Caterpillar 320C Hydraulic Excavator
The 320C has a Cat 3066 engine producing 138 flywheel horsepower (FWHP).
The 320C was manufactured in Japan, with an AKH, ALF, ALX, AMC, ANB, APA, BCB, BDB, CLM, CLZ, FBA, GAA, MAA, MAB, PAA, or PAB serial number prefix; in China, with a BPR, BRX, EAG, GNG, or HKT prefix; in Brazil, with a BDC, BER, GAD, RAW, or SBN prefix; in Indonesia, with a CCD or NAE prefix; in Belgium, with a BBL, BCN, DBG, EGL, or GLA prefix; and in France, with a BMZ prefix.
The BBL, BCN, DBG, BER, BPR, BRX, GNG, and CCD units have a new operator station and upper house.
The EGL, GLA, BDC, EAG, BMZ, FBA, GAA, MAA, MAB, PAA, PAB units have a new engine and cooling system.
The AKH, ALF, ALX, AMC, ANB, APA, BCB, BDB, CLM, and CLZ units comes standard with Cat 120 pump with increased pump flow, automatic boom and swing priority, modified controllability, tool control system, a cab with head guard capability, no engine hood, a monitor with language display capability, wider view for the operator, a swing out oil cooler and an extended service interval. The AKH, AMC, APA, BCB, and CLM units have a standard undercarriage; all others have a long undercarriage.
The GAD unit has an operating weight of 53,900 pounds (24,500 kg).
The BBL, EGL, and BMZ units have an operating weight of 51,700 lbs (23,500 kg).
The PAA unit has an operating weight of 50,160 lbs (22,800 kg).
The BER, SBN, BRX, EAG, HKT, GAA, MAA, and PAB units have an operating weight of 46,640 lbs (21,200 kg).
The BCN, CBG, and BCD units have an operating weight of 44,440 lbs (20,200 kg).
The RAW, BPR, GNG, CCD, FBA, MAB, and NAE units have an operating weight of 43,780 lbs (19,900 kg).
Production of BBL and BCN ended in 2003; BDC and BER ended in 2005.
Based on data from the sales database of Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, it is estimated that more than 18,200 Caterpillar 320C hydraulic excavators have been produced.
|Total = 18,237|