Compact equipment maker Takeuchi has launched the TB2150 hydraulic excavator, which replaces the company’s TB1140 Series 2 excavator. Representing a complete redesign, the TB2150 is now the largest – and, the company says, most capable – excavator in the Takeuchi lineup.
At 34,480 pounds, the machine delivers greater functionality, performance, comfort and serviceability than the TB1140 Series 2 model, the manufacturer says.
The TB2150 offers a maximum digging depth of 18 feet, maximum dump height of 20 feet, 4.9 inches; maximum reach of 28 feet, 8.9 inches; and maximum bucket breakout force of 22,190 pounds.
Powered by a Tier 4 Final Deutz TCD 3.6-liter turbocharged diesel engine, the TB2150 produces 114 horsepower, a 10 percent increase over the previous version. It also delivers 339 ft.-lbs. of torque, a 19 percent increase.
Takeuchi says the engine uses a DOC+SCR diesel exhaust after-treatment system that requires the use of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).
The operator’s station has been revamped with an automotive-style interior, the manufacturer says, featuring a spacious cabin and a heated high-back air-suspension seat.
The excavator also includes boom and arm holding valves, an overload alarm and a new rear-view camera that displays objects behind the machine on the color monitor.
Access to key maintenance points has been simplified, the company says, and the excavator’s fuel tank capacity has increased 5 percent over the previous TB1140 Series 2.
In addition, the machine comes standard with Takeuchi’s new telematics system, Takeuchi Fleet Management. The manufacturer says the TB2150 is available now.