Sany Europe launches Stage V excavator

By Leila Steed16 April 2021

Sany Europe has expanded its range of machinery in the 8 t class with the launch of its new short-tail SY80U excavator.

Sany Europe's 8-tonne SY80U excavator Sany Europe’s new 8-tonne SY80U excavator features a Yanmar 4TNV98CT-VSY engine

Described by the equipment manufacturer as a “true economic wonder”, the tracked excavator features a Stage V compliant 53.7 kW Yanmar engine and has a digging depth of 4.5 m (14 ft 9in).

It offers multiple working modes that provide optimal performance while using the lowest possible amount of fuel. Sany said that this contributes to a lower cost of ownership.

It is available in Europe and Sany said, “The SY80U follows a clear concept – it offers performance, equipment, efficiency and, above all, the comfort of a large excavator in the compact class.”

The “multi-purpose” model is pre-equipped for common applications such as lifting heavy components. It also comes ready integrated with two auxiliary lines and hydraulics for the quick coupler.

For safety and durability, the SY80U includes cylinder guard plates, safety valves and emergency lowering as standard.

Inside the excavator’s low-vibration cab, the model is equipped with automatic climate control, a suspension seat and ergonomic controls for operator comfort.

A clear digital display and a USB radio are also included as standard.

Sany's 8-tonne SY80U excavator The tracked model has been designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible. It’s engine incorporates an electronically controlled fan, diesel particulate filter (DPF) and a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC)

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