Caterpillar 770G and 772G off-highway trucks have nominal rated payload capacities of 40 and 52 tons, respectively, and use Cat C15 (770G) and C18 (772G) engines, with net power ratings of 477 (770G) and 550 (772G) horsepower.
The new D-Series Unit Rig model integrates a Cat 3516C HD engine and the Cat 240T AC electric drive system with the existing Unit Rig MT4400 to create the MT4400D AC.
Hitachi EH5000AC-3 rigid-frame off-road truck has the company’s new AC drive system.
Cat 777G off-highway, rigid-frame haul truck has a Tier 4-Final diesel and delivers 7 percent more torque than the the F series predecessor.
The 779-horsepower, 70-ton-capacity Cat 775G off-highway truck, with a target gross weight of 246,500 pounds, meets EPA Tier 4 Final emissions standards.