More power and loads of goodies in new Takeuchi® TB225

Australian Earthmoving News:

Takeuchi has released its all-new TB225 2.3 tonne mini excavator, the latest model in its mini excavator range. The machine’s 1,330 cc 16.5 kW Yanmar diesel produces 16.5 kW of power; a significant increase in performance compared with earlier comparable Takeuchi models.

The TB225 is the largest machine in the market where track width can be reduced to a handy 1,100mm to access internal door openings and very narrow side access of structures. When the excavator’s tracks are fully expanded to 1,500mm, this provides the stability needed to get the optimum performance and productivity from the extra hydraulic power and bucket digging force of 19.3 kN.

The TB225 has a long undercarriage and ground clearance of 190 mm and the 1,790 mm of track-to-ground contact makes for better flotation. Triple-flanged rollers keep the tracks in place to deliver positive traction on high gradients.

Dual auxiliary hydraulic lines produce hydraulic flow at up to 38.5 l/m, operating three working pumps, including a slew/blade pump that improves operational speed and functional control.

The machine’s standard long arm gives a digging depth of 2,580 mm and at ground level, enables the bucket reach to 4,240 mm and dump loads at a height of 2,875 mm.

The TB225 incorporates loads of other features such as auto engine and hydraulic detent function pre-set flow to suit your attachment applications. Other features include proportional controls, smooth hydraulic pilot joystick controls that deliver precise action, two-speed travel with automatic shift, a blade that’s adjustable without tools, auto deceleration and a hydraulic piloted travel lever.

Large, lockable service covers let you access components at ground level and service points are conveniently located. Finally, the TB225 is still within the weight limit that lets you tow your machine behind a 3.5 tonne capacity ute. Semco Equipment Sales 1 800 685 525 or ww.semcogroup.com.au.

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