Two models mark the first of two waves of Dash-5 excavator introductions—the ZX290LC-5 and ZX870LC-5.
Two models mark the first of two waves of Dash-5 excavator introductions—the ZX290LC-5 and ZX870LC-5. Four more will be coming later this summer with additional machines to follow. Features include improved hydraulics, arm digging force, bucket digging force, lift capacity, swing speed, swing torque, hydraulic flow, engine horsepower and drawbar pull. Extended frame houses updated cooling components and Tier 4-I Isuzu engines. Multifunction monitor provides enhanced diagnostic features.
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.
ZX180LC-5 excavator from Hitachi has a boom/arm configuration that provides greater lift capacity than its smaller sibling, the ZX160LC-5, and it has a wider undercarriage for more stability.
EX5600-6 excavator has increased production capacity without a significant increase in its footprint, according to Hitachi.