14 Ton Kobelco SK135SR Second-Hand Excavator 69KW
Kobelco 135SR product introduction
Kobelco SK135SR excavator is a 14-ton class of Kobelco rear end small rotary excavator, the whole weight of 13.8 tons, bucket capacity of 0.5 square, equipped with Mitsubishi 69 kW engine
Kobelco SK135SR Features worth buying
This model has a spacious and safe new cab. The width of 1005mm exceeds the European standard and is the widest in its class, and the driving space is significantly increased than before, while strengthening the frame structure, improving the overall rigidity and reducing vibration and noise.
2.Excavator engine performance
It uses a Mitsubishi D04FR engine with a rated power of 69KW. It has an electronic control system that reduces fuel consumption and noise. Using the latest developed engine control system. When selecting the mode, the engine is electronically monitored, the engine speed is automatically reduced when the light load is applied, and the maximum power is exerted when the heavy load is applied, which has the advantages of improving efficiency, saving fuel and reducing noise, and reducing exhaust emissions
All the advantages of Kobelco 135SR
1. Worldwide unification in design, performance and configuration
2. Comply with the strictest environmental protection and safety standards
3. Focus on humanized design, strong operability, sensitive response
4. Suitable for a variety of special operations in addition to excavation operations
5. Easy to maintain and durable
6. Automatic lubricating bushing is adopted at the root of the big arm
The joint uses a self-lubricating bushing embedded with a solid lubricant to solve the long-term burn problem, with special high-hardness yellow steel as the basic material, even if occasionally forget to add lubricating oil will not be subjected to sharp wear.
7. The upper car body is also equipped with high hardness bushing
Improve the strength of the connecting parts of the upper body and the big arm, and install special high-hardness bushing to effectively prevent burns.
8. The world's first walking speed (6 km/h)
Traction improved by 21% and climbing ability increased