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New Komatsu PC390LC-10 excavator & 40 t articulated dump truck from KomatsuNew excavator & 40 t articulated dump truck from Komatsu

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New excavator & 40 t articulated dump truck from Komatsu

Komatsu America Corp. has announced a new hydraulic excavator and the latest in their range of articulated dump trucks.

The PC390LC-10 hydraulic excavator, with a flywheel horsepower of 257 hp (192 kW), is powered by a Komatsu SAA6D114E-5 engine and is EPA Tier 4 Interim and EU Stage 3B emissions certified.

Today, every Komatsu Tier 4 Interim construction machine comes standard with Komatsu CARE complimentary factory scheduled maintenance for 2,000 hours or the first three years, whichever is first.

Komatsu Care also includes two complimentary Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter (KDPF) exchanges within the first 5 years. The program covers all new Komatsu Tier 4 Interim equipment, whether rented, leased or purchased.

With an operating weight of 89,072 pounds (40,402 kg), the PC390LC-10 features improved hydraulic efficiency, improved operator comfort, simplified maintenance to extend component life, and a large undercarriage design that significantly increases lift capacity.

As with all Komatsu machines, it is equipped with the latest KOMTRAX technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure website utilizing wireless technology. Data such as operating hours, machine location, maintenance notifications, out of area notifications, machine utilization and residual fuel levels are relayed to the web application for analysis.

Designed for durability

The PC390LC-10 features a large undercarriage design that uses components from the larger size class PC450LC-8 undercarriage.

While this design concept provides high levels of reliability and long component life, the over side lift capacity also increases up to 20% when compared to the PC360LC-10, providing improved lateral stability in applications that require long arms or heavy lifting at maximum reach. The robust undercarriage design also features larger final drives that provide up to 13% more drawbar pull than the PC360LC-10.

Komatsu PC390LC-10 - latest in cab comfort and spaciousnessLatest in cab comfort

The new cab provides a comfortable and quiet work environment so operators can maximize their productivity. The ROPS certified cab is specifically designed for hydraulic excavators and gains strength from a reinforced pipe-structured framework.

The cab is mounted on viscous damper mounts, which provide low vibration levels. The high-back, fully adjustable seat uses air suspension and is heated for improved comfort. An auxiliary input has been added to connect an MP3 player or other device that uses a standard auxiliary plug, along with two 12-volt ports that have also been incorporated into the cab.

Komatsu PC390LC-10 - A new high resolution 7   A new high resolution 7” LCD monitor features enhanced capabilities and displays information in 25 languages for global support. The operator can easily select up to five working modes of operation to match machine performance to the application. These working modes include Power Mode, Economy Mode, Heavy Lift Mode, Breaker Mode, and Attachment Mode.

The new monitor panel also provides operational guidance, operational records, fuel consumption history, and utilization information while a standard rearview camera allows the operator to view directly behind the platform.

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