Doosan D210W-5 sets the style

02 April 2015

The DX210W-5 features new styling that is common to all Stage IV-compliant Doosan machines

The DX210W-5 features new styling that is common to all Stage IV-compliant Doosan machines

Doosan has introduced the 20.9 tonne DX210W-5 Stage IV-complaint wheeled excavator that the company claims offers enhanced comfort and controllability as well as improved fuel efficiency, uptime and return on investment. The machine comes as standard with Doosan’s wireless fleet monitoring system, CoreTMS.

Power comes from a 6 cylinder turbocharged Doosan DL06P water cooled diesel delivering 141.2 kW (189 hp), 17% more engine power than was available on the previous generation machine. Doosan said that other engine enhancements reduce fuel consumption by 10%.

As well as the 17% increase in engine power, the DX210W-5 has 14% more engine torque. The new Posicon hydraulic system also offers a 3% increase in hydraulic capacity, which translates into an 8% improvement in the bucket force and 6% more arm force. The 900 kg (1,980 lb) weight increase and the greater machine width result in front lifting capacities being increased by 4 to 8% (attachment down/up), while the over the side capacities have increased by 12 to 15% (attachment down/up).

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