Two new crawler excavators introduced by New Holland

26 October 2011

The E215C, pictured, at 21 tonnes is the smaller of the new machines. The larger E245C weighs in at

The E215C, pictured, at 21 tonnes is the smaller of the new machines. The larger E245C weighs in at 25 tonnes

New Holland has introduced two new crawler excavators in its C Series line, the 21 tonne E215C and the 25 tonne E245C. This expands the line up to four machines covering the 21-31 tonne class range. Both new machines are Tier IV/Stage 3B compliant and, according to the company, offer 10% greater productivity from a more powerful engine and a 10% reduction in fuel consumption when operated in the new Eco working mode, delivered by an optimised hydraulic system and the use of selective catalytic reduction.

Power comes from a six cylinder common rail engine that delivers 11 kW (15 hp) more than corresponding units in B Series machines. The hydraulic system has been redesigned to significantly increase hydraulic efficiency and together with new joysticks, offers operators precision control.

The machines are fitted with New Holland's EVO cab that provides a high level of all-round visibility, allowing a clear view over the rear of the machine. New dampers, added to the use of SCR, have resulted in vibration levels that are 30% lower when travelling and up to 50% lower when working.

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