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  1. JCB JS 300 LC

    The JCB JS300 is towards the top end of our range of heavy tracked excavators. Weighing in at around 30 tonnes, it’s engineered with exceptional strength, productivity, efficiency, comfort, safety and ease of maintenance. A closed box section revolving frame increases strength and reduces stress. It also makes these tracked excavators highly resistant to impact damage. We’ve used strong parts too – premium industry standards in fact.Meanwhile, this tracked excavator’s engine is a highly efficient MTU 180 kW unit, compliant with Tier 4 Final legislation. The benefits of the JS300 series of tracked excavators don’t end there either.
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    Power
    180.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    1.9300
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IV
    Specific energy consumption
    196.00 g/kWh
  2. JCB JS 330 NLC

    The JCB JS330 sits at the top of our range of heavy tracked excavators. Weighing in at around 37 tonnes, it’s engineered with exceptional strength, productivity, efficiency, comfort, safety and ease of maintenance.A closed box section revolving frame increases strength and reduces stress. It also makes these tracked excavators highly resistant to impact damage. We’ve used strong parts too – premium industry standards in fact.Meanwhile, this tracked excavator’s engine is a highly efficient MTU 210 kW unit, compliant with Tier 4 Final. The benefits of the JS330 series of tracked excavators don’t end there either.
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    Power
    210.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    1.9300
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IV
    Specific energy consumption
    196.00 g/kWh
  3. JCB JS 220 SC

    JCB’s new JS220 is the culmination of 48 years’ tracked excavator expertise, offering performance and productivity without compromise. Designed and developed using our Efficient Design philosophy, the JS220 is an 22-tonne tracked excavator that’s equipped with a host of efficiency, performance, comfort and safety innovations. Like our new award-winning EcoMAX engine, this meets Stage IV/T4F legislation without using a bulky DPF and provides a fuel saving of up to 10% over our outgoing models. We've also created an all-new high-strength boom and dipper for this excavator.
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    Power
    129.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    1.2500
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IV
    Specific energy consumption
    199.00 g/kWh
  4. Hyundai HX235 LCR

    The near-zero reduced tail swing on the Hyundai HX235 LCR allows you to work close to buildings and in confined areas without sacrificing performance. The HX235 LCR, is designed to work on congested jobsites such as roadways and rail lines without blocking traffic in the adjacent lane or track.
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    Power
    129.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    0.8000
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IV
    Specific energy consumption
    205.00 g/kWh
  5. Hyundai HX220 L

    The HX220 L boosts your performance with powerful engines and hydraulic systems. It delivers outstanding performance and brings more comfort to your work. The spacious cabin offers excellent visibility and simple controls.
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    Power
    129.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    0.8000
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IV
    Specific energy consumption
    205.00 g/kWh
  6. VOLVO EC300DL Excavator

    Volvo 33.1 t tracking excavator
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    Power
    170.00 kW
    Specific energy consumption
    215.00 g/kWh
  7. JCB JS 200 NLC

    JCB’s new JS220 is the culmination of 48 years’ tracked excavator expertise, offering performance and productivity without compromise. Designed and developed using our Efficient Design philosophy, the JS220 is an 22-tonne tracked excavator that’s equipped with a host of efficiency, performance, comfort and safety innovations. Like our new award-winning EcoMAX engine, this meets Stage IV/T4F legislation without using a bulky DPF and provides a fuel saving of up to 10% over our outgoing models. We've also created an all-new high-strength boom and dipper for this excavator.
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    Power
    129.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    0.8000
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IV
    Specific energy consumption
    199.00 g/kWh
  8. JCB JS 160 NLC

    The JCB JS160 is in the 19 tonne category of our range of heavy tracked excavators. It’s engineered with exceptional strength, productivity, efficiency, comfort, safety and ease of maintenance.A closed box section revolving frame increases strength and reduces stress. It also makes these 360 excavators highly resistant to impact damage. We've used strong parts too – premium industry standards in fact.Meanwhile, this excavator’s engine is a highly efficient Stage IV/T4F compliant JCB EcoMAX engine. The benefits of the JS160 series of tracked excavators don’t end there either.
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    Power
    93.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    0.7000
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IIIB
    Specific energy consumption
    201.00 g/kWh
  9. JCB JS 160 LC

    The JCB JS160 is in the 19 tonne category of our range of heavy tracked excavators. It’s engineered with exceptional strength, productivity, efficiency, comfort, safety and ease of maintenance.A closed box section revolving frame increases strength and reduces stress. It also makes these 360 excavators highly resistant to impact damage. We've used strong parts too – premium industry standards in fact.Meanwhile, this excavator’s engine is a highly efficient Stage IV/T4F compliant JCB EcoMAX engine. The benefits of the JS160 series of tracked excavators don’t end there either.
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    Power
    93.00 kW
    Excavator bucket size
    0.9100
    Nonroad emission standard
    Stage IIIB
    Specific energy consumption
    201.00 g/kWh
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