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    New Kobelco 7-tonne and 8-tonne excavators deliver 27% fuel savings

    Kobelco Construction Machinery Australia Pty Ltd

    Kobelco Construction Machinery Australia announces the launch of two new excavators designed for greater fuel efficiency, performance and productivity.
    Delivering fuel savings of up to 27% and featuring the industry leading low noise iNDR system, Kobelco’s two new excavator models, the SK75SR-3 and SK85MSR-3 are ideal for heavy digging and lifting as well as finessing, particularly in confined areas.
    Replacing the previous Series 2 models, Kobelco’s 7-tonne SK75SR-3 and 8-tonne SK85MSR-3 feature a new ECO mode for enhanced fuel efficiency. Like all Kobelco excavators, the new models can be operated in H or S mode as well as the new ECO mode. H mode is for heavy digging and high productivity while S mode offers standard digging with fuel savings.
    According to Doug McQuinn, Kobelco Australia Brand Leader, the new excavators also deliver fuel savings when working in either H or S mode with a 6% fuel reduction over the previous model SK80MSR-2 in H mode and a 13% reduction in S mode.
    The excavator cabs are designed for operator comfort with Kobelco’s unique iNDR (integrated Noise and Dust Reduction) engine cooling system delivering quiet operation while a stronger door lock on both models keeps the dust out of the cab.
    Key features of Kobelco SK75SR-3 and SK85MSR-3 excavators:

    • Two variable displacement pumps deliver improved performance and productivity
    • Built to perform, even when fully loaded or during operations on graded sites
    • 6% improvement in travel torque and 10% improvement in steering performance even when working at grades of up to 14º
    • Wider glass panel on the right side assures visibility
    • Kobelco’s iNDR system delivers quiet operation at just 93dB(A) (external)
    • Left boom swing angle modified from 50º to 62º in SK85MSR-3 for greater bucket visibility
    • Reduced tail swing on SK85MSR-3 model ideal for confined space operation

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