Caterpillar stretched its 740 articulated dump truck to 43.5 tons, the biggest payload among 40-ton-class ADTs. The body accommodates 31.4 cubic yards. A Cat C15 ACERT engine delivers 453 net horsepower.
Caterpillar stretched its 740 articulated dump truck to 43.5 tons, the biggest payload among 40-ton-class ADTs. The body accommodates 31.4 cubic yards. A Cat C15 ACERT engine delivers 453 net horsepower and meets Tier 3 emissions limits without exhaust gas recirculation. The Cat-designed oil-over-nitrogen front suspension oscillates plus and minus 6 degrees, allowing the operator to travel at speed over rough terrain. Cat says its latest rear suspension blocks and mounts last as much as five times longer than previous designs. Differential locks with oil-cooled clutches can be engaged and disengaged on-the-roll. The 740 comes equipped with Cat Product Link factory installed to report location and machine-operating information wirelessly from remote work sites.
Komatsu America’s HM300 articulated dump truck now uses a 325-horsepower Komatsu SAA6D125E-7 engine that is EPA Tier 4-Final emissions certified.
G-Series articulated dump trucks—including the A25G, A30G, A35G, A35G FS, A40G and A40G FS—feature new turbocharged six-cylinder Volvo engines redesigned to adhere to Tier 4-Final emissions regulations.
The Cat MH3037 is the third model in a new wheeled-material-handler range that Caterpillar is introducing in the greater-than-25-ton size class.
The new Cat® C Series articulated dump trucks—725C, 730C, and 730C EJ ejector—feature new engines with more power, advanced transmission control, enhanced operator amenities, new serviceability features, and for the 730C and 730C EJ models, automatic traction control.