BOOST YOUR PRODUCTIVITY, FUEL SAVINGS AND COMFORT.
The versatile new E55Bx compact excavator not only allows you to excavate, grade and backfill with one machine, it allows you to save fuel and time while doing it. The E55Bx features a new fuel-saving mode that reduces fuel consumption by 20% compared to high-idle mode. You position the throttle to one of three positions—low, “S” for fuel-saving, and “H” for high idle.
ADD MORE MINUTES TO YOUR DAY
Get ready to boost your daily productivity with the smooth, responsive power of compact excavators from New Holland. Comfort and versatility are part of their design. New Holland compact excavators not only allow you to excavate, grade and backfill with one machine, they allow you to save fuel and time while doing it.
RESTRICTED AREAS? NO SWEAT
New Holland compact excavators put big digging power into tight spaces. The center-swing boom arm lets you dig, fill and grade along near-perpendicular angles like footings, curbs and foundations. The boom light is now positioned snugly under the boom, not on the side where it could be damaged. And, zero tail swing means you operate in confidence, knowing your machine always operates within the track footprint.
HEAVY-DUTY BY DESIGN
These excavators are ruggedly built to deliver outstanding performance, day after day. In fact, these heavy-duty models feature many of the same robust design features found only on larger excavators:
AN EASY VIEW
Choose a 4-post ROPS/canopy or fully enclosed cab with standard air conditioning. Either choice gives you a clear all-direction view for confident, relaxed operation. On cab models, the air conditioner unit is positioned out of your line of sight.
AN OPEN DESIGN WITH CONVENIENT SLIDING DOOR
A wide entry welcomes you to the operator station, and you’ll appreciate the foot and shoulder room New Holland excavators offer. The adjustable seat and wrist supports allow for personalized comfort. The convenient sliding cab door (models E30B and E35B) maintains your excavator’s footprint by gliding open within the machine frame so it’s never in the way.
|Displacement, cu in (l)||133.5 (2.2)|
|Horsepower ISO NET (KW) @ rpm||37.4 (27.9) @ 2,400|
|Arm length||5’ 6.5” (1.69)|
|Boom length||9’ 6” (2.89)|
|Overall length||18’ (5.5)|
|Overall width (collapsed)||-|
|Overall width (expanded)||6’ 5” (1.96)|
|Overall height (to top of canopy)||8’ 3” (2.53)|
|Base machine length||9' 7" (2.92)|
|Ground clearance of rear end||2’ 0.5” (0.625)|
|Center distance of tumblers||6’ 6” (2.0)|
|Overall length of crawler||8’ 2” (2.5)|
|Track gauge (collapsed)||-|
|Track gauge (expanded)||5' 1" (1.56)|
|Width of crawler shoe (rubber)||15.7” (400)|
|Ground clearance of undercarriage||12” (0.32)|
|Base machine weight, lb (kg)||12,295 (5130)|
|Base machine weight with bucket, lb (kg)||-|
|Working weight, lb (kg)||11,309 lbs (5130 kg)|
|Travel speed (turtle), mph (km/h)||1.4 (2.2)|
|Travel speed (rabbit), mph (km/h)||2.5 (4.0)|
|Drawbar pull force, lb (kN)||12,342 (54.9)|
|Arm breakout force, SAE lbf (kN)||5,328 (23.7)|
|Arm breakout force, ISO lbf (kN)||-|
|Bucket breakout force, SAE lbf (kN)||6,992 (31.1)|
|Bucket breakout force, ISO lbf (kN)||-|
|Max digging reach||20’ 5” (6.24)|
|Max digging reach at ground level||20’ (6.10)|
|Max digging depth||12’ 9” (3.90)|
|Max digging height||19’ 5” (5.93)|
|Max dumping clearance||14' 3" (4.35)|
|Min dumping clearance||5' 2" (1.58)|
|Max vertical wall digging depth||10’ 3” (3.14)|
|Min front swing radius||7' 4" (2.25)|
|Height at min front swing radius||14' 8" (4.48)|
|Horizontal digging stroke - ground level||9' 10" (3.00)|
|Ground pressure, psi (kPa)||4.19 (28.9)|