Scheduled to debut at the 2009 World of Concrete, Liebherr’s R924 Compact Swing excavator sports the newly developed Liebherr D936S Tier 3-compliant diesel engine.
Liebherr R924 Compact Swing excavator sports the newly developed Liebherr D936S Tier 3-compliant diesel engine. Despite its compact body, the R924 is a full-size excavator rated at 163 horsepower, meaning the machine is suited to work in all terrains. But the 6-foot swing radius also enables the R924 to maneuver in tight spaces. Routine maintenance can be done easily thanks to all service points being centrally located and accessible from the ground; It also has an automatic lubrication system. Hydraulic quick-coupler system accepts attachments for grading, trenching, truck loading and more.
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