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Engine upgrade and cab redesign

The C-series 2 mobile excavators are equipped with a new Perkins common rail Stage IIIA engine with an output of 96 kW/131 hp. The common rail engine also has a 19 percent higher torque than the predecessor. This gives the operator more power to work with even at low rpm. The greater engine power at low rpm results in less noise and vibration, which can be felt both inside and outside the cab. This is especially advantageous when working in the city where noise levels are often a concern. The cab has been re-designed with the lights integrated in the roof line. Operator comfort has been specifically improved in a number of ways with a new comfortable, all-ergonomic mechanically suspended seat (air-suspension is available as option), and the machines now feature an air conditioning system as standard. A new viscoelastic engine suspension minimizes vibration and noise. Both armrest and joystick are also newly designed. The armrest is multi-adjustable and can be individually adapted to the operator. The joystick makes it possible to activate a number of functions, depending on the choice of equipment. The M1400C and M1700C models, at 15.4 tons and 18.3 tons respectively, are compact machines with a small turning radius. The M1520C model, at 16.6 tons, is traditionally built for output capacity.

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1200 Northmeadow Parkway, Ste 180
Roswell, GA
US, 30076


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