The first zero-tail-swing mini-excavator developed by Hyundai, the R35Z-7 is equipped with an offset boom for digging flush up against obstructions such as walls or hedges. Yet, despite the machine's compact design, the cab provides as much space as a standard-configuration machine of comparable size, according to the company. At about 8,000 pounds, or more than 3.5 metric tons, the excavator offers a digging depth of 10 feet 4 inches and dumping height of 11 feet 4 inches. A three-stage hydraulic pump allows three work movements to be performed independently by the R35Z-7, which is powered by a 26-horsepower Yanmar engine.
Staff | September 28, 2010