Models DA30-5 and DA45-5 are updated Doosan articulated dump trucks. The 375-horsepower DA30-5 has a payload rating of 61,729 pounds, heaped to its capacity of 22 cubic yards. The DA45-5 has a 500-horsepower engine, payload of 90,390 pounds, and heaped capacity of 31.9 cubic yards.
The ADTs have a new front suspension, updated to a hydro-gas, self-leveling system. The hydro-gas cylinders connect to pressure accumulators, which replace previous shock absorbers and a rubber spring.
Common oil is used in the articulated dump truck’s wheel hubs, tandem rear bogie, and limited slip differential. The limited slip differential transfers the power to the left and right front wheels. The differential automatically provides the highest torque to the wheel that has the best grip. An oil-bathed gear box at the rear of the truck is free swinging to allow maximum ground contact of the wheels for the best traction, power to ground and stability.
For easier maintenance, a centralized maintenance panel is accessible behind the left front tire. With ground-level access, operators gain
As part of the new braking system, a new transmission retarder adjustment lever was added to the right-hand side in the cab below the truck’s steering wheel. Operators can choose from four levels of retarder force: 100 percent, 75 percent, 50 percent, and 25 percent. As an alternative, a keypad button is available and serves the same function as the lever.
The cab interior has been redesigned with more than a dozen new features, including a new dashboard with a modified shape and a soft-touch automotive material and a high-quality finish and appearance. The new monitor has bigger
Doosan ADT Specifications
- Payload rating: 61,729 lb.
- Power: 375 hp @ 2,100 rpm
- Machine weight (empty): 50,707 lb.
- Heaped capacity: 22.0 cubic yards
- Loading height: 9 ft. 8 in.
- Max speed: 34 mph
- Payload rating: 90,390 lb.
- Power: 500 hp @ 2,100 rpm
- Machine weight (empty): 66,359 lb.
- Heaped capacity: 31.9 cubic yards
- Loading height: 11 ft.
- Max speed: 34 mph