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Volvo ECR145D/ECR235D Short Swing Radius Excavators

April 26th, 2012

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Featuring a robust superstructure, advanced hydraulics and more fuel efficient engines, the Volvo ECR145D and ECR235D short swing radius excavators offer even greater productivity, ease-of-use and safety when working in confined or restricted conditions. The ECR145D and ECR235D short swing radius excavators from Volvo Construction Equipment are designed for maneuvering in and out of confined areas – while boasting digging performance, balance and stability that are the equal of many traditional format excavators. Both models feature new engines that meet the latest Stage IIIB/Tier 4 Interim emissions legislation and offer reduced fuel consumption. Improved hydraulics and pump flow help provide faster cycle times and better digging performance. Featuring a narrow body design and centrally positioned boom, the superstructure on these ECR models is so compact that its rear swings only fractionally outside its own track width. This means that the excavator can get extremely close to objects (walls, trees etc.) without risk of collision with the rear of the machine as it swings.

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