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Hitachi Z axis 120-3 Utility-Class Excavator

October 15th, 2008

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The Hitachi ZW120-3 Utility Class Excavator can handle everything from the mundane to the exotic, without missing a beat. Dig basements, load trucks, place pipe- it’s all in a day’s work for this small but powerful utility- class excavator. Easily towed behind a dump-truck and available with rubber crawler pads and a backfill blade, the ZW120-3 delivers the power, precision, fuel efficiency, and smoothness contractors have come to expect from Hitachi. The 28,498-pound ZX120-3 with its 93-horse power Isuzu engine and HIOS III hydraulic system accomplish can generate 24,720 pounds of seing torque, wield an impressive 12,823-pound breakout force, and lift a maximum of 11,443 pounds over the front at a distance of 15 feet (blade on ground).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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