Bobcat rolls out E25 compact excavator
Dubai, March 26, 2013
Leading manufacturer of farm and construction equipment, Bobcat, has launched the new E25 reduced tail swing (RTS) compact excavator.
Equipped with cab and standard bucket, the new E25 model has an operating weight of 2.571 kg and combines this with optimised stability and weight distribution, said the US-based company in a statement.
The weight distribution in the E25 excavator is optimised through the use of proven ‘4-plate box’ technology to reduce the weight of the workgroup, which moves the centre of gravity of the machine towards the back of the excavator.
As a result, the E25 does not require any additional counterweight. This enhances the stability and ensures that the E25 model can be transported by trailer more easily (maximum towable weight, including trailer: 3.5 tonnes).
Part of the E-Series of Bobcat compact excavators introduced over the last three years, the new E25 2.5 tonne model offers all the advantages common to the E-Series, namely superior hydraulic performance, smooth and precise workgroup operation, exceptional operator comfort and high reliability, said the company statement.
Operator comfort and ample entry space have always been a very important feature of Bobcat compact excavators and the incorporation of the same spacious cab as that used on the 3 to 5 tonne machines, ensures that the Bobcat E25 model does not compromise on these features, it added.
Bobcat said the RTS has been designed according to the latest comfort, visibility and space standards. The cab on the E25 model is equipped with heating and is radio/MP3 ready as standard, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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