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Bobcat E42, E45, E50, E55 Excavators

Tier 4-Final engines have been added to the the E42, E45, E50 and E55 M Series excavators.

January 10, 2014

Tier 4-Final engines have been added to the the E42, E45, E50 and E55 M Series excavators. An ultra-low particulate combusion design eliminates the need for a DPF. Models E50 and E55 have 12 percent more torque. A machine-protection system monitors engine coolant and oil temperatures, and it manages engine systems to reduce the possibility of shut down, Bobcat says. A redesigned cab includes forward-mount instrumentation. The previous instrumentation panel required the operator to turn to the side to engage the panel’s input switches; the new panel presents these buttons in front of the operator, where they are easier to identify and reach.

Bobcat Excavator Specifications

E42

  • Engine: 42.7 horsepower
  • Operating weight: 9,246 pounds
  • Dig depth: 10.5 feet
  • Reach at ground level: 17.3 feet
  • Bucket digging force: 9,183 lb.-ft.
  • Tail swing: Conventional

E45

  • Engine: 42.7 horsepower
  • Operating weight: 10,077 pounds
  • Dig depth: 10.8 feet
  • Reach at ground level: 18.6 feet
  • Bucket digging force: 7,650 lb.-ft.
  • Tail swing: Zero

E50

  • Engine: 49.8 horsepower
  • Operating weight: 10,677 pounds
  • Dig depth: 11.6 feet
  • Reach at ground level: 19.5 feet
  • Bucket digging force: 8,977 lb.-ft.
  • Tail swing: Minimal

E55

  • Engine: 49.8 horsepower
  • Operating weight: 12,271 pounds
  • Dig depth: 12.9 feet
  • Reach at ground level: 20 feet
  • Bucket digging force: 8,977 lb.-ft.
  • Tail swing: Conventional

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