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.
DX140W-5, DX190W-5 and DX210W-5 wheeled excavators (132, 168, and 186 horsepower, respectively) replace the company’s “dash-3” Tier 4-Interim models.
The Discovery Series excavators are mounted on Freightliner M2 chassis, with frames bulked up to handle the bending stress of excavator operations.
The 22-ton EC220E crawler excavator has a 172-horsepower, Tier 4-Final Volvo D6 engine that delivers 5 percent better fuel efficiency compared with the C Series predecessor.
Models L60H, L70H, and L90H wheel loaders meet Tier 4-Final standards with a Volvo D6J diesel that delivers 165, 170, and 184 horsepower, respectively.