Komatsu D61-23 crawler dozer has a Komatsu Tier 4-Interim SAA6D107E-2 engine that provides the same horsepower as its predecessor while lowering fuel consumption by up to 10 percent.
Komatsu D61-23 crawler dozer has a Komatsu Tier 4-Interim SAA6D107E-2 engine that provides the same horsepower as its predecessor while lowering fuel consumption by up to 10 percent. Net horsepower is 168 at 2,200 rpm, and operating weights range from 39,099 pounds to 41,138 pounds, depending on configuration. Komatsu’s Tier 4 Interim engine platform uses an advanced electronic control system to manage airflow rate, fuel injection, combustion parameters, and after treatment functions. The Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter (KDPF) has an integrated design that will not interfere with daily operation but will keep the operator aware of its status. It removes soot using “passive regeneration” the majority of the time to minimize “active regeneration” events. Komtrax fleet monitoring system is standard. Redesigned dozer has a steeply sloped engine hood and forward cab for more operator space, while moving them closer to the blade. Newly designed blade has standard adjustable pitch and a new hydraulic blade angle toggle. New proprietary engine and hydrostatic transmission pump control technology improve efficiency and reduce fuel consumption, the company says: 10 percent in P mode and 20 percent in E mode. Komatsu CARE complimentary scheduled maintenance is standard on all D61-23 crawler dozers for the earlier of 3 years or 2000 hours.
The latest Cat D6N dozer features greater ease of operation, a 10 to 15 percent boost in fuel efficiency, and an increase of up to 10 percent in productivity compared to the previous model, according to the company.
The D61-24 crawler dozer has a quick-shift, three-speed mode and a variable, 20-speed customizable transmission mode.
The PC45MR-5 and PC55MR-5 excavators have 38-horsepower 4D88E-7 engines
The 191-horsepower WA380-8 wheel loader has a Tier 4-Final Komatsu SAA6D107E-3 engine that uses up to 6 percent less fuel than its Tier 4-I predecessor