Wheel Loader line today ranges from the horsepower (kW) B to the 1,horsepower (1 kW) F, the eight-model lineup of Medium Wheel Loaders—H, IT38H, H, H, IT62H, H, H and H—remains the foundation of the line and serves the largest market segment. These models offer standard buckets from 3 to 8 cubic yards ( to m³), can be fitted with a diversity of work tools and take on the toughest jobs in applications as varied as material handling, scrap yards, quarries and forestry.

Developing new products in the s was a long, laborious process, necessitating many prototype models and thousands of hours of in-the-dirt testing. Today, of course, the power of computer-aided design allows testing virtual prototypes, and today's engineers can perform more evaluation in hours than could their s counterparts in months of field testing.

But the basic philosophy of Caterpillar's product development process has not changed; when designing the , engineers asked customers what features they wanted in wheel loaders—and Caterpillar engineers are still asking that question. The engineers learned, for instance, that wheel-loader users wanted loader arms and hydraulic cylinders positioned forward of the operator's compartment. Good idea—because the side-mounted loader arms of the day's competitive designs brushed past the operator's elbows with every bucket load.

Front-mounted lift arms were included in the 's design and became a Caterpillar exclusive. Through the decades, the design of Cat Medium Wheel Loaders has reflected customer input and the best technology to yield efficient, durable, safe machines that operate at low-costs.

The 's pre-combustion-chamber diesel engine, for example, gave way in the early s to more efficient direct-injection engines, then to electronically controlled engines, and finally to the Cat ACERT diesels that deliver a combination of fuel efficiency, emissions control and power density that s engineers would have thought impossible.

Likewise, early-loader hydraulic systems, using gear-type pumps and mechanical controls, have been refined into the Cat Medium Wheel Loaders' extraordinarily efficient load-sensing systems that use variable-displacement pumps and Caterpillar-designed pressure-compensating valves to reduce horsepower draw and save fuel. In the cab, long-throw hydraulic control levers gave way to lower-effort pilot controls, then to intuitive electro-hydraulic joysticks that provide Cat machines with precise hydraulic response in all operating situations.

The list goes on: Caterpillar was an early pioneer of articulated steering, using proprietary center-hinge designs that greatly improved maneuverability—and today's optional Command Control Steering allows lock-to-lock articulation through just ± 70 degrees of wheel turn. The 's drum brakes gave way to more efficient disc brakes, then to internal multiple-disc brakes in the Cat Four-Piece Axle, which is an exclusive component in every Medium Wheel Loader.

Power-shift transmissions, once controlled by mechanical linkage, are now electronically managed and feature Variable Shift Control to match gear-change patterns to the application. Belt-driven cooling fans have given way to fuel-saving on-demand fans; loader linkages have been strengthened and simplified; and the stark operator stations of early loaders are now the ultimate in operator comfort, convenience and safety (even allowing hands-off operation when the optional Aggregate AutoDig system automates the loading process).

And compared to the , today's Cat Medium Wheel Loaders really do think for themselves. The exclusive Cat Monitoring System continually checks machine health; Product Link, a satellite-based system, provides two-way information exchange between onboard machine systems and the Caterpillar Network Operations Center; and the Equipment Manager System places Product Link data on the owner's computer screen, allowing efficient management of machine utilization, maintenance/repair decisions and security risks.

W. S. Zeigler's words are still true of Cat Medium Wheel Loaders; these machines still "enable operators to perform their work quickly and well, and give them safer working conditions." Today's machines also still deliver the essential reliability and durability that has been the hallmark of Cat Wheel Loaders from the very start—and today's machines, building on the persistent refinement of their predecessors, continue to add even greater value for the operator, the owner—and the environment.

