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    Lectura specs Construction machinery Mini Excavators Mini Excavators Kobelco Kobelco SK 45 SRX 6E specifications

    Technical specs - SK 45 SRX 6E Kobelco

    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 4.54 t
    Transport length 5.28 m
    Transport width 1.96 m
    Transport height 2.53 m
    Bucket capacity 0.14 m³
    Track width 400 mm
    Driver protection KbR
    Max. Reach horizontal 5.97 m
    Dredging depth 3.58 m
    Tear-out force 20.9 kN
    Engine manuf. Yanmar
    Engine type 4TNV88-B
    Engine power 29.5 kW
    Displacement 2.189 l
    Revolutions at max torque 1440 rpm
    Max. torque 132.9 Nm
    No. of cylinders 4
    Emission level Euro V
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    Basic model with standard bucket

    SK 45 SRX 6E Kobelco - Special equipment

    • Track adaption
    • Rubber track
    • Blade
    • Aircondition
    • Quick hitch hydr.
    • Quick hitch mech.
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    4.54t

    5.28 m

    1.96 m

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