Marubeni-Komatsu launches midi excavator

By Steve Ducker01 February 2018

Marubeni-Komatsu has launched the PC80MR‐5 midi excavator, with an integrated counterweight and tight tail swing radius, a swing boom that hugs the machine and operating weights ranging from 8,000 to 8,240 kg (17,600 to 18,100 lb) the PC80MR‐5 that make it suitable for work in confined areas and urban environments.

Marubeni web

The PC80MR-5 has an integrated counterweight and tight tail swing radius, and its engine reduces fuel consumption

The excavator is powered by an electronically controlled Komatsu 4D98E‐5SFB Stage IIIB engine, with diesel particulate filter and a net horsepower of 46.2 kW (62 hp).

The company says more environmentally‐friendly engine maintains the performance of the previous series while reducing fuel consumption by up to 10%.

It also features the latest Komtrax telematics. The auto decelerator and idle shutdown now both come as standard to help reduce fuel consumption, increase residual value and lower service costs.

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