Hyundai expands 9A Series with three new Tier 4 Interim crawler excavators

|  May 16, 2013 |

Hyundai's R380LC-9A excavator

Hyundai’s R380LC-9A excavator

Experience improved operator comfort and enhanced performance with the RC300LC-9A, 330LC-9A and 380LC-9A crawler excavators from Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas.

Featuring a Tier 4 Interim engine upgrade and improved hydraulics, the excavators are suited for mid-size and large excavating projects, site prep, pipeline installation, demolition and road and utility work.

A low emission, low noise Cummins engine powers the 9A series, which also has a Cummins VGT Turbocharger to continuously vary the airflow boost to match engine rpm and load demands. A variable speed fan clutch, two-stage auto decal system and economy mode aid in conserving fuel.

Three engine modes – Power, Standard and Economy – allow switching between full power and reduced fuel consumption. The hydraulic system ensures controllability.

The 9A series cabs have strong, but slim tubing, providing both visibility and safety. The enlarged cab has a skylight, one-piece right-side glass, safety glass that will not scratch or fade, a closeable sunshade and reduced front window seam. An integrated seat reduces operator fatigue, and the ergonomic joysticks are height adjustable.

A color LCD display has easy-to-read gauges that allow the operator to monitor temperature, fuel level and maintenance items, as well as adjusting engine power and work modes, setting the boom speed and more.

Additional features include heated seats, an enhanced climate control system, audio system with USB player, AM/FM stereo and mp3 capabilities.

Maintenance is simplified via extended lube intervals of 250 hours, 1,000-hour extended life hydraulic filters and 5,000-hour long life hydraulic oil.

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