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Kobelco America SK850LC Super ACERA Excavator

March 21st, 2008

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Company: Kobelco Construction Machinery

Kobelco Construction Machinery America offers the new SK850LC Super ACERA heavy-duty, full-size excavator. The SK850LC expands Kobelco America’s full-line of products into the 80- to 90-ton class, addressing customers’ demands for larger, more powerful machines. The SK850LC was designed to deliver a competitive edge whether the job requires heavy earth moving, aggregates or demolition. Whether in bridge, highway, building or utility construction or truck loading, this excavator can offer the power and capacity to do it all efficiently and economically. In keeping with the ACERA tradition, the SK850LC delivers brute force for heavy-duty applications, providing a whole new level of productivity. The excavator has faster cycle times as well as a large bucket capacity making work more efficient.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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