You’ll get a full day’s work from a single charge with the newly announced KC70H-4e electric compact tracked dumper.
This powerful and versatile performer is capable of shifting up to 700kg in a single load. Yet, the electric motor makes it both clean and quiet for both the operator and any near neighbours onsite.
ALL DAY POWER
A large 48V 120Ah lithium battery stores enough power to keep you working all day. The battery can be charged rapidly too, gaining 80% charge in just 1.5 hours.
Compact, lightweight with zero emissions, ideal for indoor or low emission zone sites
Long lasting, rapid charging battery for a full day non-stop working. Zero maintenance needed for motor, battery and inverter.
Simple lever controls for easy use.
Built-in safety features conform with EN474-1 and EN474-6.
Kubota has just announced a new LPG powered mini-excavator enabling you to enjoy all the benefits of a clean and quiet LPG engine as well as all the comfort and performance you need in a powerful, reliable, low maintenance mini-excavator. This new model is ideal for remote places, locations with restricted access, and for working in low emission zones.
Powered by Kubota’s stage 5 compliant WG972 -L-E4 spark ignition engine delivering high levels of productivity, low emissions, lower noise levels, and far less toxicity than petrol or diesel. Emissions are just 5% of a diesel or petrol engine for cleaner performance. A single tankful of LPG is enough for a full day’s work, depending on the working environment. Refuelling is quick and easy using standard equipment and gas bottles.
An auxiliary circuit comes as standard, with easy control of proportional, constant, and maximum oil flow settings.
The track width is variable for easy access through spaces less than a metre wide, while still providing a stable platform delivering up to 2.5m digging depth.
Kubota’s new propane engine has no DPF filter to clean or replace, no need for combustion regeneration, less strain on the engine, and reduced engine maintenance to minimise downtime.
A wide door makes entry and exit easy, while the flat floor, ample legroom, and adjustable suspension seating in a large cab make even long shifts comfortable. The Kubota Intelligent Control System’s digital panel is also easy to use.
ROPS (Roll Over Protective Structure), TOPS (Tip-Over Protective Structure) and OPG (Operator Protective Guard) Level 1. A hard cover protects the onboard LPG tank from exposure to sunlight or contact with other objects.
Our industry is not alone in suffering a shortage of new products.
All our market leading brands, including Kubota, Manitou, Bomag and Ausa, are regularly delivering new products to us. However, the vast majority of machines which arrive in our yard are already sold.
We have little or no 'free-stock'!
There are a number of reasons for this:
The bottom line is that if you're considering investing in premium construction equipment in the next 6-9 months PLEASE START TALKING TO US NOW!
To be fare to all our valued customers we have to operate on a 'first come, first served basis. And we are already holding many orders for early 2022 delivery.
And so to reiterate our 'heads-up', PLEASE START TALKING TO US NOW!
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Leading construction machinery manufacturer Kubota is donating €200,000 to the flood-stricken Rhineland-Palatinate region in western Germany.
The area was subject to devastating flashfloods in July, after unprecedented levels of rainfall caused the Rhine to burst its banks. The flooding claimed more than 100 lives and causes millions of Euros worth of damage to towns and cities throughout the state.
Kubota employs more than 600 people in the region via its facility in the town of Zweibrücken, with company president Mikio Taguchi compelled to action after seeing images of the flooding online.
Having witnessed the impact of natural disasters in his home country of Japan, Taguchi spearheaded the donation of €200,000 to the region’s state treasury, saying: “Because I am a neighbour, I have to help.”
The donation will go towards those impacted by the flooding, with clear-up and rebuilding efforts currently underway throughout the region.