The most widely used amphibious excavator in the world
Sleek and dependable amphibious excavator
Big enough to handle tough jobs
Compact and easy to ship
The 320 Class Excavator requires only one man for operation. It has the lowest percentage of downtime of any amphibious excavator available, and its practical design makes it easy to maintain.
The “Swamp” Class of excavators feature hard bars, heavier pads, stronger bottoms and heavier runners than the standard Wilco models. When you have to traverse dense jungle or murky marshes, the “Swamp” Class provides toughness and reliability you can count on.
320 CLASS EXCAVATOR - HEAVY DUTY SWAMP EXCAVATOR SPECIFICATIONS
Cargo Capacity: 25,000 lb. (11,340 kg) Gross Weight: 64,000 lb. (29,030 kg) Gross Pressure: 1.6 PSI (.1115 kg/cm2) Speed: Up to 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h) on level ground Up to 1.0 mph (1.6 km/h) in water Grade Ability: Up to 60% Engine: Powered by the excavator of your choice Width: 5 Ft (1.52m) Height: 5 Ft (1.52m)
Exterior Metal: All exposed metal sandblasted and sprayed with inorganic zinc Finish: Painted with one coat of primer and two coats of enamel Interior Metal Finish: Interior metal painted with zinc chromate Track Roller Chain: 4 in. (101.6 mm) pitch Heavy duty Engineer class Three strands per pontoon Specifically designed for amphibious vehicles Track Cleats: 3 in. (76.2 mm) Heavy duty aluminum alloy Steering: Two pivoting foot pedals with detachable levers Each pedal/lever operates its corresponding track
Hydraulic Motors: Two (2) Rexroth motors available in fixed speed and two-speed models Shipping: Disassembles into two pontoons and the center excavator mount (3 Pieces) Fits two standard size shipping containers Assembled: Length: 31 ft. 4 In. (9.67 m) Dimensions: Width: 18 ft. (5.49 m) (Pontoons Only): Height: 5 ft. 9 In. (1.75 m) Assembled Dimensions: (With Amphibious Excavator) Length: 31 ft. 4 In. (9.67 m) Width: 18 ft. (5.49 m) Height: 13 ft. (3.96 m)