Kubota’s new compact excavator

Kubota’s KX033-4 compact, three tone excavator is the latest member of its KX series and replaces the KX91-3.

The machine shares many of the standard features that Kubota’s larger class machines including a larger cab, dash-controlled pre-sets for auxiliary circuits and a standard hydraulic diverter valve are a few examples of the new features.

“The KX033-4 is a welcomed breath of fresh air for the three to four tonne compact excavator class,” says Kevin Hamilton, Kubota CE sales manager.

“It delivers best-in-class hydraulic breakout power while setting the pace and achieving fast cycle times, resulting in more material moved per hour when tested head-to-head against other 3-ton excavators.

“A top feature on this machine is the adjustable auxiliary pre-set controls which lets you dial the hydraulics up or down for specific attachments, conveniently from the operator station.”

The KX033-4 is powered by a 24.8 gross horsepower Kubota direct injection Tier 4 Final certified engine and the machine has a breakout force of 8138 pounds and a digging depth of 3.2 metres

It also features a new control panel with five adjustable pre‑sets for precise flow control for the attachment and task at hand. The auxiliary hydraulic circuit is capable of a maximum oil flow of 60 litres to power a greater variety of auxiliary attachments.

Kubota is imported in New Zealand by C B Norwood Distributors.

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