Tier 4-Final engines have been added to the the E42, E45, E50 and E55 M Series excavators.
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.
The EC350E excavator has an operating-weight range, depending on equipment, between 78,940 and 92,760 pounds
Three new Hyundai hydraulic excavators—R140LC-9A, R160LC-9A and R180LC-9A—have operating weights, respectively, of 30,820, 39,240, and 41,560 pounds.
Brushcat rotary cutter attachments are designed to help compact equipment operators cut overgrown grass, brush, and small trees, transforming the undergrowth into mulch.
Bobcat 600 frame-size models now use a 74-horsepower Tier 4-Final engine.