Komatsu’s PC130-11 excavator provides entry level durability and reliability in a small package
Built to be easily transported from job to job, the 97.2 HP conventional tail swing excavator is a great option for utility work or small construction jobs.
The 28,660 lb (13,000 kg), PC130-11 provides customers fast loading cycles and high productivity. With steel castings in the boom foot, boom nose, and arm tip, the new machine also offers long-term durability.
Later this year, when the PC130-11 becomes commercially available in North America, it will be backed by Komatsu CARE complimentary factory-scheduled maintenance for the first 3 years or 2000 hours.
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