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Medium boom excavator PC130-11
crawlerdieselconstruction

medium boom excavator
medium boom excavator
medium boom excavator
medium boom excavator
medium boom excavator
medium boom excavator
medium boom excavator
medium boom excavator
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Characteristics

Size
medium
Locomotion
crawler
Engine type
diesel
Applications
construction
Operating weight

Max.: 28,660 lb (13,000 kg)

Min.: 28,604 lb (12,974.6 kg)

Engine power

97.2 kW (132.16 hp)

Description

PC130-11 Mid-Size Hydraulic Excavator Powerful and Nimble Easily transport your machine with Komatsu’s powerful but nimble 97.2 HP conventional tail swing excavator. Thoughtfully designed for customers who want durability, reliability and productivity, the PC130-11 is a smaller, entry-level machine that can handle a wide variety of utility work or small construction jobs – and fit the changing needs of your business as it grows. Looking to reduce fuel consumption? This machine uses up to 12% less fuel than the previous model, with six working modes to help you optimize productivity and fuel efficiency. Thoughtfully designed to be under 29,000 lbs., the PC130-11 is nimble and can easily handle a wide variety of utility work or small construction jobs, providing a versatile workhorse for you as your business expands and grows. Limit unnecessary fuel consumption with Komatsu’s auto-idle shut down feature that can be set to automatically stop the engine after a preset amount of idle time. Durable steel castings in the boom foot, boom nose and arm tip help spread working loads away from high stress areas providing improved long-term durability. High arm and bucket digging forces to optimize overall performance. A large one-piece hood, ground level grease points, engine oil and fuel filters provide quick and easy service access.

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