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24 March 2016

Volvo’s 75tonne EC750E optimises productivity and profitability

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2016
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Fuel efficiency, increased productivity and better performance ensure the EC750E crawler excavator from Volvo Construction Equipment delivers maximum return on investment.

The 75-tonne EC750E offers power and stability to deliver high capacity in most applications. Powered by Volvo’s Tier 4 Final/Stage IV compliant D16 engine, the heavy-duty excavator delivers increased horsepower of 374 kW/502 hp.

The EC750E offers an electro-hydraulic system, optimised to operate in harmony with the robust engine, delivering greater operator control and productivity. The hydraulics, in combination with Volvo’s advanced ECO mode, works in unison to reduce internal losses in the hydraulic circuit – resulting in improved fuel efficiency without loss of performance in most operating conditions.

Volvo’s cab delivers a low-noise environment and ergonomically positioned interfaces – including the joysticks, keypad and LCD monitor – and clear all-around visibility. The spacious cab has ample storage and leg room, 12 air-conditioner vents and an adjustable seat.

The EC750E digging performance yields a break out forces of 328 kN and has a retractable undercarriage with an optimised counterweight. An integrated work mode system is designed to enhance fuel efficiency and machine performance, allowing operators to choose the best work mode for the task at hand, ensuring the correct configuration for any job.

The EC750E features a reinforced heavy-duty boom and arm built from high strength tensile steel. For added protection, steel strips are welded under the arm and a built-in heavy duty plate is featured on the underside of the machine.

Easily accessible maintenance points via the wide-opening and conveniently located compartment doors, using central and surrounding walkways ensure safe maintenance. Optional FOG (Falling Object Guard) and FOPS (Falling Object Protective Structure) certified cabs provide extra safety when working in tough conditions. The EC750E can also be fitted with a full length track guard.

To increase versatility, these excavators are compatible with a range of durable attachments, including the general purpose, heavy duty and extreme-duty buckets. Purpose-built to work in coordination with Volvo machines, the Volvo attachments form one solid, reliable unit.

Volvo’s heavy-duty and extreme-duty buckets are built using wear resistant plates, enabling them to excel at digging compact materials. Perfect for quarrying and mining applications, customers can count on the durable machine, made from high quality materials for a long life and superior performance. To increase the bucket’s durability, Volvo buckets are built with high tensile steel, and are available with a wide range of teeth, side cutters, segments, and wear shrouds for added protection.

The EC750E can be equipped with a Volvo hydraulic breaker to degrade even the most challenging materials. With consistent power and high breaking force, customers can benefit from maximum impact and durability.

Volvo also offers an attachment management system, allowing the settings for up to 20 different attachments to be stored. The system allows the operator to pre-set hydraulic flow and pressure inside the cab through the touchscreen monitor, ensuring versatility through the use of various attachments.

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