Bauma 2022: Komatsu to exhibit electric equipment

By Lewis Tyler27 September 2022

Komatsu is to bring 27 of its machines to Bauma 2022, with technology, electric equipment and the future of its range of wheeled loaders all key topics for the company.

The PC4000 excavator Bauma represents an opportunity to get up close to Komatsu’s PC4000 excavator. (Photo: Komatsu)

From its stand, Komatsu will showcase the PC4000 electric mining excavator, D71 dozer and the PC88MR-11 midi excavator, alongside other key product offerings.

According to the Japan-headquartered company, the PC4000 comes with enhanced machine control thanks to KomVision, a cabin monitor that allows users to have a full view of the machine and its surroundings.

It is also said to provide operators with the ability to select one of the cameras for a detailed view of a required area through a 254mm touch panel.

The D71 dozer, which the company say is the result of customer demand, was launched last year and has an operating weight range from 22,600kg to 24,000kg and comes with an EU Stage V compliant Komatsu engine.

The company will also reveal new productivity upgrades to its PC88MR-11 midi excavator, which are said to be “significant” when compared with its 10-series predecessor, including a factory-fitted Lehnhoff Powertilt option.

To highlight its range of environmentally friendly technologies, 15 of the company’s machines will take part in live demonstrations, while the latest technology on offer from Komatsu will be available to view at the Komtrax Next Generation and Komtrax Data Analytics stands.

Komatsu has also revealed it will host an exclusive Virtual Stand, where visitors will get a first look at upcoming innovations for wheeled loaders.

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