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    Technical specs - SH510LHD-6 MASS Sumitomo

    Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur. Contact our team with any change suggestion.

    Weight 51.4 t
    Transport length 11.67 m
    Transport width 3.7 m
    Transport height 3.44 m
    Bucket capacity 2.8 m³
    Track width 600 mm
    Boom MB
    Max. Reach horizontal 10.92 m
    Dredging depth 6.45 m
    Tear-out force 274 kN
    Bucket width 1.94 m
    Engine manuf. Isuzu
    Engine type GH-6UZ1X
    Displacement 9.839 l
    Revolutions at max torque 1500 rpm
    Max. torque 1363 Nm
    No. of cylinders 6
    Cylinder bore x stroke 120x145 mm
    Emission level Tier III
    Bucket capacity min. ###
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    Undercarriage ###
    Dimension lxwxh ###
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    Basic model incl. ROPS cabin, traction drive, standard boom and standard bucket

    SH510LHD-6 MASS Sumitomo - Special equipment

    • Diesel particulate filter
    • Track adaption
    • Blade
    • Cabin adjustment
    • Overload alert
    • Material Handling Excavator
    • Aircondition
    • Quick hitch hydr.
    • Quick hitch mech.

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    11.67 m

    3.7 m

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