8 Ton EXCAVATOR

Why Every Operator is Talking About the 8t Excavator: The 909ECR Excavator Game-Changer


At the heart of every construction site lies a machine so crucial its performance can make or break a project’s success. The excavator. And in the world of excavators, there’s an impressive newcomer turning heads in Australia – the 909 ECR Excavator from the renowned Pacific Machinery Group.

The 8t excavator isn’t just another piece of machinery in the market. It epitomises a perfectly designed machine, especially for professionals like you, who constantly juggle power needs, space constraints, and budgetary considerations. Let’s dive in-depth into what sets this tonne excavator apart.

 

Impressive Power-to-Weight Ratio

Have you ever imagined a machine that seamlessly blends power with weight, giving you optimum performance? The 909 ECR Excavator, with an operating weight of 8,700 kg, is a testament to that dream. Its weight is meticulously balanced with its power, ensuring you never compromise mobility for performance. No more stressing over whether your excavator can handle the job – with this machine, it’s as easy as a guaranteed ‘yes’.

 

Advanced Hydraulic Capabilities

Hydraulics aren’t just about moving parts. It’s the lifeblood of your excavator. The advanced hydraulic system of the 909 ECR is a game-changer. Perfectly synchronised with the engine and all its components, it ensures fast responses and buttery smooth operation. Unlike many mini excavators in the market, the 909 ECR’s hydraulic system is in a league of its own, offering unmatched precision and control.

 

Superior Fuel Efficiency

With rising fuel prices and increasing environmental considerations, fuel efficiency isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity. This is where the 8t excavator outshines its competition. The 909 ECR runs on a Stage V / Tier 4F certified Yanmar engine, ensuring that every drop of fuel translates into superior performance, saving you money in the long run.

 

Compact Yet Mighty Design

We’ve all been there – job sites that feel more like navigating a maze. Space can be a luxury, but with the 909 ECR’s short tail swing design, working in confined spaces just got easier. Whether in bustling NSW or quiet QLD, its compact design ensures you tackle projects head-on without compromising power.

 

Integrated Safety Features

For any operator, peace of mind is paramount. Every feature in the 909 ECR, from its cab design to its stability, ensures your safety is never compromised. Clear visibility, ergonomically designed controls, full air conditioning and many other safety features mean you can work confidently every single time.

 

Versatility Across Various Job Sites

From intricate landscaping to heavy-duty construction, the versatility and range of the 909 ECR is truly astounding, making your work easier and more productive.

 

Durable and Built to Last

It’s not just about performance; it’s about longevity. Dive into the specs; you’ll find materials and engineering that scream durability. The 909 ECR is more than a machine; it’s a long-term investment that promises reduced maintenance costs and steadfast reliability.

 

Cost-effective with Strong ROI

Price is always a concern. But the real question is, does the machine offer value for that price? With machines such as the 909 ECR, every penny you invest yields productivity, fuel efficiency, and longevity returns. It’s not just a purchase; it’s a wise financial decision.

 

The 909 ECR Excavator stands tall as a machine and an experience in the vast sea of excavators, attachments, and listings. It’s been designed keeping you, the operator, in mind.

 

Ready to touch the future of excavation? Dive deeper into the 909 ECR Excavator – Pacific Machinery Group world. Or better yet, Contact Us for a demo and feel the difference yourself. Because when it comes to excavation, you deserve nothing but the best.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

How big is a 8 ton excavator?

An 8t excavator, commonly known as an 8-tonne excavator, is a medium-sized excavating machine designed for superior performance on job sites. Its size is gauged by its operating weight, approximately 8,700 kg. Compared to mini excavators, the 8t excavator offers more power and productivity, making it a favourite choice for operators in Australia and beyond.

 

How much can an 8 ton excavator lift?

The lifting capacity of an 8-tonne excavator largely depends on various factors, including its boom length, hydraulic system, and attachments. However, it’s crucial to always refer to the specific model’s load chart to determine its lifting capabilities to ensure safe and efficient operation on job sites.

 

How deep can a 8 ton digger dig?

The digging depth of an 8-ton digger or 8t excavator can vary based on its arm and boom design. Typically, with its arm measuring about 1,650 mm and a boom of 3,375 mm, it can achieve significant depths. However, always consult the manufacturer’s specifications for exact depth measurements.

 

What is the reach of an 8 ton excavator?

The reach of an 8-tonne excavator is determined by the combined length of its boom and arm. The space can extend impressively due to the typical boom length and arm measurement. It’s tailored to tackle various tasks, making work more accessible and efficient across different job sites.

 

How big is an 8t digger?

An 8t digger, akin to an 8t excavator, has an operating weight of around 8,700 kg. Its size balances power, space, and stability, ensuring superior performance, especially in challenging terrains like NSW or QLD.

 

Is 8000 hours a lot for an excavator?

8000 hours for an excavator represents a considerable amount of operational time. While modern machines are designed for longevity, it’s essential to consider the maintenance history, type of work, and conditions in which the excavator operated. Regular maintenance can prolong an excavator’s life, ensuring peace of mind for the operator.

How much does an 8-tonne digger weigh?

An 8-tonne digger or 8-ton excavator has an operating weight of approximately 8,700 kg. This weight provides it with stability on tracks while ensuring optimum power and performance during operations.

 

How much can an excavator dig in a day?

The amount an excavator can dig in a day is influenced by its size, hydraulic system efficiency, operator experience, and the nature of the job site. An 8t excavator, with its superior performance, can tackle significant volumes of earth, mainly when operated by an experienced operator. However, exact figures vary based on the conditions and tasks.

 

What is the biggest ton digger?

The giant ton digger in the market exceeds the capacity of the typical 8t excavator. Large mining excavators can weigh over 1,000 tonnes.

 

How deep can an excavator go in the water?

While excavators like the 8t are designed for digging, they aren’t inherently waterproof. Submerging an excavator in water can damage its engine, hydraulic system, and other components. If underwater work is required, specialised equipment or modifications are necessary. Always refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines regarding water operations.

 

What not to do with a long-reach excavator?

With a long-reach excavator, avoid the following:

  • Overloading the bucket beyond its recommended capacity.

  • Using it on unstable terrains without proper safety measures.

  • Ignoring regular maintenance checks.

  • Operating without adequate training or in disregard of safety guidelines.

 

What does ton mean in excavator?

In excavators, ‘ton’ refers to the machine’s operating weight. For instance, an 8t excavator has an operating weight of about 8 tonnes or 8,000 kilograms. It’s a metric to gauge the machine’s size and potential capacity.

 

What is the maximum slope an excavator can work in?

The maximum slope an excavator can safely operate on varies based on design, weight, track stability, and other factors. While some machines can work on slopes of up to 30%, it’s crucial to consult the manufacturer’s guidelines and conduct a risk assessment before working on inclined surfaces. Safety should always be the top priority.