New From Doosan: Doosan DD100 Dozer
This dozer model is the first to be produced through the collaboration of various departments at Hyundai Doosan Infracore (HDI), including development analysis, market research, competitive benchmarking, validation and pilot vehicle assembly.
The 122 HP DD100 dozer expands the lineup of durable, rugged Doosan equipment and pushes the limits of what a dozer can do. It delivers more pushing power, superior traction, greater visibility, easier operation and advanced technologies to push past the limits of productivity. It’s built for the most demanding conditions and features a dual/single flange-type roller with several track guard options. Electrohydraulic controls make the new DD100 dozer easier to operate, even for inexperienced operators.
Designed with operators in mind, the DD100 features a 8-in. “Smart Touch” display, giving operators complete control from a convenient, easy-to-read touch screen. It also offers superior visibility with minimized front pillars, maximum glass area and a standard rearview camera—plus LED lights and front, rear and side wiper blades.
HDI has also set plans for its 13-metric-ton dozer — the Doosan DD130 — and will be shipping a pilot machine later this year. The company aims to start production in early 2023.
Doosan Infracore North America recently delivered the first DD100 to a Best Line Equipment customer in Pennsylvania.
Doosan DD100 Dozer Specs
- Horsepower (gross): 122 HP (91 kW)
- Operating weight: 25,309 lb. (11,480 kg)
- Blade capacity: 3 cu. yd. (2.3 m3)
- Blade height: 3 ft. 7 in. (1.1 m)
- Blade width: 8 ft. 10 in. (2.7 m)
- Blade angle: 22.5°
- Drawbar pull: 33,721 lbf. (15,296 kgf)
- Track length: 7 ft. 7 in. (2.3 m)
- Travel speed, max: 5.7 MPH (9.2 km/hr)
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