Kubota KX057-4 hits WA market

Miniquip said the new compact excavator featured “state-of-the-art” earthmoving technology and a large deluxe air-conditioned cabin that would serve its hire customers well. “With long working hours and hot climates experienced on some Western Australian mining projects, this machine will serve its purpose as a comfortable and reliable earthmover for all projects large or small, metro or regional,” the company said. Easy to open front slide windows, roll over protective structure (ROPS) and falling object protective structure (FOPS) make up the safety components and mine specifications. Performance wise, the two-speed travel switch allows for faster movement with a high speed of 4.9 kilometres per hour and low speed of 2.8kph. The Kubota has an enhanced digging force of up to 4315kg with increased boom lifting capacity, allowing for the maximum digging height to be 5820mm and depth 3890mm. It comes complete with hydraulic quick hitch, three buckets, rock breaker and auger attachments.

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