Volvo wheeled excavators are supremely adaptable workhorses, whether operating on the road or off the beaten track. They offer the perfect combination of the right excavator bucket, proven and useful attachments and the kind of capability in digging performance that can get the job done. There is also a smooth ride and fast road transport speeds, so moving between jobs is easy and more efficient, allowing you to get more done. You will find Volvo wheeled excavators on construction sites and road-building jobs, and they are also popular machines in the areas of waste handling, landscaping, recycling and general municipal work.
The Volvo wheeled excavator range has a number of key features, including the extremely economical Stage IIIB / Tier 4 Interim diesel engines. Volvo has paired these with quality components to get the most out of the engines and offer excellent power capabilities while delivering a better environmental performance. The operator is taken care of just as carefully as the environment. Inside the Volvo Care Cab, he will find a carefully thought-out working space with clear 360-degree visibility for safe operation of the machine and its implements. He will also enjoy a more comfortable working day in this spacious and airy cab, where lots of work has gone into reducing whole body vibration to reduce stress and increase productivity.
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The Volvo wheeled excavators have smart hydraulics with improved responsiveness and control. Volvo has also made the core functions of the machine operate more smoothly. Servicing is always an issue with plant. It needs to get done, but when these machines are off the job they are not earning, so it needs to get done quickly. That is why Volvo has ensured that all the service points and filters are grouped together and are easily accessed through wide doors. These days, technology is playing an increasing role, and the Volvo wheeled excavators come with the firm's comprehensive CareTrack telematics package, which is fitted as standard across the range. This provides all the data you need to reduce costs, minimise fuel consumption and maximise those profits.
The range of Volvo wheeled excavators opens with the EW140D, which has a bucket capacity of 0.52 to 0.73 cubic metres and an operating weight of up to 15.9 tonnes. The EW160D has bucket capacities ranging from just 0.36 cubic metres to 1 cubic metre and operating weights rise from 16.2 tonnes to 18.2 tonnes. The EW160E and EW180E extend these operating weights up to 20.3 tonnes. At the top of the range, you will find the EW180D and EW210D. These machines come with bucket capacities of 0.62 metres cubed to 1 metre cubed and have operating weights stretching from 18.1 tonnes to 22.8 tonnes.
The Volvo wheeled excavator family represents an excellent range of carefully designed and manufactured machines. Being robust and simple in construction, they are equally at home in the rental market or in the fleets of demanding operators. They offer a good combination of performance and economy, and a second-hand Volvo wheeled excavator could be a wise choice for many operators.
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