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Crawler excavators

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Volvo crawler excavators

Volvo's crawler excavator is the ultimate digging tool, designed to deliver long lasting performance, strength, power and leading fuel efficiency. Reach new levels of rock-bottom efficiency, as you can depend on the machine for quarrying, mining, road building, civil engineering, general construction and more. Choose your bucket or a range of other Volvo attachments and go to work.

Values in metric Change

EC950E

  • 89,960 - 91,840 kg
  • 450 kW
  • 3.9 - 5.6

EC750D

  • 72,700 - 74,700 kg
  • 385 kW
  • 3.3 - 5.16

EC480D

  • 47,300 - 53,100 kg
  • 265 kW
  • 1.77 - 3.8

EC380D

  • 37,800 - 41,100 kg
  • 215 kW
  • 1.35 - 3

EC350D

  • 34,300 - 38,700 kg
  • 210 kW
  • 1 - 2.53

ECR305C

  • 33,800 - 37,000 kg
  • 153 kW
  • 1.23 - 1.95

EC300D

  • 27,700 - 33,100 kg
  • 170 kW
  • 0.52 - 2.02

EC250D

  • 24,600 - 28,000 kg
  • 138 kW
  • 0.48 - 1.85

ECR235C

  • 24,100 - 26,100 kg
  • 123 kW
  • 0.15 - 1.3

EC220D

  • 20,900 - 24,400 kg
  • 123 kW
  • 0.52 - 2.1

ECR145C

  • 14,800 - 15,900 kg
  • 80 kW
  • 0.53 - 0.88

EC140D

  • 13,000 - 16,730 kg
  • 77 kW
  • 0.6 - 0.64
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