Compact excavator from Takeuchi provides productivity to jobsites with limited access
Takeuchi has introduced the TB225 compact hydraulic excavator, which features all steel construction and provides the operator with engine output that provides more power to increase productivity.
With an operating weight of 4,993 pounds, a dig depth of 8 feet 5.5 inches, maximum reach of 14 feet 4.2 inches, and a bucket breakout force of 4,339 pounds, the retractable undercarriage on the TB225 also allows the machine to easily navigate job sites with limited access.
The automatic fuel priming system, auto deceleration, and dual element air cleaner that are standard features for the 19.6 horsepower US EPA Final Tier 4 Yanmar engine, ensure the machine will always be operating in the most efficient and environmentally friendly way possible.
The TB225 has many features to make sites efficient and productive. Standard equipment includes a LCD multi-informational display, automatic load sensing two speed travel, pilot operated joystick controls, and a back fill blade with pin-on extensions. The large engine hoods provide ease of access for routine maintenance points.
The operator's station of the TB225 features a ROPS/TOPS/OPG protective structure, along with a suspension seat and adjustable arm rests, designed to keep the operator safe and comfortable.
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