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New Doosan Machines to Debut at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2020

Mon December 09, 2019 - National Edition
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Designed with zero tail swing, the DX35-5 features a dual-flange track roller system that provides enhanced slewing and a smooth, comfortable ride.
Designed with zero tail swing, the DX35-5 features a dual-flange track roller system that provides enhanced slewing and a smooth, comfortable ride.
Designed with zero tail swing, the DX35-5 features a dual-flange track roller system that provides enhanced slewing and a smooth, comfortable ride. The DX170LC-5’s size and width allows for easier transit to light excavation projects, potentially reducing permit needs when moving site to site.

Attendees of America's largest trade show next year will experience new equipment powered by innovation from Doosan Infracore North America LLC. An advanced lineup of excavators, wheel loaders and articulated dump trucks (ADTs) will await guests at Doosan's exhibit (N10001) during ConExpo-Con/AGG in Las Vegas, March 10 – 14, 2020.

Visitors can explore new Doosan models such as the DA45-5 ADT, the DL580-5 wheel loader and the DX800LC-5 crawler excavator — the largest Doosan machine yet. Doosan also will showcase Concept-X, an autonomous worksitein development as the company invests in meeting the construction industry's future equipment and technology needs.

Doosan will display current machines, including the DX35-5 mini excavator and the DX170LC-5 crawler excavator, at the show as well. Both Doosan excavator models were introduced in 2019.

DX35-5 Mini Excavator

As the smallest Doosan mini excavator, the 3.5-ton DX35-5 pairs a roomy cab with a highly compact machine tailored for congested job sites and up-close conditions. Designed with zero tail swing, the DX35-5 features a dual-flange track roller system that provides enhanced slewing and a smooth, comfortable ride. A long-arm option allows more dig depth, reach and productivity.

DX170LC-5 Crawler Excavator

Contractors looking for less expensive transportation will appreciate the Doosan 18.7 ton model, which falls well below the 80,000-lb. gross vehicle weight rating limit. The DX170LC-5's size and width allows for easier transit to light excavation projects, potentially reducing permit needs when moving site to site. The model also delivers the high performance Doosan customers expect, with 25,794 pounds of bucket breakout force, according to the manufacturer.

DoosanCONNECT Telematics System

Fleet managers can improve maintenance and enhance productivity with data from Doosan's online telematics offering, the DoosanCONNECT system. Using built-in monitoring hardware on Doosan machines, DoosanCONNECT provides real-time diagnostics, critical alerts and shareable data, empowering fleet managers and equipment owners to reduce downtime and maximize equipment investments.

For more information, visit DoosanEquipment.com.




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