Kubota expands tracked dumper range

By Leila Steed03 April 2022

Kubota has expanded its range of tracked dumpers with the launch of both a new electric KC70VSL-4 e model and the new KC110SL-4 diesel model.

Kubota KC70VSL-4e electric tracked dumper Kubota KC70VSL-4e electric tracked dumper. (Image: Kubota)

Based on the design of the manufacturer’s KC70H-4e machine, the stand-on electric KC70VSL-4 tracked dumper is described as a “perfect fit for customers working in city centres due to its quiet operation”.

The electric dumper is powered by a 47V lithium battery pack of 48V and features a variable track that gives the machine a retracted width of 758mm wide, which enables users to carry out tasks in confined spaces.

While the model, which has a payload capacity of 700kg, can be fully charged and ready for a full day’s work in three hours via a Universal Battery Charger (UBS), it can also be charged up to 80% in half that time.  

In addition to the electric model, the manufacturer’s new diesel-powered KC110SL-4 tracked dumper is equipped with a Stage V-compliant Kubota D722 engine.

Kubota KC110SL-4 tracked dumper Kubota KC110SL-4 tracked dumper. (Image: Kubota)

The stand-on machine, which is described as the ideal workmate for a mini excavator and is suitable for use on projects in urban areas, weighs 940kg and has a maximum width of 990mm.

The front-tip skip of the KC110SL-4 dumper has a payload capacity of 1200kg with a heaped volume of 0.59m3, and can be used on up to 20° slopes.

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