Sany SY335LC Excavator Delivers High Productivity, Low Cost of Ownership
The largest of five Sany standard excavator models, the SY335LC offers a bucket breakout force of 49,458 lbf (220 kN) and a dig depth of 24 ft 2 in (7,377 mm).
The SY335LC excavator features precision hydraulic controls for accurate, productive work in demanding applications, including trenching and demolition. Standard two-way auxiliary hydraulics provide power for popular attachments such as thumb-grapples and hammers.
With an overall weight of 79,860 lb. (36 224 kg), the Sany SY335LC features a fuel-efficient, 290-hp (216-kW) Cummins QSL9 Tier 4 Interim-certified engine. Positive-control Kawasaki hydraulics with 34.3 MPa system pressure provide excellent reliability, outstanding control and high operational efficiency.
“The SANY SY335LC excavator gives contractors a powerful, reliable excavator built on the promise of delivering a machine with an outstanding cost-of-ownership value proposition,” said Eric Teague (title).
“Our suggested pricing for the SY335LC, combined with low operating and fuel costs, gives contractors a competitive advantage in bidding for projects. These factors, along with the machine’s simple maintenance requirements, also make the SY335LC an ideal choice for rental operators.”
Machine Combines Productivity and Affordability
Standard features on the Sany SY335LC excavator include a 2-1/2-yd3 (1.9-m3) general purpose bucket, two-way auxiliary hydraulics and a pattern-control change valve to maximize operator productivity. Large box-section track frames, thick-plate single-sheet mainframe and massive swing bearing deliver solid durability.
The cab features maximum interior space to boost operator comfort and productivity, and reduce fatigue. With visibility to the front, sides and rear, the roomy workspace provides easy access to controls and machine operation information.
Ground level access to nearly all key service points makes inspection, service and maintenance quick and easy.
SANY excavators feature low overall owner operating costs, ease of operation, low operating noise and solid excavator performance.