Cat D6K2 dozer has been added to the updated line of machines that features Stable Blade Control and Eco Mode system, which delivers up to 22 percent better fuel economy that the predecessor.
Cat D6K2 dozer has been added to the updated line of machines that features Stable Blade Control and Eco Mode system, which delivers up to 22 percent better fuel economy than its predecessor. This model has a Cat C6.6 ACERT diesel meeting Tier 4-Interim standards with a rating of 130 net horsepower at 2,200 rpm. K2 models have hydrostatic drive with traction control, and wider blades improve productivity by up to 8 percent. Manual adjustable pitch allows the operator to control blade pitch fore and aft. Other K2 features include single-lever travel/steering control and single-lever blade control. Cat Sealed-and-Lubricated Track or Cat SystemOne undercarriages are available, in configurations of XL (extra long) and LGP (low ground pressure).
The D65Pxi-18 crawler dozer incorporates Komatsu’s intelligent machine control technology and a Tier 4-Final, 217-horsepower SAS6D114E-6 engine.
Komatsu’s 264-horsepower D85-18 crawler dozer, aimed at large construction operations and small mining customers, features a Komatsu SAA6D125E-7 variable geometry, turbocharged and aftercooled Tier 4-Final-certified engine that the company says burns up to 5 percent less fuel.
Extending an industry trend that targets lower-hour users with less expensive, base machines that stay under 75 horsepower to avoid DEF aftertreatment, Caterpillar has introduced the 313F L GC hydraulic excavator, a companion unit to the higher-spec'd 312E L.
The 173-horsepower Cat MH3027 material handler is the fourth and smallest in the series of wheeled material handlers that Caterpillar is introducing in the greater-than-25-metric-ton size class.