Models SK260-9, SK295-9 and SK350-9 Mark 9 excavators feature an upgrade to their intelligent hydraulics and have a new Economy power mode.
Models SK260-9, SK295-9 and SK350-9 Mark 9 excavators feature an upgrade to their intelligent hydraulics and have a new Economy power mode. With horsepower ratings of 181, 197 and 269, respectively, the machines offer the first selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emissions solution for excavators. The company says SCR will deliver more engine power and fuel efficiency. Operating weights range from 59,524 to 80,909 pounds, and dig depths vary from 23 feet to 24 feet 10 inches.
Extending an industry trend that targets lower-hour users with less expensive, base machines that stay under 75 horsepower to avoid DEF aftertreatment, Caterpillar has introduced the 313F L GC hydraulic excavator, a companion unit to the higher-spec'd 312E L.
The Cat 336F L XE Hybrid hydraulic excavator captures and reuses energy, delivering an estimated fuel savings of up to 20 percent compared with its standard 336 counterpart.
SK170 excavator is the smallest in Kobelco’s new Mark 9 series, with an operating weight of 38,656 pounds, a bucket digging force of 24,900 pounds, and a maximum dig depth of 21 feet 5 inches.
With an operating weight of 12,295 pounds, the 55SRx compact excavator is said to deliver the productivity of a larger machine while working in a footprint close to zero-tail-swing models.