Komatsu has upgraded its PC138USLC excavator to Dash 10, including a Tier 4-Interim Komatsu SAS4D95LE-6 engine delivering 93.5 horsepower.
Komatsu has upgraded its PC138USLC excavator to Dash 10, including a Tier 4-Interim Komatsu SAS4D95LE-6 engine delivering 93.5 horsepower. Operating weight ranges from 31,791 to 32,628 pounds. Improvements have been made in hydraulic efficiency, operator comfort, and simplified maintenance. A closed center load sensing hydraulic system utilizes both variable speed matching and low speed matching technology. The contoured ROPS certified cab with sliding door is specifically designed for the PC138ULSC-10. A new high-resolution, 7-inch LCD color monitor features enhanced capabilities and displays information in 25 languages for global support. Six working modes include Power Mode, Economy Mode, Heavy Lift Mode, Breaker Mode, Attachment Economy and Attachment Power. The radiator and hydraulic oil cooler are mounted side by side, and daily service checks are easier with wide access service doors.
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