Komatsu PC228 Excavator
The Komatsu PC228 Excavator ensures maximum productivity and control when room is tight.
- Safe SpaceCab™
- ROPS compliant
- EU Stage V engine
- Rear view camera
- Optimal jobsite safety
- Safe access, easy maintenance
- Falling Object Protection System (FOPS) optional
All our excavators can also be fitted with demolition guards making them ideal for demolition work in confined areas.
Ultra-short tail swing
The Komatsu PC228USLC-11 ultra-short tail excavator does so much more than simply meet EU Stage V emission regulations.
Its ultrashort tail swing radius is perfect for work in tight spaces, particularly in urban areas, or for road construction, logging and demolition. Thanks to optimised packaging, the PC228USLC-11 is exceptionally stable.
The PC228USLC-11 has a rounded profile with minimal protrusions at both the front and the rear. Komatsu has also improved operator comfort and included many new safety features.
The Komatsu PC228 is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that enhances its performance and efficiency. This includes a user-friendly, high-resolution monitor that provides real-time information on the machine’s operation. Additionally, the PC228 can be equipped with GPS and telematics technology, allowing for remote monitoring and data collection to optimize performance and reduce downtime.
Komatsu is known for producing heavy machinery that is built to last, and the PC228 is no exception. It is constructed with high-quality materials and is designed to withstand the rigors of the construction industry. Regular maintenance and servicing can keep the PC228 operating efficiently for years, making it a sound investment for construction companies looking for reliable machinery.
Comfortable and Spacious Cab
The operator’s comfort is a top priority in the design of the PC228. The spacious cab is designed to provide a comfortable working environment, reducing operator fatigue during long hours of operation. It’s equipped with ergonomic controls, air conditioning, and excellent visibility, allowing operators to work more efficiently and with less strain. This focus on operator comfort not only enhances productivity but also contributes to job site safety.