New HITACHI EX5600-6 Face Shovel for sale

hitachi ex5600-6 29719 001 Hitachi EX5600-6
Full Specifications

Common Fields

Country Australia

Standard Fields

Make HITACHI
Model EX5600-6
Year 2012

Backhoe

Bottom Dump Bucket Capacity - m3 34
Cutting Edge Height - mm 19,700
Reach at ground level - mm 19,400
Dig depth to cut 244m - mm 8,700
Dump height - mm 12,200
Bucket breakout - kgf 151,000
Arm breakout - kgf 133,000

Drivetrain

Engine Make-Model 2x Cummins QSKTA50-CE
Net engine power SAE rated - kW 2 x 1119
Engine displacement - ltr 2x 50
Number of cylinders 2 x 16

Hydraulics

Pump types VD, Gear
Relief valve pressure main pumps - bar 29.4 MPa (Boom/Arm)
Main pumps flow - lpm 8x375,4x425L/min
Spare attachments spool No

Dimensions

Operating weight - MT 537
Transport length - mm 0
Transport height - mm 0
Tailswing radius - mm 7,950
Ground clearance - mm 1,100
Track length on ground - mm 9,350
Track pad width - mm 1400
Speed - kph 2.3
Gradeability - % 58
 
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