H Rounds Out Strong Cat® Compact Wheel Loader Lineup

The new Cat® H, the latest addition to the Cat Compact Wheel Loader range, fits between the popular H and H models to give buyers even more choices. The new net horsepower (kW) model features a skid steer loader style coupler, auxiliary hydraulic system, Cat C diesel engine, two-speed hydrostatic drive, standard differential locks in both axles, parallel-lift Z-bar loader linkage and high-visibility operator's station. Optional features—including high-flow hydraulics, ride control and speeder transmission—further enhance the H's performance and versatility in a diversity of landscaping, industrial and general-construction applications. The hydraulically actuated skid-steer-loader-type coupler, which the H shares with the H and H, allows use of many of the hydro-mechanical work tools that customers presently own for Cat Skid Steer, Multi-Terrain and Compact Track Loaders. This capability expands the H's versatility and allows the machine to be easily integrated into existing small-equipment fleets. Standard auxiliary hydraulics, proportional third-function valve and continuous-flow capability provide a complete control package for work tools such as trenchers and stump grinders. The optional gpm (L/min) high-flow system handles the most demanding tools—cold planers and snow blowers, for example. Like its H and H counterparts, the new H features articulated steering for precise maneuvering and axle oscillation for positive traction in rough terrain. For added traction in poor underfoot conditions, differential locks (in both axles) can be engaged on the move to reduce wheel spin and tire wear. With parallel-lift Z-bar loader linkage, the fork-equipped H places loads surely and precisely, and when fitted with its cubic yard ( m³) bucket, the H works aggressively and has ample dump clearance. In all applications, the Tiercompliant Cat C engine delivers smooth power, excellent fuel economy and long life.

Operator amenities, serviceability and options

Any of the three operator stations available for the H—canopy, Comfort Cab or Deluxe Cab—ensures safety and comfort. An optional air ride seat combined with low-effort steering and pilot controls reduce operator fatigue and provide convenient, intuitive operation. The multi-functional joystick provides basic lift and tilt functions, as well as controls for selecting travel direction, travel speed, third-function hydraulics, continuous flow or activating the differential lock. The roomy H cabs are 5 inches higher than the H cab, providing expansive visibility to work tools and the surrounding work area. To encourage good routine maintenance, the H has a high-opening engine hood and side service doors that allow easy, ground-level access to all major components and service points. The articulating hydraulic-oil cooler gives ready access to the radiator, and both are easily cleaned. Vertical, spin-on filters (engine-oil, hydraulic and fuel) are replaced quickly with no spillage, and S.O.S. valves and pressure taps are conveniently located in the engine compartment. The H's capability to handle hydro-mechanical work tools is enhanced with an optional wiring harness that permits fourth-function control (broom angling, for instance). In addition, an available creeper feature, complete with hand throttle, allows the operator to easily maintain consistent, slow ground speed, while the work tool runs at high speed for efficient production. The optional speeder transmission, which adds a two-range gearbox to the drive train, provides travel speeds to mph (35 km/h) and incorporates hydraulically actuated, oil-immersed disc brakes in the front axle. Available ride control cushions boom-cylinder movement during load-and-carry operations, resulting in a smoother ride for the operator and less material spillage. For more information about the Cat H Compact Wheel Loader, customers should contact a local Cat® dealer or visit

H Basic Specifications

Engine power, net
70 hp (52 kW)
Operating weight
12, lb (5 kg)
Bucket capacity (GP)
yd³ ( m³)
Wheel Base
85 in (2 mm)
Fuel tank capacity
gal (78 L)

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New Cat Compact Wheel Loaders Deliver Added Performance

The Cat  compact wheel loader features a Cat C engine delivering hp. - Photo: Caterpillar

Caterpillar has added three new models to the Cat M Series Compact Wheel Loader lineup: , , and , the latter replacing the M. New options are available, and certain features available only as options on former models are now standard. All the new models are available in a high-lift configuration, and the and are available in an aggregate-handling configuration.

Among the design changes is a new engine for all three models; the Cat C replaces the C, and with the new engine, all models get a horsepower boost. Also new for the and is an available rotary-sensor-kickout system with both fork and bucket settings. The new dual-setting feature is now included in the ’s standard kickout system. Additional rear guarding is now available for the and , and new auxiliary hydraulic lines are available when the three- or four-valve option is selected. Other new options include a reversing fan, LED working and under-hood lights, Fusion coupler for the , and USB ports in the cab.

The new Cat C engine has the same torque performance as the previous Cat , and also provides a modest increase in rated gross power, increasing from to hp for the and , and from to hp for the Caterpillar estimates up to 5% gains in fuel-efficiency with the new engine, and the C meets U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emission standards. Fuel-tank capacity also is increased by gallons for the new loaders, allowing extended work cycles.

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Cat announces 3 new compact wheel loader models

Amp Robotics, a Denver-based manufacturer of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics technologies for the recycling industry, has announced plans to add a new facility in Colorado that will be dedicated to the increased production of its robotics systems. According to a news release from Amp Robotics, the company plans to double the size of its engineering innovation lab to develop new AI and robotic applications for the recycling industry. Amp says it plans to release a series of new products and performance features in the coming months to help further automate material recovery facilities (MRFs) and make recycling more efficient. 

