Takeuchi Launches TB2150R Excavator

Takeuchi introduced its newest excavator, the TB2150R. Operators can match the machine's three working modes to their specific application.

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Takeuchi introduced its newest excavator, the TB2150R. The 15t model is one of Takeuchi’s largest excavators. With three working modes–Eco, Standard and High Altitude–operators can match the working mode to their specific application.

“The design of the TB2150R makes it an exceptional platform for applications that require more compact dimensions and powerful performance,” said David Caldwell, national product manager for Takeuchi. “These applications would include road and bridge work, urban revitalization projects, large scale utility installations and general construction.”

From Takeuchi:


  • Operating weight of 34,215 pounds (rubber track)
  • Maximum bucket breakout force of 22,256 pounds
  • Maximum arm digging force of 13,490 pounds
  • Powered by a 114-hp DEUTZ TCD3.6L4 turbocharged engine
  • Delivers 338 ft-lb of torque
  • Features a DOC+SCR diesel exhaust aftertreatment system
  • Fixed boom arrangement and reduced tail swing design


  • Deluxe air-suspension seat with heat
  • Seven-inch, multifunction color display to control flow and pressure rates for a wide range of hydraulic attachments
  • Automatic climate control
  • For low light working conditions, the TB2150R also includes an LED light package for greater visibility

Takeuchi Fleet Management (TFM)

  • Owners and operators can remotely connect to their Takeuchi excavators and track loaders with the TFM telematics system
  • TFM delivers alerts and machine information such as location, utilization, performance and maintenance status, as well as insights into how and where equipment is being operated

“Takeuchi is extremely excited to now offer this full sized, feature-rich excavator,” Caldwell said. “By adding the TB2150R to our excavator line-up, we’re providing our customers with a larger, more powerful option that can help them tackle a much broader range of jobs.”