The Construction Equipment Vehicle stage IV vehicles have been launched by JCB India, and it is one of the country’s biggest construction equipment manufacturers. The 3DX Plus and 4DX Backhoe Loaders, the VM117 Soil Compactor, and the 530-70 and 530-110 Telehandlers all have engines that meet the new emission standards set by the government. Three new wheeled loaders for bulk handling, the 433-4, 437-4, and 455-4, were also introduced with varied powertrains to accommodate a wide range of client requirements.
These vehicles have been equipped with JCB’s sophisticated telematics technology, known as JCB Livelink, which connects them. The performance, operational, and health characteristics of the machine, as well as its position, geofencing, time-fencing, and GPS location, may all be tracked in real time, Through a digital interface, JCB’s Intelli-Diagnostic technology aids in precise fault-finding. The JCB Parts Mobile application allows fleet owners to buy authentic spare parts online.
Only a few months ago, the CEV stage IV emission standards went into force. These are not the same as the BS-VI standards for passenger cars. According to JCB, substantial investment has been made to bring the range up to date with the new standards. The new Backhoe Loader line includes the 3DX Plus, 3DX Super, 3DX Xtra, and 4DX, which are said to be 7% more fuel-efficient than previous models. At the same time, the cost of maintenance is reduced by 15%. The 433-4 is the only three-wheeled Loading Shovel with a JCB eco max 444 engine and ZF axles and gearbox.
With an increase in production of up to 8% and a 10% increase in fuel economy, JCB claims that this new machine will require less maintenance and will have a 15% larger cabin.
“Sustainable growth has always been one of the cornerstones of our operations,” stated Deepak Shetty, CEO and Managing Director of JCB India. The CEV Stage IV Emission Standards for Wheeled Construction Equipment Vehicles are welcomed. This new collection demonstrates our strong dedication to the environment and long-term sustainability. These machines are not only lower in emissions, but they are also more fuel-efficient, lowering the equipment’s total cost of ownership.”