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Volvo’s C-Series Hydraulic Excavators

November 30th, 2010

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Volvo’s C-Series Hydraulic Excavator line has the  powerful Tier 3-certified Volvo engines, delivering  fuel efficiency. These engines have been united with intelligent hydraulics, and a more rugged undercarriage and superstructure. The operator’s environment has been substantially upgraded, giving operators more comfort, more space, a better climate, better visibility and improved controls that are easier to use. These Tier 3 engines have V-ACT (Volvo Advanced Combustion Technology), which provides high torque at low revs, leading to ultra-efficient fuel consumption. Impossible to stall, the onboard computer balances maximum available power to hydraulic output, preventing the engine from becoming overloaded (regardless of engine speed or pump demand).

 

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