Mini walking excavator/2-wheel mini excavator with petrol engine (BZR520K)

Mini walking excavator/2-wheel mini excavator with petrol engine (BZR520K)

Reference: BZR520K

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  • Equipped with a Briggs&Stratton petrol engine (with engine oil radiator)
  • Swivel radius 360°
  • Very easy to maintain, all lubrication points are easily accessible
  • Very powerful pump unit with 16 MPa
  • Delivered fully assembled and ready for operation by forwarding agent
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With the BZR520K from HZC Power you always have the perfect all-rounder at your side. Due to its compact size, the BZR520K is very flexible and can pass through narrow alleys and find space on smaller construction sites. The dimensions of the excavator are 2300 x 940-1300 x 2140 mm (LxWxH). A width adjustment of the extendable wheels and additional supports ensure that the mini-excavator stands firmly. This mini walking excavator is excellently suited for digging trenches and removing turf in places that are difficult to access.

The powerful all-rounder is powered by a Briggs&Stratton petrol engine (10 hp, petrol, XR1450, 306 cc), so that there is enough digging and lifting power for your project. The engine has a hydraulic oil radiator. For this powerful engine Briggs&Stratton offers a maintenance/repair service at qualified partner workshops worldwide. The chains can be controlled individually, making the BKB850 even more manoeuvrable. With a digging depth of 1360 mm, a reach at ground level of 1750 mm and a loading height of 2140 mm, this excavator is the perfect companion on your construction site.

The walking excavator is supplied as standard with a 375 mm excavator bucket. In addition to this excavator, you can also purchase a 200 mm bucket, a 610 mm ditch bucket, a grab and an underground rake, as well as a hydraulic auger and a hydraulic caulking hammer. The latter can be connected to the excavator arm via an additional control unit. All buckets have a quick-change function with a quick-change adapter, which is fitted as standard. The seat can be rotated through 360° and provides additional flexibility. The adjustable seat position and easily accessible operating levers make the mini-excavator easy to use. The compact design and a low dead weight (8520 kg) are particularly suitable for difficult and narrow terrain.

At HZC Power we always pay attention to the highest quality, technically perfect workmanship and a robust construction. You receive our mini excavators already assembled and ready for operation by forwarding agent. We offer you a fixed price for shipping which is automatically generated in the shopping cart (additional shipping information can be found here). You can also visit our mini excavators on site (Krefeld, NRW) or pick them up free of charge.

If you have further questions about the individual models, please contact our customer service. They will be happy to advise you further. Convince yourself of our offer and get your mini excavator in best quality at the best price at HZC Power.

Technical data:

Manufacturer: HZC Power GmbH
Model: Mini walking excavator/2-wheel mini excavator with petrol engine (BZR520K)
Engine: Briggs&Stratton (10 PS, gasoline, XR1450, 306 cc)
Fuel tank capacity: 6.5 litres
Engine cooling: hydraulic oil radiator
Electric starter: 12 Volt
Maximum gradeability: 25°.
Oil tank capacity: 19 litres (HLP46)
Hydraulic pump: Gear pump
Working pressure: 160 Bar
Maximum pressure: 210 bar
hydraulic flow: 30 litres per minute
Digging depth: 1,358 mm
Overloading height: 2,140 mm
Reach on the ground: 1,750 mm
bucket stripping force: 1300 kg
Tearing force handle: 560 kg
Dimensions: 2300 x 940-1300 x 214 0mm (LxWxH)
Product/shipping Weight: 520 kg
track gauge: 940-1300mm
Max. Train speed: 15 km/h


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2 wheels
range on ground
1750 mm
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