Release of the Hitachi HX120B, HX140B Crawler-type High Elevation Work Vehicle
Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. (President: Ryuichi Seguchic ;Capital: ¥²2,199,050,000) has developed and will release for sale the telescope boom-type HX 120B (12.02m work height limit) and the HX 140B (13.9m work height limit) on September 17.
These two new machine types have been released amongst the already popular HX64B, HX99B, and HX220B to make this an industry top-class series for crawler-type high elevation work vehicles. Both types are hydraulically operated, and maintenance characteristics far surpass those of the earlier electrically operated types. The powerful compact body effectively permits work in tight places, and ease of maintenance and inspections are just some of the features they possess. The projected combined sales goal for the two is 100 machines/year.
- Compact body suited to narrow work sites; Compact body with small rear-end revolution radius; A powerful ally in narrow work sites.
- Comfortable operation; Hydraulic pilot system allows delicate maneuvering.
- Easy overall maintenance, daily maintenance, and inspections can be easily done from the engine room-side door; Use of our own HB bush ,which allows for long intervals between greasings.
|Max. work height limit
|Max. work radius
|Load capacity (kg)
|Back end work radius
|Total length during transport
(boom fully retracted)
|Total height during transport
(boom fully lowered)
|Total width during transport
(full crawler width)
|Engine std. output: kW/min-1
||13.6 / 2,200
||13.6 / 2,200
Note: SI unit indications are based in international units.