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New Holland launch new additional machines

New Holland E195C excavator

Italian manufacturer continues renewal of crawler excavator range with two new models

NEW Holland Construction have launched two new crawler excavator models, further expanding the C Series which now comprises eights models ranging from 17 to 50 tonnes. The latest additions are the 17-tonne E175C and 19-tonne E195C, both of which share the same high-performance and fuel-efficiency characteristics of the C Series models already on the market.

Powered by a four-cylinder, 129hp, common-rail engine, the new excavators feature selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology that meets Tier 4 Interim emissions standards. The E175C, in particular, benefits from the higher drawbar pull of the new travel motors (now 225kN), resulting in greater traction.

The new machines also feature New Holland’s Hydrotonic, which combines highly advanced electronic technology with a sophisticated hydraulic system to maximize the performance of the excavators. The redesigned hydraulic system on the latest C-Series models, together with SCR technology, will also result in greater fuel efficiency.

New Holland claim that the new ECO operating mode and upgraded advanced electronic processor further enhances the excavators’ fuel economy, reducing consumption by 10% compared with the B-Series.

The ROPS and FOPS-compliant cab provides a comfortable and safe operator environment. The operator also benefit from new dampers and improved soundproofing, resulting in low noise and vibrations levels, while the full-sized right window and rear-view camera offers good all-round visibility.

Utilizing an improved heavy-duty undercarriage, New Holland say the E175C and E195C models are built to operate in the toughest conditions, while the side-by-side radiator layout enhances cooling performance and makes it easier to clean.

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