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Sany expands line of compact excavators

Sany expands line of compact excavators

Sany unveiled four new compact excavators at CONEXPO 2017. Sany now offers seven excavators that are 10 USt or smaller.

The SY26U weighs in at 5,908 pounds. It is the smallest of the new excavators, but it still offers many of the same features that customers expect to find on much larger machines. The SY26U comes standard with a fully enclosed cab and auxiliary hydraulics down the arm. This zero-tail-swing excavator provides the perfect balance between extreme accessibility and high productivity.

The SY50 is a bigger machine at 11,905 pounds. It is designed for heavier work, but it still fits into tight spaces. The pivoting boom and zero-tail swing allow the SY50 to work close to walls and barriers.

The SY60 is a 13,448-pound excavator.  This larger machine still includes the pivoting boom.  As is typical with all Sany excavators, the SY60 has auxiliary hydraulics down the arm.  Scheduled maintenance tasks are made convenient with easily accessible service points and a detachable radiator screen.

The SY95 is the new heavyweight of the Sany compact line.  It weighs 20,238 pounds and comes with all the grunt of a medium-sized excavator.  The Sany-developed control system with load sensing hydraulics uses the perfect amount of engine power to ensure maximum speed and power under all operating conditions.

James Jarrell at Sany America said, “With the upcoming addition of four new utility excavator models, Sany Light Construction will deliver quality, value-priced machines to meet every need in the North American market."

Company info

318 Cooper Circle
Peachtree City, GA
US, 30269

Website:
sanyamerica.com

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