ex-8000-6

The EX 8000-6, the largest excavator in the portfolio, is capable of exceptional levels of productivity. The maximum operating efficiency comes from the computer-aided Engine-Pump Control and the Twin Cummins diesel engines provide the maximum power. It also provides unbelievable arm crowding, breakout force, and horsepower that offer maximum performance.

SPECIFICATIONS

2 x 1450 KW

(2 x 1 940 HP)

ENGINE POWER

8,11,000

KG

OPERATING WEIGHT

40.0

m3

BUCKET CAPACITY

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FEATURES

Powerful Engines

Ready for the task

Time proven twin Cummins diesel engines produces a total of 2X1450kw (2 X 1950 HP) for handling big jobs.

Emission Control Engine

Helping to protect our environment

Conforms to US EPA tier II emission regulations

Efficient E-P Control

Adjusts power output to the work being performed

Hitachi’s computer-aided Engine-Pump control (E-P control) coaxes optimum efficiency from the engines and hydraulic pumps. This innovative system senses load demand and controls engine and pump output for maximum operating efficiency.

Flow-Assisting Circuit

Allows dynamic actions

Using the meter-in valves, and flow-assisting pumps, the flow speed is increased in cylinders for dynamic actions. Especially, between dumping and digging.

Large Bucket

Designed to enhance efficiency

The large bucket has been shaped specifically to enhance scooping and loading operations. Its sharp tilt angle helps boost operating efficiency.

More than Durable

Just Plain Tough

  • Rigid box design resists bending and twisting forces
  • Solid cast track frame more strength for this key area
  • Rugged lower rollers, track links and drive tumblers help to boost durability at tough work sites
  • Constant correct track tension- nitrogen gas accumulators absorb abnormal track tension
  • Flow-retarding control at cylinder stroke ends improve controllability with longer service life
  • Strategically positioned oil coolers help keep oil temperatures lower
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