JCB India, India’s leading manufacturer of construction equipment vehicles, today launched its new range of CEV Stage IV compliant wheeled construction equipment vehicles. With the launch of these machines, JCB India has become the first company in the industry to introduce CEV Stage IV emission norms in its range of wheeled machines. The range includes 3DX Plus and 4DX backhoe loaders, VM117 soil compactor, 530-70 and 530-110 telehandlers that comply with the new emission norms. For bulk handling, three new wheel loaders, the 433-4, 437-4 and 455-4, were also launched with new engines.
At an event held in Jaipur, Deepak Shetty, CEO & Managing Director, JCB India said, “Sustainable growth has always been the cornerstone of our operations. We welcome the introduction of CEV Stage IV emission standards for wheeled construction equipment vehicles. This new range is our strong commitment to the environment and sustainability. Apart from being lower in emissions, these machines are also more fuel-efficient, thus reducing the overall cost of ownership of the equipment.” The machines come with JCB’s advanced telematics technology called JCB LiveLink. This revolutionary technology machine Gives real-time updates about the performance, its operation and its location as well as health parameters.They can be geo-fenced, time-bound and can be located via GPS.As of now, about 1,80,000 LiveLink enabled JCB machines have been sold. It has changed the way customers manage their fleet. In addition, JCB’s Intelli-Diagnostic technology helps in accurate fault finding through a digital interface. Additionally, JCB Genuine parts can also be ordered online through the Parts mobile application.
Deepak Shetty further added, “As infrastructure projects require round the clock operation, we realized that our customers are able to be in touch with their fleet at all times. JCB LiveLink has made this possible. Digital technology in our products Our investments in integrating our JCB product have made the experience of owning a JCB product truly world class, and this will only increase in times to come. The event took place at JCB India’s state-of-the-art factory in Jaipur. Commissioned in the year 2014 This is JCB’s youngest manufacturing facility in India and manufactures backhoe loaders, mini excavators, skid steers, telehandlers and new access range of machines. He said, “Many of the products launched today are going to be manufactured at JCB Jaipur. We are proud to create a young, vibrant and gender-diverse manufacturing facility where all job roles are gender-neutral. Currently, women comprise about 35% of the workforce on the shop floor, and machines manufactured in Jaipur are exported to over 55 countries. The facility is built around a strong sustainability model as it has zero discharge and makes substantial use of solar energy. The transition from BS(III) to CEV Stage IV emission standards required a significant step-change in technology and JCB continued its investment despite the pandemic. Various programs have been undertaken by the company over the past few months to develop skills in its product support network to ensure that customers get world class product support.
The machines are engineered in India keeping in mind the requirement of the Indian clients. They have been tested and verified across the country for about 1,00,000 hours. The new backhoe loader range includes the new 3DX Plus, 3DX Super, 3DX Extra and 4DX that meet the needs of various applications and come with over 30 innovative features. The new 3DX Plus is 7% more fuel-efficient and has up to 8% more digging force for improved performance. In PLUS mode, the machine has 25% more productivity in the excavator end versus in economy mode. With 15% lower maintenance cost, the machine provides excellent return on investment. The 4DX backhoe loader on the other hand is 12% more fuel-efficient and comes with a Smooth Ride System (SRS), AMT and servo control excavators as standard.
Of the three wheeled loading shoelaces offered, the 433-4 comes with the JCB Ecomax 444 engine and ZF axle and transmission. With improved output of up to 8% and increased fuel efficiency of up to 10%, this new machine is also low on maintenance and comes with a 15% larger cabin. The larger 437-4 is equipped with the JCB 448 Eco Max engine and the ZF Germany WG 130 transmission. The new model is 10% more fuel-efficient than the outgoing model and features a larger cabin for operator comfort along with lower maintenance cost. And the 455-4 has a Cummins engine, ZF Germany axles and a WG 190 transmission. With an increased output of up to 5% in Power Mode and an improvement in fuel efficiency of up to 10%, this machine is designed to perform in the toughest applications.
JCB also introduced the new VM 117 Soil Compactor which is powered by a 55 kW JCB Ecomax 444 engine without the need for engine post-treatment. The machine is 10% more fuel efficient than the previous model. It has high productivity, reliability and operator comfort making it the preferred choice for compaction needs.
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