The Schäffer 5470 Z articulating wheel loader was designed specifically for the high demands of the forestry, construction, waste/recycle, government, and mulch and stone yard industries. This wheel loader is the perfect combination of strength, size, and maneuverability. The 5470 Z has the tipping load of a full-size wheel loader, but in a compact body, opening a whole new range of possibilities.
THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF BREAKOUT AND LIFTING FORCE
With the Schäffer 5470 Z, the 61 hp (or 75 hp) Deutz engine and compact dimensions allow this loader to not only offer more power than other wheel loaders in its class but also boasts the strongest thrust and lifting performance ever delivered by a Schäffer loader in the 4 Tier and Stage V class. The strong Z kinematics on the tool cylinder ensures high breakout force.
EXTRA MUSCLE IN A COMPACT SIZE – THE SCHÄFFER 5470 Z
- With a maximum bucket pivot height of 10 ft 8 in and tipping load of over 7,000 lbs* — all in a high-performing compact body — there is just no comparison in Schäffer’s compact articulated wheel loader world.
*Tipping load of 7,275 lbs. with bucket, straight, acc. to ISO 8313
COMFORT, ERGONOMICS, & EFFICIENCY SYSTEMS
- In addition to the exceptional all-around and attachment visibility that characterizes all Schäffer loaders, the 5470 Z comes with either an open-air ROPS (Rollover Protective Structure) or an optional air-conditioned/heated enclosed cab.
The following special features come standard in the Schäffer 5470 Z:
High Traction Force (HTF) automatically regulates the thrust so the loader can supply the highest possible thrust, even in a high gear.
Schäffer Power Transmission (SPT) is an electronically-controlled autodrive that adapts to the torque properties of the diesel motor, allowing for lower fuel consumption, easier start up on slopes and “Cruise Control” function via an optional potentiometer.
(Standard tire option highlighted in red)
|DIMENSION||LOADER WIDTH (in)*||TREAD OPTIONS|
|400/70-18||68.5 – 71.7||MPT, A608|
*Measurements vary based on rim offset configurations.
Tire dimensions and additional equipment can change the operating weight, tipping load, and payload.