In 2006, KOBELCO developed the world's first hybrid machine full hydraulic excavator in the history of hydraulic excavators. The forerunner of the hybrid machine full hydraulic excavators was the SK80H. Then, its 20-ton class successor, the SK200H-9, achieved overwhelmingly great fuel exciency, creating a strong image of “fuel-excient KOBELCO excavators”.
The SK210HLC-10, the latest model, is equipped with not only the hybrid technology developed and nurtured by KOBELCO but also a large-capacity lithium-ion battery for the first time in the industry.
The technology of KOBELCO which knows hybrid machines well has enabled a compact but high-power assist, evolving its hybrid machines into “genuine hybrid machines” in terms of fuel exciency and productivity.
Furthermore, the SK210HLC-10 is equipped with newly designed extra durable devices to maintain its value.
To the new stage. The hybrid machines of KOBELCO greatly exceed the hybrid standards that KOBELCO has established.
Equipped with an Exhaust Gas After-Treatment System and an SCR*1 System with a DEF/Urea
The engine exhaust system has an SCR system with a DEF/Urea that converts NOx*2 emissions into harmless nitrogen and water. Combining this system with an exhaust gas after-treatment system that captures and disposes of PM*3 , the SK210HLC has a much cleaner exhaust.
VG Turbo Reduces PM
The variable-geometry turbocharger adjusts air intake to maximize combustion exciency. At low engine speeds, the nozzles are closed, the turbo speed increased, and air intake is boosted. This helps lower fuel consumption.
Common Rail Fuel Injection System Reduces PM
The higher injection pressure atomizes the fuel. The combustible fuel and the improved injection timing accuracy enhance the combustion exciency, which also contributes to the reduction of fuel consumption.
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