Marubeni-Komatsu wheels out new excavator

09 November 2017

Marubeni-Komatsu has launched the PW118MR‐11 “tight tail” midi excavator with a powerful EU Stage IV engine, 6% less fuel consumption and an unrivalled compactness and lifting performance.

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The new machine can manage heavy lifting or simple excavations

The company says the compact excavator combines power, complete control and convenient dimensions, making it an ideal choice for heavy duty lifting applications or simple excavating tasks.

“This perfect match between size and performance was a focus for Komatsu designers” says Alex Visentin, product manager for compact wheeled excavators.

“It makes the machine exceptionally versatile, with the lowest fuel consumption level in its class.”

The excavator also features the latest Komtrax telematics to protect the machine against misuse, and guarantee maximum efficiency and uptime.

With operating weights ranging from 12,800 kg (28,219 lb)to 13,900 kg (30,644 lb), the PW118MR‐11 is powered by a Komatsu SAA4D95LE‐7 engine, EU Stage IV compliant, with a net horsepower of 72.5 kW (97.2 hp) at 2,050 rpm.

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