The benefits of JCB JS130 Excavators make them one of our leading lines and they are available at Fenton Plant Machinery.
Within our range of machinery for sale, the benefits of JCB JS130 excavators have made them one of our most popular machines. The latest JCB JS130s have excellent front visibility, with a 70/30 front screen split and a clear view of the front right track for easy, safe trench digging and manoeuvring. Because it doesn’t require bulky after-treatment like DPF, the new compact EcoMAX T4F engine can be housed under an innovative low-level bonnet, providing excellent rearward visibility.
For tremendous speed and control, a JCB JS130 excavator has a balanced slew and electronic/hydraulic controlled slew braking. Auxiliary options can also be specified with proportional control options for even more smoothness and precision. An easy-to-read 3.5” colour multi-function display provides instant operational information, and has customisable home screens.
The latest models are designed and developed using Efficient Design philosophy, the JS130 is a 13-tonne tracked excavator that’s equipped with a host of efficiency, performance, comfort and safety innovations. Like the new award-winning EcoMAX T4F engine, which meets Stage IV/Tier 4F legislation without using a bulky DPF. In turn, this means you can expect countless everyday benefits to using the JS130 tracked excavator – like great visibility, low running costs and more uptime. This means the JCB JS130 Excavator is the perfect choice.
JCB JS130 cabs use 6 viscous rubber mounts to minimise noise and vibration. This creates a quieter working environment, inside and out, meaning you can use the machine at any location, any time.
 Maximum Engine Power – 81kW
 Operating Weight – 13,000kg
 Maximum Dig Depth – 6.028m
Excavators have a range of uses, and they are frequently sought after machines due to their versatility in a number of professions and projects, which is why they sell fast. Some of their uses include:
- Digging of trenches, holes, foundations
- Material handling
- Brush cutting with hydraulic saw and mower attachments
- Forestry work
- Demolition with hydraulic claw, shear and breaker attachments
- General grading/landscaping
- River dredging
- Driving piles, in conjunction with a pile driver
- Drilling shafts for footings and rock blasting, by use of an auger or hydraulic drill attachment
- Snow removal with snowplow and snow blower attachments
Often supplied complete with buckets as standard, these days there are many different attachments, such as breakers, grapples, or augers that turn your machine into one of the most versatile pieces of equipment available.