7 Ton JCM Hydraulic Crawler Excavator, Small Excavator, 907D

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Operating Weight is 7.1t, equipped with CUMMINS B3.3 Engine(Tier II), with Boom 3.71m, Arm 1.65m, Bucket 0.28m3, and Blade 2210mm×386.5mm.

JCM907D HydraulicCrawler Excavator

TechnicalSpecifications

          Engine

    Travel System

Model

CUMMINS B3.3

Travel motors

JEIL,Korea; Variable  axial piston motor

Type

Four-cylinder in line,

natural intake

Support roller quantities

2×5

Carrier roller quantities

2×1

No. of cylinder

4

Travel shoes

2×38

Bore and stroke

95mm×115mm

Travel speed

3.14/5.26km/h

Displacement

3.3L

Drawbar pulling force

67.7kN

Power output

45kW/2200rpm

Grade ability

70% (35°)

Ground clearance

362mm

      Hydraulic System

      Cab Control

Pump

KAWASAKI,Japan

Cab

All-weather, sound-suppressed  Cab and equipped with a heavy,  insulated Floor Mat; Front Window can be opened and slid; 6-direction  adjustable Seat; LED display, Automatic monitoring, display and warning; cool  & hot Air Conditioner

Type

variable double–piston pump

Max. discharge flow

2×74.8L/min

Max. discharge pressure

Boom, arm and bucket

27.5MPa

Control

Two hand levers and two foot pedals for travel Two hand levers for  excavating and swing;

Electric rotary-type engine throttle

Travel circuit

27.5MPa

Swing circuit

23.5MPa

Control circuit

4.9MPa

Boom, Arm Bucket

Pilot control pump

Gear type

Boom cylinder

115mm×65mm×864mm

Main control valve

Negative flow control

Arm cylinder

100mm×60mm×867mm

Oil cooler

Air cooled type

Bucket cylinder

90mm×55mm×710mm

      Swing System

Refilling  Capacitieslubrications

Swing motor

KYB,Japan

Fuel tank

170L

Swing motor type

Axial-piston motor

Cooling system

20L

Brake

Hydraulic oil released

Engine oil

13L

Parking brake

Hydraulic disc brake

Hydraulic oil tank

100L  Tank oil level

Swing speed

11.2r/min

180L  Hydraulic system

                          Bucket

 

Type

Backhoe bucket

 

    Bucket capacity

0.28m3 (SAE)

 

Bucket width

804mm

 

Arm Type

 

A

Max. digging depth

7127mm

 

B

Max. dumping height

5110mm

 

C

Max. digging height

4147mm

 

D

Max. vertical digging depth

3579mm

 

E

Max. Depth cut for 2440m(8')Level Bottom

3766mm

 

F

Max. digging distance

6326mm

 

G

Max. digging radius at ground level

6181mm

 

H

Min. swing radius of work equipment

1812mm

 

Digging Force (ISO6015)        Unit: kN

 

Arm length

1650mm

 

Bucket digging force

53.6kN

 

Arm digging force

39.9kN

 

Arm Type                                 1650mm

 

A

Overall length

6146mm

I

Tread

2135mm

 

B

Ground contact length  (Transportation)

3731mm

J

Track length

2768mm

 

C

Overall height(to top  of boom)

2588mm

K

Track gauge

1700mm

 

D

Overall width

2210mm

L

Track width

2150mm

 

E

Overall height(to top  of cab)

2595mm

M

Shoe width

450mm

 

F

Counter weight ground  clearance

775mm

O

Bonnet height

1725mm

 

G

Ground clearance

362mm

P

Revolving frame width

2184mm

 

H

Tail swing radius

1750mm

Q

Distance from swivel  center to tail

1750mm

 

 

             Operating  Weight and Ground Pressure

 

Operating weight includes basic machine (with boom 3.71m, arm 1.65m  bucket 0.28m3, and blade 2210mm×386.5mm)

 

Shoe width

450mm

 

Overall width

2210mm

 

Ground pressure

36.2KPa

 

Operating weight

7100kg

 


















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