Equipment

DX225MH-3 Material Handler

Doosan

April 16, 2014 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Doosan</em></p>

Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment America has launched the DX225MH-3 material handler in North America for use in solid waste and recycling. This is the first time Doosan is building machines specifically for material sorting and handling applications, and the DX225MH-3 is one of three material handlers and four-tine grapples being introduced.

Each model is based on a tested excavator model, factory fitted with cab risers for increased visibility, straight boom and droop nose arm for optimal performance, and improved machine guarding for maximum uptime. Straight booms improve reach and lift height for better material placement, while droop nose arms provide good grapple clearance and enhanced access into containers, trucks and railcars. Features such as dual-boom cylinders and under-mount arm cylinder placement provide excellent lifting capabilities.

Four power modes are available, which help material handler operators manage the balance of fuel consumption and machine power to the working conditions. The four selectable power modes include: power+, power, standard, and economy.

Telematics is standard for all three Doosan material handlers, and will come with a three-year subscription.

QuickLook: Doosan DX225MH-3 material handler

Interim Tier 4 (iT4) emission compliant

Horsepower (gross): 166 hp

Operating weight: 60,848 lb.

Swing torque: 60,757 lbf.-ft.

Drawbar pull: 60,715 lbf.

Max. loading reach: 35 ft. 5 in.

Max. loading height: 40 ft.

Max. auxiliary hydraulic flow: 2 x 55 gpm

Fixed cab riser: 4 ft. standard

Fixed cab riser: 6 ft. optional

Hydraulic elevating cab: optional

V-Shape side guard: optional

Heavy-duty under guarding: optional

Catwalk: optional

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