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Hyundai HW140 Wheeled Excavator


Net Power 149 hp (111 kW) at 2,150 rpm
Operating Weight 13,880 kg (30,600 lbs)
Standard Bucket 39 km/h (24.2 mph)
The instrument cluster on a Hyundai HW140 is shown.

Performance

  • Hydrostatic drive
  • Attachment Flow Control
  • Dozer blade
  • Front outrigger

Convenience

  • Intelligent 8″ touchscreen monitor
  • Advanced audio system
  • Auto climate control (AC/Heat)
  • Deluxe Operator’s Seat

Serviceability

  • Centralized Lubrication
  • Cab Air Filter Access
  • Hi-Mate – Telematics System
  • Battery disconnect switch
  • Auto-diagnostic system

Excavators are one of the great workhorses of the construction industry, especially for major projects that require tearing up and moving a lot of material. Choosing the right excavator is extremely important; however, since they represent a serious investment in your business and can have a tremendous impact on how quickly and efficiently, you can get work done. A wheeled excavator like the Hyundai HW140 is the perfect choice for many situations where you need to handle material in an urban environment with paved roads. This is the smallest of the three standard wheeled excavators available from Hyundai, and also the quickest.

No matter what kind of construction project you want to tackle, or what sort of powerful machinery you need, Quality Fleet Service is here to help. Our knowledgeable salespeople have a great deal of experience working with professionals to make sure you can get your job done efficiently and have the tools you need for any task. If you are unsure of which machine is right for you, then our vast, on-site test pit is the perfect way to see different options in real-world settings to decide on which one will best meet your needs. Visit us at Quality Fleet Service today, and we will help you find the perfect machinery for your business.

More About the Hyundai HW140

Hyundai offers a number of wheeled excavators for you to choose from, including three different standard models of various sizes. The Hyundai HW140 is the smallest of the three standard wheeled excavators, so keep that in mind when considering your options. It would be best if you thought about how much work you need your machinery to do and pick a model that is up to the task. But you also want to make sure you do not go overboard and pay more for something bigger than you really need.

The Hyundai HW140 has an I-6, turbocharged, water-cooled diesel engine that provides up to 157 hp and 496 lb-ft of torque, giving it plenty of power to handle whatever you need. This model has an operating weight of up to 30,600 lbs and a tail swing radius of nearly 9 feet, so keep that in mind when thinking about the types of job sites you usually work on. It has a swing speed of 11.6 rpm and a bucket range of up to 0.93 square yard

Since this is the smallest of the standard wheeled excavators from Hyundai, it has a maximum digging depth of 15.11 ft and a maximum digging reach of up to 26 ft. The Hyundai HW140 has a bucket breakout force of nearly 25,000 lbs and an arm crowd force of almost 19,000 pounds. Plus, it has a top traveling speed of more than 24mph. That makes this a great choice if you have paved job sites where you need to get your machinery from one location to another quickly.

While looking at specs on an excavator like the Hyundai HW140 can give you a lot of information, it does not always provide you with everything you need to know for real-world use. That is why we are here to help, and our experienced salespeople are trained in all the latest information to answer all of your questions and work closely with you to make sure you get the perfect machinery. Whether you are starting a new business or looking to expand due to your success, we pride ourselves on helping you to tackle any job.

Which Type of Excavator is Right for You?

With so many available excavators, including the Hyundai HW140, you might not be sure which type is right for what you need. That is entirely understandable, and while we are here to answer your questions and work with you whenever you need us, we can also provide you with some general information to point you in the right direction. First, let us look at the most common types of excavators you will encounter:

  • Crawler Excavators – These are large and powerful excavators with treads rather than wheels on them. The significant advantage with a crawler excavator is power and stability – they can work well on uneven terrain and handle tremendous loads. However, they can damage pavement, so you cannot use them on roads or in a lot of urban environments.
  • Wheeled Excavators – In general, wheeled excavators like the Hyundai HW140 function much like the crawlers, but they have wheels instead of treads. This allows you to use them on city streets, paved parking lots, and similar locations. They need a flat, stable surface to work on, so they are not ideal for forestry use.
  • Compact Excavators – Compact excavators are models with either crawler or wheeled designs, which are smaller in size than the standard versions. This smaller size means they cannot get as much work done as quickly as the larger models but makes them ideal for use in cramped areas. They typically have a smaller tail swing radius, which lets you use them between buildings and other obstacles.

Like so many other things in life, choosing the best excavator for you is all about making sure you have the right tool for the right job. Consider the types of environments you usually work in, the amount of work and loads you need to handle, and other factors that will affect your day-to-day operations. Then give us a call at Quality Fleet Service to make sure you get the perfect excavator to help you get your job done.

Hyundai’s Amazing Warranty

One of the significant reasons we proudly recommend machinery like the Hyundai HW140 is due to Hyundai’s fantastic warranty coverage on their equipment. Any machine, whether it is a wheeled excavator or a single-drum compaction roller, is a big investment for your business. This equipment is often vital to ensuring you can get a job done on time, so you need to have confidence in the machinery you choose.

