The Volvo EC30 excavator has a working weight of 3090.3kg and a bucket capacity of 0.07 cubic meters. It adopts a Mitsubishi S3L2 engine with a rated power of 20kw/2400rpm, a displacement of 1.3L, and a 3-cylinder; the maximum digging radius of the stop surface is 4620mm and the fuel tank is 49L.
A developer in California is testing Volvo Construction Equipment's electric excavators and wheel loaders to test their commitment to environmental sustainability and whether they can maintain a firm foothold on the construction site even in the event of a power outage. In a Southern California pilot project, Baltic Sands uses Volvo ECR25 electric compact excavators
Volvo Construction Equipment's teams in Sweden and South Korea have been quietly working with Norrhydro to develop an electrohydraulic system that is expected to reduce energy losses and improve the fuel efficiency of excavators. Adding hydraulic power to the hydraulic accumulator (located at the rear of the excavator) increases performance and decreases fuel consumption. All