Equipment Type

 Crawler Excavators

A Crawler Excavator are utilitarian machines that can dig trenches, load trucks, lift pipe, and handle attachments, such as hydraulic breakers, shears, and grapples. These machines range in size from the "mini" that fits through a back-yard gate, to those in mining applications and have operating weights of a quarter million pounds or more.

Crawler Excavators Products

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Three 20-ton-size-class excavators (320 GC, 320, and 323) have combinations of features aimed at three different user groups with different productivity and cost targets.

Three 20-ton-size-class excavators (320 GC, 320, and 323) have combinations of features aimed at three different user groups with different productivity and cost targets.

Takeuchi TB235­2 compact excavator has an operating weight of 7,474 pounds

The TB235­2 compact excavator has an operating weight of 7,474 pounds

Case CX30C is a new addition to the C Series line of mini excavators

The CX30C is a new addition to the Case C Series line of mini excavators, having an operating weight of 6,020 pounds

The 2.7-ton EC27D compact excavator has a Volvo D1.1A Tier 4-F engine with passive regeneration and more than 9,600 pounds of digging force.

The 2.7-ton EC27D compact excavator has a Volvo D1.1A Tier 4-F engine with passive regeneration and more than 9,600 pounds of digging force.

Hyundai HX130LCR excavaro has a standard operating weight of 29,750 pounds

The HX130LCR uses a 73.6-horsepower Perkins 854F Tier 4-F engine and has a standard operating weight of 29,750 pounds

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For an upcoming Buying File feature on excavators, we asked OEMs if they thought you were properly using all the technology provided. What we heard...
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