Wheeled excavator

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    National II

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A wheeled excavator is a highly maneuverable excavator that is usually equipped with four large wheels that can drive and turn on flatter surfaces. Compared to crawler excavators, wheeled excavators are more suitable for working on flatter surfaces such as cities or construction sites because they are easier to handle and transport. Wheeled excavators are commonly used to excavate and move soil, rock, limestone, and other materials, as well as for cleaning and construction work.


  • 1Flexibility: Wheeled excavators are usually more flexible than crawler excavators and are able to move quickly on the construction site. They are generally better suited for use in places that require frequent movement, such as cities and suburbs.
  • 2better road driving performance: wheeled excavators have better driving performance on hard roads and can reach the construction site faster.
  • 3smaller ground pressure: Compared with crawler excavators, the weight distribution of wheeled excavators is more uniform, so when constructing on the construction site, the ground pressure of wheeled excavators will be smaller, and the damage to the ground is relatively small.
  • 4 lower energy consumption: Wheeled excavators have lower energy consumption than tracked ones, especially when driving on hard roads. As a result, wheeled excavators can save energy and operating costs.
  • 5easier to maintain: because the structure of the wheeled excavator is relatively simple, the maintenance and maintenance is also easier.


Main models and parameters of wheeled excavators

Model HT20 HT75W HT80W HT90W-Z HT115W HT150W HT160W HT215W
Weight(kg) 1980 7090 6840 7460 9700 12780 14000 21020
Power(kw) 14.1 46.3 50 50 60 93 93 140
Length(mm) 3635 6200 6200 6400 6550 7900 7900 9700
Height(mm) 2370 2920 2920 2910 3000 3255 3255 3700
Width(mm) 990/1300 2150 2150 2180 2380 2580 2580 2700
Bucket capacity(m³) 0.06 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.6 0.6 0.9-1