The EC37's high system pressure creates the needed traction force when climbing gradients or traveling over rough terrain.  -  Photo: Volvo

The EC37's high system pressure creates the needed traction force when climbing gradients or traveling over rough terrain.

Photo: Volvo

Volvo's new EC37 is a compact excavator with longer track lines, a high breakout force, and lifting capabilities to increase productivity. This new model replaces the phased-out EC35D, ECR35D and ECR40D excavators and while offer the same easy-to-operate functionality.

The EC37 has a conventional upper carriage design plus a new elongated undercarriage for enhanced stability thanks to a better weight balance provided by the longer contact between the tracks and the ground.

Versatile and Stable Performanced Throughout

The EC37's high system pressure creates the needed traction force when climbing gradients or traveling over rough terrain, while additional power comes from the machines’ breakout force, tear out force, and lifting capacity. 

The excavator also features a customizable hydraulics flow setting and work modes for a large range of attachments and applications. If there is more than one person operating the machine, customers can set up the control however each person sees fit with a few setting changes on the new style human machine interface. 

The optional Volvo hydraulic thumb allows for flexibilitiy of applications such as lifting, piling, carrying, placing and loading. It can be fully retracted against the arm for full unobstructed use of the bucket or breaker.

The new model boasts 50 hours greasing intervals, easily accessed service points, wide opening engine and rear hoods and a very high fuel tank capacity of 70 liters, ensuring uptime is kept to a maximum.

With auto engine shutdown, hours not worked are not recorded, keeping the machine’s operation efficient for longer while reducing maintenance costs. The patented multifunction hydraulic oil filter also provides outstanding protection to the hydraulic system.