HBC110-12-158S,Automatic piston retraction make maintenance easy.

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Engine (For Pumping Kit)SDEC (Caterpillar Technology)
Engine ModelC6121ZG51B
Rated Power158KW , 2200r/min
Max. Concrete Output112/67 m3/h
Max. Concrete Pressure7/12 MPa
Max. Concrete Pumping Height140 m
Main Hydraulic Pump Displacement190 ml/r
Concrete Slump120~230 mm

FEATURES

Operator safety and comfort

  • Remote and Local control modes available.


  • Operator-Oriented info displays with clear and helpful display of errors.

Reliable

  • Electric components from SIEMENS and OMRON.


  • Hydraulic valves from Rexroth and Vickers.


  • World class components used for key systems.


  • V-shaped waterproof hydraulic seals prevent the hydraulic oil from being emulsified.

Easy to Maintain

  • Block distributor ensures lubricating points get proper amount of grease.


  • Maintenance free hydraulic valves from Rexroth and Vickers.


  • Automatic piston retraction make maintenance easy.


  • Convenient placement of key maintenance points.


  • Life long maintenance free seals with stirring technology. 


  • Long life self lubricating shaft bushings on S tube.


  • Parts, service and attachments you can count on.

Built for Efficiency

  • Available to meet emission standards with powerful low fuel consumption engines.


  • High load capacity for maximum efficiency.


  • Redesigned hopper with S tube increases concrete flow ability and efficiency.


  • Open and closed loop hydraulic systems available to meet customer needs .


  • Automatic "Instant High and Low Pressure" switch.

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