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Try out Liebherr Generation 8 excavators at NDA's annual Convention and Expo

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Liebherr R 938 crawler excavator Liebherr

Liebherr's earthmoving and material handling technology team will exhibit at NDA's annual Convention and Expo in March 2024. The team will showcase the R 930, R 934, and two R 938 crawler excavators. Attendees will also be able to get hands-on with these machines at the Live DEMOlition event and Operators Challenge which is sponsored by Liebherr. 

The 50th anniversary of NDA's annual Convention and Expo will take place in San Antonio, Texas from March 6 to 9, 2024. Liebherr will showcase the R 930, R 934, and two R 938 crawler excavatos for attendees to operate outside and will have Liebherr experts on-site at booth #401.

Liebherr will also serve as the sponsor of the Live DEMOlition event providing attendees a unique hands-on experience to test on-site equipment in real-world applications. This live demo also includes a new Operators Challenge to test operators' skill and knowledge of the equipment.

The Liebherr crawler excavators at NDA annual Convention and Expo

Liebherr offers a wide range of crawler excavators with operating weights from 50,930 pounds to 198,640 pounds. Liebherr says that each is designed with one goal in mind: to meet the demands and specifications of users in terms of performance, reliability, safety, and efficiency.

The new R 930 provides customers with an option for the 66,000-pound class range. The new R 934 weighs approximately 70,000 pounds and is positioned between the existing R 936 and the new R 938. The new R 938 crawler excavator replaces the previous R 946 at an operating weight of approximately 82,000 pounds. Each of these crawler excavators has been completely revamped as new Generation 8 machines. The Generation 8 update includes higher engine power, heavier counterweights for higher bucket capacities, and minimized fuel consumption. Other innovations include the boom concept with a modified head, for better boom forces and an optimized load curve, which leads to fuel savings.

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