Redesigned with a Cat C18 ACERT Tier 4-Final diesel, Cat D9T dozer has 436 horsepower at 1,800 rpm.
Redesigned with a Cat C18 ACERT Tier 4-Final diesel, Cat D9T dozer has 436 horsepower at 1,800 rpm. An aluminum bar-plate radiator enhances cooling efficiency, and an air-to-air aftercooler cools combustion intake air. An air-to-oil hydraulic cooler “precisely modulates temperatures,” the company says. APECS electronic control system improves transmission shifting and works with the Enhanced Auto-Shift, with automatically selects and matches gear and engine speed. The dozer comes with Cat’s Autocarry blade lift feature. Sound suppression packages are available to reduce average sound pressure at the operator's ear to 74 dB(A) and spectator levels to 110 dB(A). A ground-level service center provides access to the electrical disconnect switch, which has built-in lockout/tag-out capability, the engine shut-down switch, and jump-start receptacle.
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.
The D155AXi-8 is another of the company’s intelligent machine control dozers that allows automated operation.
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