LISHIDE BRAND CRAWLER TYPE EXCAVATOR SC450.8LC

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SC450.8LC hydraulic excavator is independently developed and manufactured, and the success of the 45 ton large tonnage excavator marks that Lishide has mature technologies in developing large tonnage excavators. As there is few manufacturers in China that can produce large tonnage excavators, Lishide ‘s comprehensive competition force is greatly improved.
SC450.8LC adopts originally imported Cummins engine, with rated power of 254KW/1800rpm, featuring large power, low fuel consumption, and low maintenance fee, and the max. gradient ability of 70%. It adopts specially designed Kawasaki hydraulic system and KYB travel motor, which ensures the reliability and stability of hydraulic system; it adopts the cutting-edge automatic EPOS electronic power control system; and the materials and manufacturing process and the track frame, upper turntable, boom, arm and bucket all meet the international KES standards, featuring good strength and high performance. The ergonomically designed cab has comfortable operation environment and good vision, low noise, and full view front and side windows ensure superior vision from each direction. The cab is also installed with automatic air conditioning system as standard configuration.


Parameters 

ModelSC450.8LC
Weight (T)46.5
Bucket capacity (m3)2.1
Engine modelCUMMINS QSM11
Power (kw/r/min)254/1800
Travel speed (km/h)4.8/3.0
Slewing speed (r/min)8.6
Gradeability (%)70
Bucket digging force (KN)256
Ground pressure (KPa)88.5
Max. flow (L/min)360*2
Fuel tank capacity (L)650
Hydraulic tank volume (L)335

Dimension 

A- Overall length (mm)12180
B- Overall width (mm)3340
C- Overall height (boom top) (mm)3640
D- Overall height (cab top) (mm)3280
Boom length (mm)7060
Arm length (mm)3380


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