The company also announced that it has hit the milestone of processing 1 billion recyclables using its technology over 12 months ending March Amp reports that the “1 billion” milestone means that Amp’s technology has specifically removed 1 billion individual recyclable items from many other materials in the waste and recycling stream.

The company reports that its Amp Neuron AI platform uses computer vision and machine learning to recognize different colors, textures, shapes, sizes, patterns and even brand labels to identify exactly what the material is and whether it is recyclable. The tool guides robots to consistently perform sorting tasks about two times as quickly as human sorters. The technology can recover plastics, cardboard, paper, metals, cartons and other recyclables. 

The company also says demand for its AI and robotics products has been strong in the first quarter of

“Revenue is up more than 50 percent, and our project pipeline continues to grow rapidly due to market adoption of our technology and the value it creates for our customers,” says Matanya Horowitz, Amp Robotics founder and chief executive officer.

“We also marked a very important company milestone: identifying, sorting, and picking our 1 billionth piece of material over the last 12 months," he adds. "This achievement demonstrates the productivity, precision and reliability of our AI application for the recycling industry. It also represents a meaningful environmental metric in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by approximately half a million metric tons.”

During the COVID pandemic, recycling has been classified as an essential service by the Department of Homeland Security. Amp Robotics reports that demand for its technology has accelerated as recycling businesses consider automation as they navigate labor shortages and ensure employees aren’t in harm’s way. 

Joe Benedetto, president of Virginia-based Recycling & Disposal Solutions, says his company deployed Amp’s robotic systems prior to the COVID pandemic, helping his facility to better weather the pandemic. 

“We’re fully operational and can handle the heavier volumes of recyclables driven by shelter-in-place orders and rapidly changing consumer behavior,” Benedetto says. “We’re meeting the increased demand for paper and cardboard while protecting our employees and controlling costs.”

Amp appoints VP of international sales

Amp Robotics

Amp Robotics also has appointed Marcel Vallen to serve as the company's vice president of international sales. He will be responsible for sales and business development efforts in new geographies and establishing a global sales strategy. 

“Welcoming Marcel to the team is key to our strategic growth plans, including in Europe and other international markets,” Horowitz says. “Marcel has a deep understanding of the challenges faced by the recycling industry both domestically and abroad, as well as the opportunities and value created by innovative and technology-driven solutions like ours.”

Vallen has more than 35 years of recycling and waste management experience. His background spans the design and build of MRF systems commercialization and general management of facilities around the world. Most recently he served as CEO of Denver-based Komptech Americas and Denver-based Plexus Recycling Technologies where he helped to bring in the ZenRobotics Recycler robotic waste sorting systems to the U.S. 

“Smarter, more efficient recycling that produces reusable commodities is the future of the industry,” Vallen says. “Amp is at the forefront of helping recyclers modernize and automate their operations with the help of artificial intelligence and robotics, and I’m eager to advance these efforts by driving increased demand for our solutions in new and existing markets.”

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Cat compact wheel loaders are designed and engineered to get more done in less time, even in the toughest conditions. The new lineup features a range of models configurable for material handling, snow removal, road construction, landscaping, agriculture and many other applications. These versatile machines deliver high performance and optimal versatility utilizing a variety of work tool attachments.

Our new compact wheel loaders for sale offer improved fuel economy and simplified service requirements to lower long-term operating costs. These cutting-edge machines run cleaner and quieter than previous generations without sacrificing power and performance. No matter how challenging the job or the environment, your Cat compact wheel loaders will consistently answer the call.

Other benefits of new M Series compact wheel loaders include:

  • Model options to suit all different jobs and project specifications
  • Large, spacious cabs and intuitive controls that keep operators fresh and engaged all shift long
  • Updated Z-bar loader design for improved visibility and enhanced safety and productivity
  • Self-adjusting hydrostatic drive for a smoother operating, longer-lasting powertrain
  • Quick coupling with Cat work tools to tackle multiple tasks with a single machine
  • Unique code profiles and settings for a customized operator experience

Buying New Compact Wheel Loaders From Your Local Cat Dealer

When you choose to purchase genuine Cat equipment, you benefit from the quality and capabilities of the worldwide industry leader. Cat compact loaders feature cutting-edge technologies for real-time monitoring and data analysis to find ways for you to operate more efficiently. Models are manufactured using the highest quality parts and materials and feature replaceable components to extend the life of your fleet.

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  • Operator training opportunities and inspection and emissions support

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