KX033-4 Compact Excavator


February 7, 2017 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Kubota</em></p>

Kubota Tractor Corporation’s KX033-4 compact excavator, which replaces the KX91-3, shares many of the standard features of Kubota’s larger class machines, including a larger cab, dash-controlled presets for auxiliary circuits, and a standard hydraulic diverter valve.

The KX033-4 is powered by a 24.8 gross hp Kubota direct injection Tier 4 final certified engine. The engine does not require a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) or a diesel particulate filter (DPF).

Adjustable auxiliary hydraulics allow the operator to program up to five different oil flow rates, controlled from a new digital control panel. It features breakout force of 8,138 lbs. and a digging depth of 10 feet, 6 inches.

The KX033-4 compact excavator introduces a new control panel with five adjustable presets for precise flow control. The auxiliary hydraulic circuit is capable of maximum oil flow of 15.8 gallons per minute (60 liters) to power a variety of auxiliary attachments. The hydraulic system powers a boom, arm, and bucket with a maximum bucket breakout force of 8,138 lbs. and 3,867 lbs. on the arm.

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