Volvo has added two models to its D Series wheeled excavator line: the EW180D and EW210D, weighing 19.9 and 25.1 tons, respectively.
Volvo has added two models to its D Series wheeled excavator line: the EW180D and EW210D, weighing 19.9 and 25.1 tons, respectively. Upgrades include 173-horsepower Tier 4-Interim Volvo engines that work in harmony with intelligent, advanced hydraulics and well-matched components, Volvo says. A new ECO mode and an automatic idling and shutdown system aid fuel efficiency. Excavators come with a mono boom and a two-piece boom, a high-torque swing motor, and optional increased counterweights. Volvo CareTrack telematics system is standard.
Models M314F and M316F wheeled excavators have 141-horsepower, Tier 4 Cat C4.4 ACERT engines, and the M322F has a 169-horsepower, Tier 4 Cat 7.1 ACERT engine.
The new EW65 and EW100 wheeled excavators feature more powerful engines, reduced turning radii, increased digging depths and simplified operation.
The Volvo EC750E hydraulic excavator is powered by a Volvo Tier 4-Final D16 engine and provides 502 horsepower.
The 60-ton-capacity A60H is Volvo Construction Equipment’s largest articulated hauler to date, designed for heavy hauling in severe off-road operations, including quarries, opencast mines and large earth-moving operations.