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Kobelco Mark 9 Excavators

March 29th, 2011

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The Kobelco Mark 9 excavators – the SK260-9, SK295-9 and SK350-9 – deliver exceptional fuel efficiency and productivity. The  Mark 9 excavators feature an upgrade to Kobelco’s intelligent hydraulics, and introduce a new Economy power mode. The machines feature a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emission solution for excavators. The excavators also feature a new ROPS/FOPS cab for a more comfortable work environment. The operating weights for the Kobelco Mark 9 excavators range from 59,524 to 80,909 lbs (27,056 to 36,000 kg), and dig depths range from 23 ft (7 m) to 24 ft 10 in (7.56 m). These three new models deliver 181, 197 and 269 horsepower (135, 147 and 201 kW), respectively.

 

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