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Product Snapshot: Midsize Hydraulic Excavator and 'Tier 4 Final' Diesel Engine

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The 180G LC Hydraulic Excavator is powered by an 121-hp, Interim Tier 4-certified John Deere PowerTech diesel engine. The 18-metric-ton excavator features a hydraulically driven fan in the cooling system that only runs as needed, conserving fuel and reducing noise levels. For easier maintenance, the excavator's Machine Information Center captures and stores performance and utilization data to gauge productivity. John Deere Construction & Forestry Division;
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This week we look at a hydraulic excavator from John Deere, an imaging thermometer from DeWalt, utility locators from Radiodetection, and a Tier 4 Final diesel engine from Cummins. Click here to begin the slide show.


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