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years of ZXLink. This gives oper-

ators the power to monitor their

fleet without ever leaving their

seats. The system provides access

to fleet location, functions, hours,

fuel consumption, alerts and other

essential machine data

New ZX210-6 and

ZX210LC-6 Final

Tier 4 excavators

The two excavators are equipped

with a powerful EPA FT4/EU Stage

IV Isuzu engine that provides oper-

ators with integrated, effective en-

gine technologies and does not re-

quire a diesel particulate filter.

Designed for those working

in the underground, road build-

ing, energy, commercial building

and pipeline industries, the

ZX210-6 and ZX210LC-6 deliver

higher efficiency, reliability and


“Wi th the upgraded

ZX210LC-6 and ZX210-6,

operators get the quiet,

powerful performance that

Hitachi is known for with

the added bonus of cleaner


said Mark Wall.

With heavier operating weights of 21,430 kg / 47,245

lbs. (ZX210-6) and 21,900 kg /48,238 lbs. (ZX210LC-6),

these excavators take productivity to a higher level.

Bucket capacity is 0.9-1.29 yd³ (0.69-0.99 m³)

The hydraulic boost system and enhanced boom

recirculation generate aggressive boom and arm speed

– returning the arm to dig faster, so you can move more

dirt in a day. Plus, the pressurized fuel system improves

fuel injector operation, and the fuel recirculation system

helps prevent fuel gelling in cold climates – so you can

maintain maximum productivity.

New options

The ZX210-6 and ZX210LC-6 are offered with new op-

tions that make it even easier for Hitachi customers to

get the most out of their machines.

These models can be equipped with a grade refer-

ence-ready package that features sensor mounting brack-

ets that are welded to the boom, arm, dogbone, coun-

terweight and main frame of the excavator at the


This reduces system installation time by half by elim-

inating the need to grind, weld and re-paint a machine.

The brackets are compatible with Topcon, Trimble or

Leica grade reference systems.

Both excavators also come with an optional auxiliary

function lever that provides proportional control for

auxiliary hydraulic attachments to help improve produc-

tivity on the jobsite.

Efficiency Across All Models

Maintenance on the FT4 excavators is minimized to help

increase uptime and reduce operating costs.

Upper structure handrails provide added safety when

servicing the engine compartment, and a larger hood

offers better engine accessibility.

A battery disconnect switch, located in the rear door

behind the cab, is easily accessible and extends battery

life. In addition, engine oil, fuel and hydraulic pilot oil

filters are all located on the same side at ground level

for easy servicing.


D-channel side frames house and protect the highly ef-

ficient coolers and FT4 engine. Booms, arms and main-

frames are so tough, they’re warranted for three years

or 10,000 hours, whichever comes first.

• [cw]

Operating Dimensions



Arm Length

2.42 m (7 ft. 11 in.) 2.91 m (9 ft. 7 in.)

Maximum Reach

9.43 m (30 ft. 11 in.) 9.92 m (32 ft. 7 in.)

Maximum Reach at Ground Level

9.25 m (30 ft. 4 in.) 9.75 m (32 ft.)

Maximum Digging Depth

6.18 m (20 ft. 3 in.) 6.67 m (21 ft. 11 in.)

Maximum Digging Depth

at 2.44-m (8 ft.) Flat Bottom

5.95 m (19 ft. 6 in.) 6.50 m (21 ft. 4 in.)

Maximum Cutting Height

9.67 m (31 ft. 9 in.) 10.04 m (32 ft. 11


Maximum Dumping Height

6.83 m (22 ft. 5 in.) 7.18 m (23 ft. 7 in.)

Minimum Swing Radius

3.18 m (10 ft. 5 in.) 3.18 m (10 ft. 5 in.)

Maximum Vertical Wall

5.30 m (17 ft. 5 in.) 5.99 m (19 ft. 8 in.)

Contractors World International Vol 7 No 1