The Bobcat Zero Tail Swing (ZTS) E20 compact excavator is equipped with 13.9-horsepower engine. It replaces the 324 excavator model and features an automatic slew brake. Available options include auto-shift drive and a fingertip auxiliary boom swing control. It has a maximum reach of 14 feet, dig depth of 8 feet 6 inches and dump height of 8 feet 8 inches. With the E20 the rear of the house stays within the width of the tracks through full rotation, allowing operators to work flush against a structure to help minimize damaging nearby objects.
The CX55B minimum tail swing model (recently certified Tier 4 Final) is designed for lift capacity, digging force and operator comfort. With a 37.4 horsepower engine and an operating weight of 11,312 pounds, the CX55B offers enough size and power to tackle a variety of construction applications. The machine’s large boom and arm offers greater reach, 11,128 foot-pounds of bucket digging force and a digging depth of 12 feet, 10 inches. Meanwhile, its compact size and cab height of 8 feet, 4 inches make it easy to transport between jobsites.
The Doosan DX63-3 compact conventional tail swing excavator provides operators with 11.6 inches of tail swing overhang. The additional tail swing improves the 6.3-metric-ton excavator’s slew performance when working on slopes. With an operating weight of 13,779 pounds and a bucket digging force of 9,731 foot-pounds, the 58.6-net-horsepower compact excavator is designed to dig to depths of 13 feet 6 inches. Additional features include a blade float feature that enables operators to smoothly grade, level or backfill materials; an auto-shift drive system that automatically transitions between high range and low range; and auto idle to help reduce fuel consumption.
The 100C-1 is based on the frame of the recently released 8.6 metric ton 86C-1 compact machine, but with a more powerful engine, larger dig end and increased hydraulic capacity to boost performance. The machine is powered by a JCB Diesel by Kohler engine delivering 74 hp. Longer digging equipment provides the 100C-1 with a maximum digging depth of 15 feet, a dump height of 18 feet 6 inches and a reach at ground level of 24 feet 4 inches. A patented reduced loss hydraulic system operates with reduced back pressure, eliminating parasitic losses. The hydraulic system puts less demand on the engine, reducing fuel consumption.
The 17G and 26G incorporate a 14.5 hp and 20.0 hp Final Tier 4/EU Stage IV diesel engine without the complexity of an aftertreatment system. The 26G (pictured) utilizes the same operator’s station as its 35G brethren (open station or cab with heat only). The hinge portion of the door design was simplified to provide better visibility while the door width was increased by more than three inches. The new cab has a front window that is two inches wider and six inches taller. The 17G cab remains unchanged. A new third service door on both excavators provides improved access to the cooling core and other daily checkpoints.
The KX040-4 features Kubota’s Hydraulic 6-in-1 Blade. The blade’s capacity has increased almost 0.75 cubic yards over the standard blade, and now enables six different positions: left-end up, right-end up, left-end forward, right-end forward, raised, and lowered. By moving the dozer lever, operators can angle the blade right or left to push soil aside while the machine moves forward, eliminating the need for repetitive right-angle positioning while backfilling trenches. The operator can command all six functions simultaneously.
The TB216 compact hydraulic excavator features a 15 horsepower Yanmar Tier 4 Final engine. The excavator has an operating weight of 3,900 pounds, and features a retractable undercarriage. The undercarriage has a two-speed planetary travel motor that delivers a maximum 2.6 mph travel speed and comes with an automatic shift down feature for greater drive torque when turning or pushing. The 9-inch-wide track helps provide a low ground pressure of only 4.3 psi for working on sensitive surfaces. For backfilling and cleanup, the dozer blade is equipped with bolt-on extensions that can be removed to reduce the overall width of the machine to only 38.6 inches when the tracks are retracted.
Weighing in at 3,800 pounds, the TC16 compact excavator (pictured) offers a dig depth of 7 feet 3 inches and a maximum reach of 12 feet 10 inches. It has a bucket capacity of 0.74 – 3.2 cubic feet. Weighing in at 6,450 pounds, the TC29 compact excavator achieves a maximum dig depth of 9 feet 10 inches and a maximum reach of 16 feet 5 inches. This unit’s bucket capacity ranges from 1.34 - 3.88 cubic feet. Broad rubber tracks are designed for excellent traction and low ground pressure. The Knickmatik boom system on the TC16 and TC29 allows for work close to walls, as well as drive parallel to a trench or drain.
The new D-Series compact excavator from Volvo Construction Equipment features a Volvo D0.9A Tier 4 Final engine that is 10 percent more fuel-efficient when equipped with the auto engine shutdown option. Maximum lifting capacity reaches 1,195 pounds at ground level with the blade down. The EC20D also has a hydraulically extendable undercarriage that can be extended or retracted to suit jobsite requirements and fit through tight spaces. The boom is slightly offset to the left to help maintain visibility in tight spaces.
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