Model DX700LC is Doosan’s largest excavator, weighing in at 158,953 pounds with a standard boom and arm with a 463-horsepower turbocharged Isuzu diesel.
Model DX700LC is Doosan’s largest excavator, weighing in at 158,953 pounds with a standard boom and arm. A 463-horsepower turbocharged Isuzu diesel helps provide 78,485 pounds of bucket breakout force with the standard 4.32-cubic-yard bucket. Maximum digging reach is 40 feet 10 inches at ground level, maximum digging depth is 25 feet 4 inches, and dump height is 27 feet.
The 48,900-pound 210 X4 excavator delivers up to 9 percent faster cycles times than its predecessor, according to the manufacturer.
Models CX130D and CX160D have operating weights of 29,131 and 38,391 pounds, respectively.
The DL200-5 wheel loader is Doosan’s first with hydrostatic drive, and replaces the Dash-3 versions with a Tier 4-Final engine rated at 142 horsepower.
The DX210W-5 wheeled excavator replaces the Tier 4-Interim Dash-3 model.