LBX Company announces three new heavy duty excavator models to its current product offering for all of North America.
The 210 X4, 250 X4, and 300 X4 are purpose-built for applications like demolition, land clearing, excavation and pipeline.
“LBX is excited to introduce another purpose built product line from the factory to offer alongside our Forestry equipment and Material Handlers,” said Chris Wise, Market Development Manager at LBX. “These Heavy Duty machines give our dealers and customers the ability to buy a machine that has been designed and engineered specifically for tougher applications. The lower is impressive with its aggressive stance and is built using upsized components, full track guards, and stronger carrier rollers to protect against all the rock and debris it tracks over.”
All heavy duty LBX models come with a high-wide undercarriage that features larger components for added durability, strength and performance.
In comparison to standard excavators, these models have an 11-17% wider stance and 40-50% higher ground clearance. So, according to LBX, these machines offer excellent stability and lifting capacities.
Also, improvements to traveling performance offer a 30% increase in drawbar pull.
All three models come standard with double bar grousers for added traction across rough terrain.
In addition, the HD attachments feature a high lift bracket for a greater working range and increased lift capacities.
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The power for all X4 machines comes from Isuzu Final Tier 4 engines. According to the company, these engines deliver exceptional power and low fuel/DEF consumption without using diesel particulate filters.
In terms of visibility, the X4 cabs feature high-resolution 7” LCD monitors and a rearview camera. Additional features include high-back air suspension seat with heat and tilt functionality, onboard Bluetooth, Free Swing and straight travel pedal. Installation of these features occurs in the factory. Also, all models come standard with combination hydraulics and proportional joysticks for added tool versatility and performance.
According to LBX, the 210 X4, 250 X4 and 300 X4 heavy duty excavators come with a 3-year/3,000-hour full machine warranty, a 5-year/3,000-hour EPA Emissions Warranty and a 3-year/10,000- hour Structural Warranty.
Also, the company claims that serviceability remains a strong selling feature due to easy access to all regular maintenance items.
Finally, RemoteCARE comes with each of these new models—no subscription charges or fees. This system provides 24/7 remote monitoring, machine health and security features.