There is a range of mini excavators from JCB on offer, all of which are tracked for exceptional performance across rugged terrain. The smallest models weigh in at a little over a tonne, making them larger and more powerful than the micro excavators from this manufacturer. Meanwhile the mini excavator range tops out at five and a half tonnes, enabling buyers to find a suitable machine with ease. There is a lot of choice from this firm on the used market, so if you need a mini excavator and want to avoid unnecessary expense then this could be the right route to take.
A modern addition to JCB's selection of mini excavators is the 8014 CTS, which is small and light enough to quickly be transported via trailer while still providing unrivalled performance for its size. The design accommodates a boom and bucket that gives it a maximum dig depth of 2.648 metres, while it can achieve a max dump height of 2.53 metres, allowing it to dig and dump quickly for smaller maintenance tasks.
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|JCB||8000 Range Mini Excavator 8026 CTS||2013||Mini Excavators||£13,975.00|
|New 2 Ft Bucket, Excellent Mechanical Condition, Fair Appearance - couple of damaged panels, Britcom|
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|JCB||8085 ZTS ECO||2011||Mini Excavators||£25,000.00|
|2011 JCB 8085ZTS Eco Excavator, Rubber Tracked, Blade, Offset, CV, QH, Pipped.... Buckets Available.|
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|JCB||8000 Range Mini Excavator 8018 CTS||2010||Mini Excavators||£8,950.00|
|New tracks can be fitted for £400 inclusive of fitting Britcom|
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The hosing of the hydraulic circuits is shielded from damage, preventing it from being rendered unusable as a result of regular deployment. And so used mini excavators like this from JCB should still be in good condition to make a sale worth considering at any age. The bonnet is largely eliminated from the design of this model, meaning the operator has unparalleled visibility, while rollover and falling object protection keeps them safe.
Excellent service access provides for unfussy maintenance, which is what you want from equipment of this size. The JCB 8030 ZTS sits roughly in the middle of the mini excavator range in terms of specifications, with an operating weight of 3217kg, a 1.5 litre Perkins engine and a max dig depth of just over 3.1 metres. Thanks to the two speed tracking motor it is very manoeuvrable and the zero tail swing design means that turning in tight spaces is not a nail biting experience.
The glazed cab is comfortable and relatively free from obstructions to the operator's view. It is also set up to ensure that the undercarriage is as stable and planted as possible, boosting safety and allowing it to offer a max dump height of 3.205 metres. Heading up the range is JCB's 8055 RTS, which can dig up to almost 4 metres and has load sensing hydraulics that will adapt to the weight of the material which is being handled so that the boom always operates smoothly. The 33.1kW engine affords it plenty of power and speed, reducing operating cycles and enabling it to get the job done quickly.
Meanwhile the undercarriage has not only been designed for increased stability, but also for durability, which is good news for those seeking out one of these mini excavators from JCB on the used market. Even the heavier, wider excavators in this range are built with practical benefits in mind, meaning they can navigate cluttered sites and enter most areas where larger machines would be unable to operate effectively
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