Komatsu Europe is unveiling its PC80MR‐5 midi excavator. The machine is designed with the intention of operating in confined areas and urban environments with its integrated counterweight and tight tail swing radius, a swing boom that hugs the machine and operating weights ranging from 8-8.24tonnes.
PC80MR‐5 is powered by an electronically controlled Komatsu 4D98E‐5SFB Stage IIIB engine, with DPF and a net horsepower of 46.2 kW to maintain performance while reducing fuel consumption by up to 10%.
In addition, the idle shutdown help to reduce fuel consumption, increase residual value and lower service costs while the proportional lines are said to improve its productivity and versatility when working attachments.
The cab’s accessibility has been improved with a new hinged door solution and a high-resolution multifunctional 3.5 LCD colour monitor panel, with maintenance information displayed. It also features an air conditioning and a dial fuel type for additional operator comfort.
For safety, the excavator offers a control lever Neutral Detection System along with the engine shutdown secondary switch and seat belt caution indicator. The tie down brackets provide fast transportability.
manuele Viel, Keisa group manager Utility, said: “The PC80MR‐5 is designed for improved versatility, manoeuvrability, comfort ‐ and for low operating costs. It’s a perfect tools for most confined‐area jobsites and for construction, utility or similar applications”.