Caterpillar unveils Cat 350 series excavators
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Caterpillar unveils Cat 350 series excavators

Caterpillar has unveiled its new 105,100-pound 350 excavators. The company says the new machines offer a powerful digging force and strong swing torque while consuming up to 13% less fuel than the Cat 349.

“Caterpillar is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, while helping our customers meet their climate-related objectives,” said Brian Abbott, Caterpillar global product manager for large hydraulic excavators. “The 350 is our latest example of delivering on that commitment.”

The new 350 can be equipped with buckets with up to 4.2 cubic yards of capacity. The excavator has a maximum reach of 39 feet 10 inches at ground level and a max loading height of 24 feet 3 inches. Cat reports maximum digging depth of 26 feet 11 inches.

Powered by a Cat C9.3B engine, the excavator offers three power modes to further reduce fuel consumption. Engine oil and fuel filters are synchronized for service at 1,000 hours, increasing uptime and reducing parts and labor costs. Cat says the hydraulic oil filter offers a 3,000-hour replacement interval, an increase of 50 percent over the previous design.

With a high-ambient temperature capability of 125 degrees Fahrenheit and cold-start function with auto hydraulic warm up feature at 0° F, the 350 can work in various climates. An optional cold-start function allows the 350 to operate at -25 degrees F.

Caterpillar has unveiled its new 105,100-pound 350 excavators. The company says the new machines offer a powerful digging force and strong swing torque while consuming up to 13% less fuel than the Cat 349. “Caterpillar is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, while helping our customers meet their climate-related objectives,” said Brian Abbott, Caterpillar global product manager for large hydraulic excavators. “The 350 is our latest example of delivering on that commitment.” The new 350 can be equipped with buckets with up to 4.2 cubic yards of capacity. The excavator has a maximum reach of 39 feet 10 inches at ground level and a max loading height of 24 feet 3 inches. Cat reports maximum digging depth of 26 feet 11 inches. Powered by a Cat C9.3B engine, the excavator offers three power modes to further reduce fuel consumption. Engine oil and fuel filters are synchronized for service at 1,000 hours, increasing uptime and reducing parts and labor costs. Cat says the hydraulic oil filter offers a 3,000-hour replacement interval, an increase of 50 percent over the previous design. With a high-ambient temperature capability of 125 degrees Fahrenheit and cold-start function with auto hydraulic warm up feature at 0° F, the 350 can work in various climates. An optional cold-start function allows the 350 to operate at -25 degrees F.

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