The Hyundai HW140 warranty coverage includes:

  • 3-year or 3,000-hour full machine warranty
  • 5-year or 10,000-hour structural warranty

This is just the standard coverage. If you want to protect your investment, even more, you can choose up to 5 years or 10,000 hours of full machine warranty coverage with the Hyundai factory-extended warranty. The best part is that you can decide to get the extended warranty at any time while the standard warranty still covers your machinery – so you do not have to make this decision at the time of purchase.

4-wheel hydrostatic drive. Constant mesh, helical gear transmission provides 2 forward and reverse travel speeds.

Engine

  1. Maker / Model
    Cummins QSB 6.7
  2. Type
    Water-cooled, 4-cycle diesel, 6-cylinder in-line, Direct injection, Turbocharged, Charge air cooled, Low emission
  3. Rated flywheel horse power SAE
    J1995 (gross) 157 HP (117 kW) at 2,150 rpm
    J1349 (net) 149 HP (111 kW) at 2,150 rpm
  4. Max. torque
    68.5 kgf.m (496 lbf.ft) at 1,500 rpm
  5. Bore × stroke
    107 x 124 mm (4.21” x 4.88”)
  6. Piston displacement
    6,700 cc (409 in3 )
  7. Batteries
    2 × 12 V × 100 Ah
  8. Starting motor
    24 V - 4.8 kW
  9. Alternator
    24 V - 95 Amp

Drives & Brakes

  1. Max. drawbar pull
    7,800 kgf (17,200 lbf)
  2. Travel speed
    1st 6.2 mph
    2nd 24.2 mph
  3. Gradeability
    35° (70 %)
  4. Service Brake
    Independent dual brake, front and rear axle full hydraulic power brake.
    Spring released and hydraulic applied wet type multiple disc brake.
  5. Parking Brake
    Spring applied and hydraulic released wet disc brake type in transmission.

Operating weight: including 4,600 mm (15’ 1”) mono boom, 2,100 mm (6’ 11”) arm, SAE heaped 0.58 m3 (0.76 yd3) backhoe bucket, lubricant, coolant, full fuel tank, hydraulic tank and the standard equipment.

Operating Weight (Approximate)

  1. Rear dozer blade
    13,880 (30,600)
  2. Rear outrigger
    14,280 (31,480)
  3. Front outrigger and rear blade
    14,880 (32,800)
  4. Front blade and rear outrigger
    14,880 (32,800)
  5. Four outrigger
    14,630 (32,250)

Swing System

  1. Swing motor
    Fixed displacement axial pistons motor
  2. Swing reduction
    Planetary gear reduction
  3. Swing bearing lubrication
    Grease-bathed
  4. Swing brake (option)
    Multi wet disc
  5. Swing speed
    11.6 rpm

Reinforced box-section frame is all-welded, low-stress. Dozer blade and outriggers are available. A pin-on design.

Pilot pressure operated joysticks and pedals with detachable lever provide almost effortless and fatigue-less operation.

Undercarriage

  1. Dozer blade
    A very useful addition for leveling and back filling or clean-up work.
  2. Outrigger
    Indicated for max. operation stability when digging and lifting. Can be mounted on the front/or the rear.

Control

  1. Pilot control
    Two joysticks with one safety lever
    (LH): Swing and arm,
    (RH): Boom and bucket (ISO)

Service Refill Capacities (Liter | Gallon)

  1. Fuel tank
    270 | 71.3
  2. Engine coolant
    19.5 | 5.2
  3. Engine oil
    23.7 | 6.3
  4. Swing device
    3.5 (2.5) | 0.92 (0.7)
  5. Axle front
    13.8 | 3.6
  6. Axle rear
    16.1 | 4.3
  7. Transmission
    2.5 | 0.7
  8. Hydraulic system (including tank)
    210 | 55.5
  9. Hydraulic tank
    120 | 31.7
  10. DEF / AdBlue® Tank
    27 | 7.1

Hydraulic Cylinders
No. of cylinder bore X stroke

  1. Boom
    2-105 x 1075 mm (4.1” x 42.3”)
  2. Arm
    1-115 x 1138 mm (4.5” x 46.8”)
  3. Bucket
    1-100 x 850 mm (3.9” x 33.1”)
  4. Blade
    2-100 x 236 mm (3.9” x 9.3”)
  5. Outrigger
    2-110 x 446 mm (4.9” x 18.7”)
  6. 2-PCS boom
    2-105 x 975mm (4.1” x 38.4”)
  7. Adjust (boom)
    1-145 x 613mm (5.7” x 24.1”)

Hydraulic System

  1. Main Pump Type
    Two variable displacement piston pumps
  2. Main Pump Max. flow
    2 X 172 ℓ/min (45.4 gpm)
  3. Sub-pump for pilot circuit (Gear Pump)
    32.31 ℓ/min (8.5 gmp)
  4. Hydraulic Motor Travel
    Bent - axis pistons motor with brake valve and parking brake
  5. Hydraulic Motor Swing
    Axial piston motor with automatic brake

Relief Valve Setting

  1. Implement circuits
    400 kgf/cm2 (5,690 psi)
  2. Travel
    380 kgf/cm2 (5,400 psi)
  3. Power boost (boom, arm, bucket)
    380 kgf/cm2 (5,400 psi)
  4. Swing circuit
    285 kgf/cm2 (4,050 psi)
  5. Pilot circuit
    40 kgf/cm2 (570 psi)
  6. Service valve
    Installed
The dimensions of a Hyundai HW140 are shown.

