Sakaki-Machi, Japan (Oct. 1, 2023): Takeuchi continues to expand its 300 Series excavator product line with the addition of the new TB320. The TB320 is part of the manufacturer’s two-tonne class, and it features a conventional tail swing design for greater lifting capacity and better stability.
“Demand for excavators in the two-tonne class continues to grow,” said Clay Eubanks, Takeuchi’s director of global sales. “The TB320 is small enough to work on confined urban job-sites or those with limited access while offering levels of comfort, power and performance typical of larger excavators. It’s easy to transport, making it ideal for a wide range of applications, from utility work on city streets to digging and grading on residential sites.”
The TB320 weighs 1,930 kg in canopy configuration and 2,060 kg when equipped with a cab. The excavator is powered by a diesel engine that is EU Stage V compliant, delivering 12.0 kW and up to 52.7 Nm of torque. A four-pump hydraulic system delivers smooth, harmonized control of the work equipment. The TB320 provides a bucket breakout force of 17.0 kN, arm breakout force of 9.1 kN, traction force of 21.1 kN and a maximum dig depth of 2,370 mm.
Both canopy and cab configurations are equipped with a primary auxiliary circuit plumbed to mid-arm. Up to four service ports provide superior versatility while increasing the range of hydraulic attachment options. Service Port 1 is controlled by a proportional slider switch on the machine’s left joystick and delivers best-in-class high flow of 40 L/minute for compatibility with a wide range of hydraulically driven attachments. Triple-flange track rollers improve track life by providing greater support, with multiple points of contact to reduce the risk of de-tracking.
The TB320 also includes many features intended to enhance the operator’s experience, including a 3.5” multifunction monitor. Other interior features include an adjustable suspension seat, a two-inch retractable seat belt and a12V power outlet. Cab models offer heat and defrost functions, windshield wiper and washer, skylight and AM/FM Bluetooth radio. DAB/DAB+ radio with Bluetooth hands-free function is optional on cab configurations.
Takeuchi’s Fleet Management (TFM) telematics system is optional on the TB320. TFM reduces downtime and controls costs by providing owner/operators with machine health and condition, run time (hours) and machine location, as well as remote diagnostics, scheduled maintenance reminders and customizable alert settings. TFM also gives owners the ability to geofence their machines, helping them protect and secure their investments.
“The new TB320 is just another example of Takeuchi’s dedication to providing a robust line of compact excavators that can help owners and operators be more comfortable, efficient and productive,” Eubanks said. “The TB320 demonstrates how today’s smaller excavators now offer more features and versatility than ever before.”
For more information on Takeuchi excavators and track loaders, visit www.takeuchiglobal.com.
Takeuchi is an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer of an extensive line of compact excavators and compact track loaders. Founded in 1963, Takeuchi was the first company to introduce the compact excavator, setting the stage for one of the highest growth product segments ever introduced in the compact equipment market. The compact excavator has become a main line product for both rental and construction/utility companies. Takeuchi continued to lead the compact construction industry with the introduction of the first compact track loader to North America.
For more information, please contact:
Clay Eubanks, Director of Global Sales, Takeuchi
Stephen Odum, National Marketing Manager, Takeuchi-US