New Holland’s FPT Engine Adds More Power to D95B

Tue May 13, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


New Holland Construction’s D95B crawler dozer’s newly incorporated FPT engine delivers power and productivity with a lower total cost of operation.

The dozer’s powerful blade and track forces, combined with maximum ground clearance and stability, make the machine ideal for tough earthmoving and land clearing jobs as well as navigation over rough terrain. The 99-hp (73.8 kW) FPT engine is powerful while providing fuel savings and cutting overall operating costs to the owner.

“When purchasing a dozer, customers want to be confident that it is a powerful, high-quality machine designed for productivity on many types of jobs and terrains,” said Paul Wade, brand marketing manager of New Holland Construction. “The D95B’s proven FPT engine ensures that the machine has the power our customers need with the low total cost of ownership they demand.”

The D95B has a leading point score for periodic maintenance and also features an easy tilt-over cab/platform for quick service access to hydraulic pumps and powertrain components.

Operators can be secure, comfortable and more productive with features such as a sloped, tapered hood for maximum visibility, a spacious cab and a deluxe mechanical suspension seat, according to the manufacturer.

Operator preferences have been taken into account with the ability to adjust the level of sensitivity to match different operating styles. Three control levels adjust steering sensitivity, shuttle speed and maximum transmission speed. Adding to the versatility of the machine are three different options for track configurations (LT/LXT — Long Track, WT — Wide Track and LGP — Low Ground Pressure) and a variety of optional attachments to suit many applications.

The D95B is manufactured by New Holland Construction at the company’s Calhoun, Ga., factory.

For more information, visit www.newholland.com.




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