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EJCB introduces JS 75 Tracked Excavators
The Park, Visakhapatnam
5 July 2002
EJCB - the leaders in Excavators announced the launch of its tracked excavators- the JS 75 which was specially designed for the Indian environment for the first time in the country at Visakhapatnam. With this release, the JS 75 becomes heaviest tracked excavator loader in the 7 tonne segment.
Mr. Onkar Sunar, Managing Director of EJCB Limited said that the excavator was tested for endurance and that the launch was made in Andhra Pradesh, Maharastra and Karnataka in the first phase. Nitin Sareen of Escorts JCB was also present at the meet. more news..
The JS series of excavators were popular after the release of the JS 210 model during January 2000. Over 50 JS-75's will be distributed by the end of the year.
About JS 75
JS 75, EJCB's latest tracked excavator leaves the competition behind in technological improvements like Dual Mode Operation option, where one can operate it in either "Economy" or "Productivity" mode, thus making it ideal for plant hiring and high productivity jobs.
In the standard (economy) mode, the machine is more fuel efficient and is therefore more attractive for the plant hiring purposes, whereas in high (productivity) mode it works faster, thus making it ideal for plant contractors.
It needs low maintenance expenditure, and also benefits the user by finishing the work on time. A 360-degree view operator cabin and an ergonomically designed seat, makes it perfect for utmost comfort and safety.
JS 75 can be used in a range of applications like excavating and loading, road construction, trenching, dozing, pipe laying, dual-crusher loading, closed area operation and it is compact for transportation on trucks/tippers.
Not only does JS 75 have a 2-speed traveling option, but it is also the heaviest machine in its class, weighing at 8-tonnes with the dozer blade attachment.
All this comes with a Lower Ground Bearing Pressure, i.e. with the wide track-widths. This means that JS 75 can operate without fail under loose mud and silty soil conditions. Its smooth operation and low tail-swing radius allows the machine to dig, slew and dump even in confined areas.
The hydraulic components are protected by the highest standard of filtration to ensure long hydraulic fluid and component life. The machine is equipped with a Nephron Filter, which extends hydraulic oil change period up to 5000 hours.
By adding JS 75 to its product range, EJCB continues to expand its range of construction equipment.
Leading earth moving and construction equipment manufacturer EJCB is a 60:40 joint venture between the UK based-JC Bamford Excavators Limited and the Escorts Group. JC Bamford Excavators is the world's number one producer for backhoe loaders.
EJCB holds over 80 per cent of the excavators loaders market in India. EJCB offers a complete range of earth moving and construction equipment including 3D & 4CX Backhoe Loaders, 430 Z Loading Shovels, JS 210 Tracked Excavators, and Robot - Skid Steer Loaders. EJCB has in all 17000 strong customer base, 38 dealers and 140 dealer outlets.