The PC170LC-10 excavator replaces the company’s PC160LC-8.
The PC170LC-10 excavator replaces the company’s PC160LC-8. With operating weights from 38,100 to 41,600 pounds, the machine has a 115-horsepower Komatsu SAA4D107E-2 engine that meets Tier 4-Interim requirements and is up to 10 percent more fuel-efficient, the company says. A diesel oxidation catalyst uses passive regeneration without the need for a diesel particulate filter. Hydraulic pump, motors and valves are also Komatsu-made, and the closed center load-sensing system uses both variable-speed and low-speed matching technology, the company says.
Weighing in at 106,924 pounds in log-loader configuration, the Komatsu PC390LL-10 has a new Oregon OSHA ROPS/OPS/FOPS/TOPS/WBC certified forestry cab and features a swing system and undercarriage components from the next-size-larger Komatsu excavator.
Using a 65.5-horsepower Tier 4-Final engine, the Komatsu PC88-MR-10 hydraulic excavator is designed, says the company, to bridge the gap between compact and construction-size models.