4.6 m (15' 1") mono boom, 1.9 m (6' 3"), 2.1 m (6' 11"), 2.5 m (8' 2"), 3.0 m (9' 10"), arm, front outrigger and rear dozer blade

Dimensions

  1. Boom length
    4,600 (15’ 1”) Mono
  2. Arm length
    1,900 (6’ 3”) | 2,100 (6’ 11”) | 2,500 (8’ 2”) | 3,000 (9’ 10”)
  3. A Overall length of shipping position
    7,760 (25’ 6”) | 7,820 (25’ 8”) | 7,770 (25’ 6”) | 7,830 (25’ 8”)
  4. B Overall length of traveling position
    7,750 (25’ 5”) | 7,760 (25’ 6”) | 7,690 (25’ 3”) | 7,710 (25’ 4”)
  5. C Height of attachment (shipping position)
    2,760 (9’ 1”) | 2,860 (9’ 5”) | 2,810 (9’ 3”) | 3,100 (10’ 2”)
  6. D Height of attachment (traveling position)
    3,500 (11’ 6”) | 3,500 (11’ 6”) | 3,620 (11’ 11”) | 3,600 (11’ 10”)
  7. F Overall witdh
    2,500 (8’ 2”) | 2,500 (8’ 2”) | 2,500 (8’ 2”) | 2,500 (8’ 2”)
  8. G Height of cabin
    3,140 (10’ 4”) | 3,140 (10’ 4”) | 3,140 (10’ 4”) | 3,140 (10’ 4”)
  9. H Overall height of guardrail
    3,390 (11’ 1”) | 3,390 (11’ 1”) | 3,390 (11’ 1”) | 3,390 (11’ 1”)
A diagram of the working range of a Hyundai HW140 is shown.

Working Range

  1. Boom length
    4,600 (15’ 1”) Mono
  2. Arm length
    1,900 (6’ 3”) | 2,100 (6’ 11”) | 2,500 (8’ 2”) | 3,000 (9’ 10”)
  3. A Max. digging reach
    7,750 (25’ 5”) | 7,920 (26’ 0”) | 8,320 (27’ 4”) | 8,780 (28’ 10”)
  4. A’ Max. digging reach on ground
    7,530 (24’ 8”) | 7,700 (25’ 3”) | 8,120 (26’ 8”) | 8,590 (28’ 2”)
  5. B Max. digging depth
    4,650 (15’ 3”) | 4,850 (15’ 11”) | 5,250 (17’ 3”) | 5,750 (18’ 10”)
  6. B’ Max. digging depth (8' level)
    4,390 (14’ 5”) | 4,600 (15’ 1”) | 5,040 (16’ 6”) | 5,570 (18’ 3”)
  7. C Max. vertical wall digging depth
    4,350 (14’ 3”) | 4,460 (14’ 8”) | 5,030 (16’ 6”) | 5,550 (18’ 3”)
  8. D Max. digging height
    8,400 (27’ 7”) | 8,470 (27’ 9”) | 8,790 (28’ 10”) | 9,070 (29’ 9”)
  9. E Max. dumping height
    5,960 (19’ 7”) | 6,040 (19’ 10”) | 6,350 (20’ 10”) | 6,620 (21’ 9”)
  10. F Min. swing radius
    2,620 (8’ 7”) | 2,670 (8’ 10”) | 2,650 (8’ 8”) | 2,670 (8’ 9”)

Choose Quality Fleet Service

Here at Quality Fleet Service, we put your needs first. That is why we offer excellent Hyundai machinery backed by one of the best warranties in the industry. And since we use Hyundai factory parts whenever possible while servicing your equipment, you also get a 1-year or 1,500-hour warranty on all Hyundai parts used in your machinery. At our 15,000 square foot facility, we have everything necessary to provide you with the service and maintenance you need, including hydraulic lifts, fabrication equipment, and a 10-ton overhead crane.

At our massive test pit, you can see how machines like the Hyundai HW140 work in a real-world setting, ensuring you know which piece of equipment is right for you. And you will always know where to turn any time you need maintenance, service, or repairs. If you cannot come to us, we will come to you with our 24-hour emergency on-road service to ensure you are back up and running again in no time. Call or visit us at Quality Fleet Service today in South Hadley, MA, and find what you need to get your job done.