Tata Hitachi launches ZX670H mining excavator
Tata Hitachi, the Bengaluru-based construction machinery company, has recently launched the all-new mining excavator ZX670H at the Kharagpur plant. This made-in-India machine is powered by an environmentally friendly EPA Tier II engine.
Tata Hitachi, the Bengaluru-based construction machinery company, has recently launched the all-new mining excavator ZX670H at the Kharagpur plant. This Made-in-India machine is powered by an environmentally friendly EPA Tier II engine.
According to the company, the powerful 295 kW (400 PS) engine is designed to tackle the toughest jobs at any mining site with ease. The ZX670H offers maximum efficiency with a wide range of bucket options varying from 3.3 cum to 4.1 cum. These precisely matched buckets ensure optimal loading for haulers, leading to increased productivity for both the excavator and dumper.
Features like rock solid front attachment, improved undercarriage, reinforced boom, and arm, DLC coated fuel injector, ensure the durability of ZX670H and allow the machine to withstand extended hours of work in tough and rugged working conditions.
This machine has been designed and equipped with all the necessary safety features to ensure complete compliance with DGMS regulations. Also, ZX670H comes with an ISO standard FOPS (Falling Object, Protective Structure) cabin to ensure operator safety and has an integrated, overhead guard to help provide protection from falling objects. The safe and comfortable cabin is designed to reduce the operator’s fatigue.
According to Sandeep Singh, Managing Director, Tata Hitachi, this is a made-in-India machine with proven Japanese technology and offers best-in-class features that ensure maximum durability. "With more than 20 years of experience in Full Maintenance Contract (FMC) support for all mining equipment, we are ready to support the ZX670H across India for trouble-free performance.”
The new ZX670H comes with ConSite (a telematics system), which provides all relevant information to customers. Tata Hitachi also provides customised service solutions like annual maintenance contracts, full maintenance contracts, and CAP contracts to match customer requirements for service and parts support.
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