Ausa debuts reversible site dumpers with full seat rotation
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Ausa debuts reversible site dumpers with full seat rotation

When it comes to moving material quickly on a construction site, dumpers can be an economical and efficient option. Ausa has introduced a new line of reversible site dumpers that allow the operator to rotate the seat 180 degrees and drive forward at all times. New models include the 13,200-pound payload DR601AHG and the 22,000-pound payload DR1001AHG.

When the seat is rotated, the steering wheel, joystick, pedals, safety cameras and other features are instantly adjusted to the driver's new position. The driver can also get on and off both sides of the dumper. Ausa says the features increase safety and help reduce machine manoeuvres.

Both models are equipped with a 74-horsepower Tier 4 Final Deutz engine with an automatic regeneration system and a hydrostatic transmission. An Eco Mode function regulates the engine to increase fuel efficiency.

For added safety on slopes, the machine’s Hill Holder System engages the brake as the operator’s foot is removed from the accelerator at zero speed.

An extensive range of optional accessories are available, including an ROPS/FOPS closed cab, which is easily removable for transport. An optional Smart Stop system automatically shuts down the engine when it is not in use and the optimal time and safety requirements are met.

When it comes to moving material quickly on a construction site, dumpers can be an economical and efficient option. Ausa has introduced a new line of reversible site dumpers that allow the operator to rotate the seat 180 degrees and drive forward at all times. New models include the 13,200-pound payload DR601AHG and the 22,000-pound payload DR1001AHG. When the seat is rotated, the steering wheel, joystick, pedals, safety cameras and other features are instantly adjusted to the driver's new position. The driver can also get on and off both sides of the dumper. Ausa says the features increase safety and help reduce machine manoeuvres. Both models are equipped with a 74-horsepower Tier 4 Final Deutz engine with an automatic regeneration system and a hydrostatic transmission. An Eco Mode function regulates the engine to increase fuel efficiency. For added safety on slopes, the machine’s Hill Holder System engages the brake as the operator’s foot is removed from the accelerator at zero speed. An extensive range of optional accessories are available, including an ROPS/FOPS closed cab, which is easily removable for transport. An optional Smart Stop system automatically shuts down the engine when it is not in use and the optimal time and safety requirements are met.

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