Zero-emission
For a sustainable future

ELECTRIC MACHINES

Carbon neutrality by 2050

Drawing upon over a century of Komatsu expertise in design, development, and manufacturing, our electric machines show a commitment to a sustainable future. Komatsu regards the market introduction of new electric models as a springboard for the development of a market for small electric construction and part of Komatsu’s global initiative to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Hydraulic excavators are the most versatile type of construction equipment, and the 20-tonnes and other medium-sized class excavators in particular are used for a wide range of jobsites and applications, centring on excavating and loading earth and sand. By launching these models, Komatsu is working to create an electrified machine market for small and medium-sized class construction equipment.

– Significantly reduces CO2 emissions compared to engine types
– As it is electric, there are no emissions at the site of operation
– Significantly reduces engine noise and ambient noise
– Lower maintenance costs compared to internal combustion engine models

2-ton class
PC20E electric excavator
Engine power: 11.8 kW
Zero emissions
Operating weight: 2100 kg
Bucket capacity: 0.02 – 0.03 m³

2.5-ton class
PC26E electric excavator
Engine power: 15.8 kW
Zero emissions
Operating weight: 2655 kg
Bucket capacity: 0.035 – 0.085 m³

3.5-ton class
PC33E-6 electric excavator
Engine power: 17.4 kW
Zero emissions
Operating weight: 3620 kg
Bucket capacity: 0.1 m³

Designed to set new standards in emission-free operation, with exceptional performance and unrivalled safety features, the PC33E-6 a new 3-ton class electric mini excavator equipped with a lithium-ion battery.

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13-ton class
PC138E-11 electric excavator
Engine power: 72.5 kW
Zero emissions
Operating weight: 15000 kg
Bucket capacity: 0.72 m³

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20-ton class
PC210E-11 electric excavator
Engine power: 123 kW
Zero emissions
Operating weight: 22800 kg
Bucket capacity: 1.16 m³

Same performance data as a conventional PC210.

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