Wacker Neuson


A high-performance machine that surprises with its compact design and manoeuvrability
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Digging depth
3757 mm
L x W x H
6128 x 1950 x 2478 mm
Max dumping height
3993 mm


Tracked conventional excavator ET65: The most powerful in its class

The ET65 is the excavator users want. A high-performance machine that surprises with its compact design and manoeuvrability. The strong excavation performance thanks to high digging forces and the powerful engine are additional plus points that make the excavator an all-rounder on the construction site.


Tracked conventional excavator ET65

Powerful drive system with LUDV

Quick working cycles and more flexible applications thanks to the powerful drive system in combination with a load-sensing hydraulic system (LUDV) make controlling the excavator comfortable and fatigue-free. Irrespective of the load to be moved, the control movements on the joystick stay the same. Along with increased operating comfort, this results in a performance plus while simultaneously reducing consumption.


Articulated boom

  • The articulated boom provides more manoeuvrability and therefore greater freedom of action. Because the additional joint permits the bucket to be pulled right up to the travel gear or the dozer blade. Ideal when narrow spaces need to be accessed or an obstacle has to be moved out of the way. The excavator also features a greater dump height and even greater digging depth.


Tracked conventional excavator ET65

Up to 4 additional control circuits ex work

Thanks to the optional additional control circuits, our excavators can be equipped with a variety of attachments. Thus, in no time, application options are increased, which raises the utilization of the excavator



3-point kinematics

With 3-point kinematics, conventional bucket linkage has been taken to a new level. This “3-bolt” design extends the bucket’s angle of rotation to 200 degrees – 10% more than conventional bucket linkage. This increases the vertical dig depth as well as the digging forces. It is therefore no longer necessary to reposition the excavator as often, significantly increasing efficiency.


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