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    Kobelco introduces new mini excavators for trades and rental market

    Kobelco Construction Machinery Australia Pty Ltd

    Kobelco Construction Machinery Australia Pty Ltd announces the launch of a new range of mini excavators to suit the needs of the trades and the equipment hire market.

    Kobelco’s General Manager - Sales & Service, Doug McQuinn explains that the four new Kobelco models in their mini excavator range have been engineered specifically for ease of operation and servicing.

    Construction equipment hired out to companies need to be operator-friendly and enable easy servicing as the machines are not used every day and are often operated in tight spaces. Even for tradespeople, using an excavator is just one of the many jobs they do on the site and they may not have sufficient experience operating the equipment.

    Both rental companies and trades need equipment that’s quick and easy to learn, and nimble to operate. Doug says the new compact Kobelco models are suited for applications from plumbing and electrics to landscaping.

    The 1.7 tonne SK17SR

    Features include hydraulic retractable side frames for nimble tracking; and self-cleaning mechanism of the frame forcibly discharging mud to prevent malfunction in the variable undercarriage.

    The 2 tonne SK20R

    Features include guards on all cylinders and boom lights positioned on the underside of the boom to prevent damage caused by contact.

    The 1 tonne SK008

    Design features include a variable undercarriage that allows the left and right tracks to rise and lower independently to correct the machine’s angle on slopes and uneven terrain; crawler width adjustable to 680mm allowing the unit to fit through standard doorways; undercarriage designed to automatically eject dirt build-up on retraction; and folding ROPS canopy.

    The 2.6 tonne SK25SR

    Key features include superior lifting capacity; maximum digging force; higher hydraulic flow for attachments; lightweight design allowing transportation on a trailer even with additional attachments; and a reclining operator’s seat providing a comfortable working environment for the operator.

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