The Cat M318 wheeled excavator improves operator efficiency by up to 45 percent, the company says, with Cat Grade, E-Fence, and Payload options. Longer service intervals lower maintenance costs by 10 percent.
The new 313 GC excavator reduces owning and operating costs through a simple design that is easy to operate, maintain, and own, according to the company. It has a 13 percent larger cab, up to 10 percent more swing torque, and up to 14 percent more drawbar pull.
Advanced engine technology and control system for the Cat 325 medium excavator reduces fuel consumption by up to 25 percent, the company says, and a combination of lower engine speed and large hydraulic pump pressure and flow delivers more work per unit of fuel. Extended maintenance intervals lower maintenance costs by 20 percent.
The Cat 395 excavator has 10 percent more swing torque and 10 percent more stick force than the model it replaces. Cat Payload also comes standard so operators can validate production at the end of every shift. Extended service intervals lower maintenance costs by up to 20 percent.