Unveiling the all new Kobelco SK300LC-10

Delivering tough durability, excellent productivity and low fuel consumption, the new SK300LC – 10 is the latest model released from Kobelco. The 185 KW Tier 3 HINO engine allows it to easily perform heavy-duty applications and out-perform competing excavators due to the in ground power while maintaining maximum fuel efficiency. The SK300LC-10 is designed to provide exceptional low emissions and increased working performance to continue unparalleled working efficiency. It uses the same engine that powers Kobelco’s SK350LC-10, which is 185 kW making it once again a top performer in the 30-tonne class.


Working Ranges
Max. digging reach m 10.87
Max. digging reach at ground level m 10.68
Max. digging depth m 7.20
Max. digging height m 10.01
Max. dumping clearance m 7.11
Min. dumping clearance m 2.56
Max. vertical wall digging depth m 6.23
Min. swing radius m 4.43
Horizontal digging stroke at ground level m 5.58
Digging depth for 8′ (2.4m) flat bottom  m  7.04
Bucket capacity (ISO heaped) m3 1.2
Max. bucket digging force kN 208
Drawbar pulling force kN 280


Kobelco is recognised around the world for its market leading fuel efficiency while maintaining outstanding performance, and the SK300LC is no exception. Testing has shown a 20% drop in fuel consumption across all generation 10 models. The SK300LC-10 is equipped with Kobelco’s unique Mechatro Control system delivering exceptional hydraulic power while providing the operator with 3 power settings to maximise the machine efficiency in all applications from Bulk Loading to Final Trim work.

The SK300LC will bridge the gap between the SK260 and SK330 Models, giving operators more choice and ability to outperform on worksites. The ease of transportation will also play a key role on businesses bottom lines. The SK300LC is ideal for a wide range of applications including pipe and civil works, vegetation management to bulk loading applications.


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