The 100C-1 is a 10-metric-ton conventional-tail-swing compact excavator based on the frame of the recently released 8.6-metric-ton 86C-1 compact machine, but with a more powerful engine, larger dig end and increased hydraulic capacity to boost performance.
Key features include a 30-degree tilting cab for service access, 500-hour greasing intervals, and 100-percent steel bodywork.
The 100C-1 is powered by a Tier 4-Final JCB Diesel by Kohler engine delivering 74 horsepower. This drives through Bosch Rexroth hydraulic valves and Nachi slew motors and track drives.
With an operating weight of 21,458 pounds, the machine shares the same width and height over the cab as the lighter 85Z-1/86C-1, with an 18-inch rear overhang, 4 inches larger than the 8.6-metric-ton machine. This additional bodywork provides space for the more powerful engine, with increased hydraulic pump capacity, and larger hydraulic cylinders resulting in a maximum bucket breakout force of 16,231 lb.-ft. and a dipper arm breakout force of 9,510 lb.-ft.