Equipment

Crawler Dozers

Shantui

May 30, 2017 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Iron Direct</em></p>

Shantui’s line of fully hydrostatic crawler dozers includes four standard-track XL models that excel in hard and rocky soil and six low-ground-pressure (LGP) models for soft ground conditions. The lineup consists of:

DH08J LGP / DH08J XL: Cummins Tier 3 engine, 90 net hp

DH10J LGP / DH10J XL: Cummins Tier 3 engine, 107 net hp

DH13J LGP and DH13J XL: Cummins Tier 3 engine, 130 net hp

DH13K LGP: FPT Tier 4 Final engine, 154 net hp  

DH16J LGP and DH16J XL: Tier 3 Cummins engine, 170 net hp  

DH16J2 LGP: Tier 4 Interim Cummins engine, 170 net hp

The Shantui dual-path hydrostatic transmission system adjusts automatically based on load conditions to deliver smooth operation and improved fuel economy. The speed and direction of the tracks can be individually controlled for maximum maneuverability and operational flexibility. In the cab, the left joystick controls direction while maximum speed is adjusted with the integrated thumb wheel. The right joystick controls blade lift and down, tilt, angle, and blade shake. Steering and blade control can be set to aggressive, standard, or fine. The hydrostatic system allows pushing a full load through turns without reduction of power or loss of momentum.

Shantui hydrostatic dozer models come standard with six-way power-angle-tilt (PAT) blades, operated via ergonomic cab controls. The standard blade-shake feature allows the operator to easily remove stuck material from the blade. Dozers come grade-control ready and can be fitted with systems from Leica Geosystems, Trimble Inc., or Topcon.

Each machine has a two-year, 4,000-hour warranty and includes a free kit of maintenance parts for the first 1,000 hours.

The Shantui hydrostatic dozer lineup is available through IronDirect.

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