Dressta Rolls Out New Crawler Dozers
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Dressta Rolls Out New Crawler Dozers

In North America, Dressta has introduced two new dozers in the mid- and heavy-size categories. The new TD-15M and TD-25M dozers, according to the manufacturer, were designed with the operator in mind to decrease operator fatigue, save operating costs, and boost uptime.

Customers working on roads, landscaping, forestry, and landfills are the target market for the mid- size TD-15M. The bigger TD-25M is designed for demanding uses like mining and quarries.

According to Chris Saucedo, SVP of Strategy & Customer Solutions of Dressta parent company LiuGong North America, "We're pleased to bring these new TD-15M and TD-25M crawler dozers to North America." These two machines' main selling qualities are their strength, toughness, and operator-friendliness.

With a weight capacity of 45,660 to 47,780 pounds and a turbocharged Cummins engine with up to 232 horsepower, the TD-15M is a mid-size dozer. The TD-25M, its larger sibling, can carry up to 92,410 pounds in its frame and 375 horsepower from its turbocharged Cummins engine to handle heavy workloads. These engines, in accordance with Dressta, produce more peak torque and have excellent fuel efficiency.

With a 472 kN drawbar pull in the TD-15M and a 794 kN drawbar pull in the TD-25M, respectively, produced through a three-speed power shift transmission and a two-speed steering drive, respectively. Because of the special drive, operators may push a full load around turns without losing material because 100% of the engine's power is distributed to both tracks.

Additionally, the company claims that new electro-hydraulic proportional joysticks offer predictable and precise blade control, assisting operators in precisely controlling the dozers with the least amount of effort. For greater accuracy and precision, three intelligent blade speeds—slow, neutral, and fast—adjust to the job. According to the manufacturer, Dressta's load detecting system reduces the number of needless passes and increases fuel efficiency by automatically adjusting the pace of the blade's operating movements to the load.

Each model is constructed using the heavy-duty steel track frame system and one-piece weldment mainframe from Dressta. These modular undercarriage parts are designed for long-lasting use and simple removal and replacement.

The company claims that with the modulator design, all significant components can be changed in the field in a matter of hours. Additionally, all service and maintenance locations are well marked, accessible, and neatly grouped together. The onboard system gives the operator access to a variety of status information, including the daily services that are arriving.

The TD-25M is equipped with a variety of Trimble systems for road and highway applications, making it grade-control ready out of the box.

The cabs of both dozers include 33% larger glass area, a streamlined engine hood with unobstructed sightlines to the blade corners, a rear-view camera (standard on the TD-25M, optional on the TD- 15M), and more ripper lighting.

Both models also have high-efficiency air-suspended high-back seats, a 7-inch full-color monitor, left and right ergonomic joysticks, and other features. Dressta also included Bluetooth functionality. Nine air outlets are part of an upgraded climate control system.

Wide or long tracks, rippers with one or more shanks, landfill arrangement, and rigid or angle blades are all options for the dozers.

In North America, Dressta has introduced two new dozers in the mid- and heavy-size categories. The new TD-15M and TD-25M dozers, according to the manufacturer, were designed with the operator in mind to decrease operator fatigue, save operating costs, and boost uptime. Customers working on roads, landscaping, forestry, and landfills are the target market for the mid- size TD-15M. The bigger TD-25M is designed for demanding uses like mining and quarries. According to Chris Saucedo, SVP of Strategy & Customer Solutions of Dressta parent company LiuGong North America, We're pleased to bring these new TD-15M and TD-25M crawler dozers to North America. These two machines' main selling qualities are their strength, toughness, and operator-friendliness. With a weight capacity of 45,660 to 47,780 pounds and a turbocharged Cummins engine with up to 232 horsepower, the TD-15M is a mid-size dozer. The TD-25M, its larger sibling, can carry up to 92,410 pounds in its frame and 375 horsepower from its turbocharged Cummins engine to handle heavy workloads. These engines, in accordance with Dressta, produce more peak torque and have excellent fuel efficiency. With a 472 kN drawbar pull in the TD-15M and a 794 kN drawbar pull in the TD-25M, respectively, produced through a three-speed power shift transmission and a two-speed steering drive, respectively. Because of the special drive, operators may push a full load around turns without losing material because 100% of the engine's power is distributed to both tracks. Additionally, the company claims that new electro-hydraulic proportional joysticks offer predictable and precise blade control, assisting operators in precisely controlling the dozers with the least amount of effort. For greater accuracy and precision, three intelligent blade speeds—slow, neutral, and fast—adjust to the job. According to the manufacturer, Dressta's load detecting system reduces the number of needless passes and increases fuel efficiency by automatically adjusting the pace of the blade's operating movements to the load. Each model is constructed using the heavy-duty steel track frame system and one-piece weldment mainframe from Dressta. These modular undercarriage parts are designed for long-lasting use and simple removal and replacement. The company claims that with the modulator design, all significant components can be changed in the field in a matter of hours. Additionally, all service and maintenance locations are well marked, accessible, and neatly grouped together. The onboard system gives the operator access to a variety of status information, including the daily services that are arriving. The TD-25M is equipped with a variety of Trimble systems for road and highway applications, making it grade-control ready out of the box. The cabs of both dozers include 33% larger glass area, a streamlined engine hood with unobstructed sightlines to the blade corners, a rear-view camera (standard on the TD-25M, optional on the TD- 15M), and more ripper lighting. Both models also have high-efficiency air-suspended high-back seats, a 7-inch full-color monitor, left and right ergonomic joysticks, and other features. Dressta also included Bluetooth functionality. Nine air outlets are part of an upgraded climate control system. Wide or long tracks, rippers with one or more shanks, landfill arrangement, and rigid or angle blades are all options for the dozers.

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