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The new EC210D ... robust frame combined with optimal engine power and hydraulic pressure.

The new EC210D ... robust frame combined with optimal engine power and hydraulic pressure.

Volvo’s EC210D offers superior digging force

March 2019

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) has launched the new EC210D crawler excavator for the Middle East and Africa market.

Featuring a robust frame combined with optimal engine power and hydraulic pressure to provide superior digging forces and fast cycle times, the EC210D excavator is designed for excellent productivity and efficient operation in a wide variety of tasks, says a company spokesman.

A powerful Volvo engine works together with the machine’s proven hydraulics to provide high torque at low rpm for the ultimate combination of performance and improved fuel efficiency.

For fast cycle times and optimum fuel consumption, the EC210D is equipped with intelligent work modes, including the new G4 work mode. Operators can choose the best mode to suit the task at hand, selecting from I (Idle), F (Fine), G (General), H (Heavy) and P (Power max) mode. “Choosing the correct mode according to working conditions ensures added versatility and increased productivity,” says the spokesman.

The EC210D features increased hydraulic flow for responsive, accurate control in grading and combined operations. Operators benefit from smoother, easier movement when travelling and lifting simultaneously as well as better grading quality from the harmonised boom and arm movement.

For a productive work shift, the excavator is equipped with a spacious and safe operator environment, offering enhanced all-around visibility, an adjustable seat and ergonomic controls. The improved cab interior features a new I-ECU monitor that displays a range of information for efficient operation.

“The Volvo EC210D is designed for optimum profitability. Featuring best-in-class fuel efficiency and Volvo’s ECO mode, the machine lowers fuel consumption and reduces operating costs. The intelligent ECO mode contributes to the machine’s total improved fuel efficiency – without any loss of performance. The design optimises flow and pressure while maintaining digging power and swing torque. Built with durable components for outstanding results in all applications, the EC210D is designed to secure lasting machine value and an excellent return on investment,” explains the spokesman.

Furthermore, Volvo CE offers a comprehensive range of attachments for use in a wide variety of tasks. The EC210D can be fitted with a selection of buckets and breakers that work in harmony with the machine to ensure optimal performance and profitability in any application. With a sturdy design and built-in durability, all compatible buckets are equipped with Volvo teeth to handle the toughest applications.

The EC210D can be equipped with either a top- or side-mounted Volvo hydraulic breaker built to break even the most demanding materials, delivering consistent power and high breaking force, according to the spokesman. The Volvo-designed hydraulic breaker/shear piping and quick coupler piping option provide optimum flow to the hydraulic attachments. State-of-the-art auxiliary lines allow the correct flow and pressure for special attachments.

A password-protected management system allows the operator to pre-set and adjust hydraulic flow from a monitor inside the cab, providing storage for up to 20 different attachments for increased versatility. The operator can select one- or two-pump flow to maximise profits and productivity.

Built with high quality genuine Volvo parts, the EC210D is a durable and efficient partner in a range of applications. And, with an extensive infrastructure of technicians, workshops and dealers, Volvo has a comprehensive network and a variety of service options to ensure maximum uptime and lower the total cost of ownership.

Excellent service access and a durable design guarantee a long machine life, says the spokesman.

“Built to ensure servicing is safe, quick and easy, this machine features anti-slip plates, grouped filters, ground-level service access and centralised lubrication points. Long service intervals enhance machine availability and increase uptime for maximum productivity,” the spokesman concludes.

Headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, the Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment, and marine and industrial engines. The group employs about 95,000 people, has production facilities in 18 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. It also provides complete solutions for financing and service.  




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