Doosan to showcase latest products at German expo
Waterloo, Belgium, August 19, 2014
Doosan Construction Equipment is set to showcase its latest products for quarrying, mining, construction and recycling markets from Doosan Heavy, Bobcat, Doosan Portable Power and Montabert at an exhibition in Germany.
The Steinexpo 2014 will run from September 4 to 6 at Homberg/Nieder-Ofleiden.
The company’s stand display will feature the Doosan Heavy range of excavators, wheel loaders and articulated dump trucks; Bobcat compact loaders and compact excavators; portable compressors, generators and portable lighting equipment from Doosan Portable Power and Montabert hydraulic breakers and hydraulic drifters for drilling applications.
It will include a number of Stage IIIB compliant models, which are to be showcased for the first time at Steinexpo, namely the DX380NLC-3 crawler excavator equipped with a Montabert breaker, the DX530NLC-3 52 tonne crawler excavator, the DL420-3 wheel loader and the DA30 articulated dump truck (ADT).
In the demonstration area, visitors will be able to see the first appearance at an international show of the new Doosan Stage IV/Tier 4 Final compliant DA40 ADT, which will be working together with the Stage IIIB compliant DX490NLC-3 excavator and the top-of-the-range DL550-3 wheel loader.
The new Stage IV/Tier 4 Final versions of the DA30 and DA40 ADTs, which were launched in June, will meet the latest emission standards and incorporate many additional features and product improvements to establish a new benchmark in load carrying performance, fuel efficiency, enhanced controllability and high operator comfort, together with improved reliability, durability and reduced maintenance and servicing costs.
Its combination of features will include the new Scania Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and Exhaust Gas Recirculation (ECR) diesel engines and a new ZF EP transmission, improving the transfer of power from the engine to the wheels for outstanding traction.
When this is coupled with the enhanced rear differential system which reduces engine rpm and further increases machine durability, customers are ensured of an improved cost per tonne carried with the new Doosan ADT range.
Bobcat Compact Equipment
Bobcat will be showing the company’s new generation S450 skid-steer loader for the first time at Steinexpo.
The new model builds on the success of the S130 loader it replaces, by combining the advantages offered by a truly compact loader with many of the new features and improvements found on the larger Bobcat new generation models.
The skid-steer loader can be supplied with a comprehensive choice of 48 different product families of approved attachments (with more to come), offering solutions for a very wide range of applications and providing a perfect illustration of the Bobcat Tool Carrier concept common to all Bobcat compact loaders.
Another new Bobcat product will be the E85 8 tonne excavator, powered by a Yanmar 4TNV98C-VDB8 Stage IIIB compliant diesel engine providing 44.3 kW of power at 2100 RPM.
The new Bobcat E85 excavator will offer one of the best fuel efficiencies for this size of machine on the market. At Steinexpo, the E85 model will be equipped with a Montabert hydraulic drifter.
Doosan Portable Power
The products to be shown by Doosan Portable Power include the large 21/220 Stage IIIB compliant compressor and the G100-IIIA Stage IIIA compliant generator, the V9 Light Tower and the B2000 Balloon Light.
The 21/220 compressor and the others in the range are 31 cm shorter than the previous Stage IIIA models, meeting a customer preference for both compact size and easy serviceability. The reduced size will also offer advantages for truck-mounted configurations for the compressors.
The G100-IIIA (100 kVA prime power) generator will offer robustness and reliability, high performance and a wide choice of features.
The generator has a standard fuel capacity offering a minimum of 12 hours of autonomous operation (at 75 per cent of the load), while a 24-hour onboard fuel tank configuration is available as an option. - TradeArabia News Service