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Tue March 14, 2023 - National Edition
To demonstrate how it can help customers manage energy transitions and increase efficiencies to help reduce fuel burn and emissions, Komatsu will showcase its HB365LC-3 hybrid excavator at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2023.
In booth W42044, visitors to the show can learn more about the 269-hp machine and how this hybrid excavator is designed to provide high production and efficiency with low fuel consumption.
Engineered for productivity and performance, this hybrid excavator's generator/motor system provides an additional 70 hp on demand and up to 15 percent more productivity in P mode.
Offering environmentally friendly operation, the HB365LC-3 can deliver up to 20 percent greater fuel efficiency but with 20 percent lower CO2 emissions. With thousands of hybrids working globally, the HB365LC-3 offers comfortable operation due to its 2dB interior/exterior sound reduction and comes with a 7-year, 15,000-hour transferable warranty on hybrid components.
The HB365LC-3 will be displayed at ConExpo with Smart Construction Retrofit, a guidance kit that gives operators in the field and managers in the office access to 3D design and payload data to help drive accuracy, control load volumes and improve operations. Easily installed by a local Komatsu distributor, these low-cost kits can reduce work for operators, as they no longer have to set up a laser or bench every time the machine moves. The global navigation satellite system (GNSS) can determine where a machine is on the job site and what the target grade is to help reduce handling and reworking material.
For more information, visit www.komatsu.com.
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