Doosan DL250 Provides Increased Horsepower and Performance

The upgraded interim Tier 4-compliant (iT4) DL250-3 offers several improvements that enhance its productivity and comfort for moving materials in infrastructure projects, as well as building, site development and livestock production applications. The new DL250-3 does more than meet the iT4 regulations, as its improvements have been designed to result in increased performance and greater reliability.

The 2.8 m3 DL250-3 has been reintroduced as a 172-hp iT4 wheel loader (up from 163 hp in its previous design). It is engineered with a breakout force of 12,300 kg, a full-turn tipping capacity of 9,380 kg pounds and a dump height of 2.8 m. For those requiring additional dumping capabilities, the DL250-3 is also available in a high-lift configuration, extending the dump height to 3.25 m.

Designed with improved lifting performance, the DL250-3 offers operators the ability to set upper and lower limits for both the lift arm and bucket stop positions from inside the cab. Better lifting capabilities improve cycle times in digging and loading applications, while providing better control of the lift arm and bucket positions. An optional 4th spool control valve provides operators the capability to utilize an attachment that requires an additional hydraulic function, e.g., some snowblowers and snow blades.

As an alternative to the standard limited slip differential, the DL250-3 offers an optional hydraulic locking front differential.

Service intervals on the front lift arm pins have increased fivefold, from 50 to 250 hours, reducing operating costs and downtime. Tilt cylinder hydraulic hoses have been rerouted for improved hose reliability, better hose movement and improved visibility to the attachment. Lowered front side glass also provides improved visibility of operations.

Source: Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment America

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