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Volvo Construction Equipment EC35C and ECR48C Compact Excavators

April 4th, 2008

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Volvo Construction Equipment offers the Volvo EC35C and ECR48C compact excavators designed for tight, congested, or busy jobsites. The Volvo EC35C compact excavator features a conventional excavator design for exceptional stability with minimal superstructure swing. The Volvo ECR48C has a short radius superstructure that turns inside the width of its tracks. The Volvo ECR48C can also be equipped with an optional counterweight to maximize use of longer arms or heavy attachments. Both machines are powered by new-generation Volvo diesel engines for dependable performance, fuel efficiency, low emissions, low noise, and excellent serviceability. The Volvo EC35C and Volvo ECR48C both feature Volvo’s cab for less operator fatigue and more production. Each cab offers exceptional leg and foot room. Optional air conditioning with heater is also available for year-round comfort and productivity in hot, humid, or cold climates. Service accessibility has been enhanced through an easy-open, side-position engine hood and service points have been placed together for fast daily maintenance.

 

 

 

 

 

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