Transport weight: 1787kg-1827kg. Zero Emissions. Lithium-ion Technology.
The new 19C-1E lead the way as the industry’s first fully electric mini excavator. It can do a full day’s work on a single charge and leads the way in clean technology, reducing harmful emissions, especially in urban, air quality sensitive environments and enclosed spaces.
It belongs to a new generation of electric products with zero emissions at point of use that are still capable of peak performance. Here is a range of its features, making it the undisputed leader in a new class of vehicle.
- Three charging options of 110V, 230V and 415V for great versatility in where it can work;
- Batteries are completely maintenance free,minimising daily checks;
- With a low operating weight and a combined 10 tie down points, the 19C-1E can be easily transported to wherever it’s needed,
- Electro proportional control as standard enables finer control through an auxiliary thumb switch to allow for precision control of attachments.
- New hydraulic system allows for smooth, accurate operation for even the less experienced operator.
- Bucket rotation is a huge 201°, offering great spoil retention for total freedom in multi-sector work.
- Simple in design, the canopy offers an excellent 270° visibility when or working in confined areas.
- Graphite impregnated bushes with industry’s lowest greasing intervals of 500 hours, means no need for daily greasing.
- Dozer geometry allows the blade to become free of material build up.
- Hydraulic system allows travel in a straight line at the same time as selecting excavator functions, increasing productivity.
- At 6 decibels (external noise) quieter than the diesel variant.
- Auto idle makes working efficiently simple by reducing the revs when idle for a set amount of time and therefore utilises the battery in the most effective way.
- Reduced minimum front swing radius for a compact machine that can tuck up to work in the tightest of conditions without compromise to load over height.
————————————————————————————————————————On display courtesy of JCB Ltd, Rocester, Staffordshire on 30th October 2019, in celebration of the company winning the Dewar Trophy for the vehicle’s design.