Doosan’s two new generation loaders
First publishedin Aggregates Business Europe
The new generation Doosan DL200-3 loading rocks
The new generation DL200-3 and DL250-3 wheeled loaders from Doosan Construction Equipment are said to combine high engine power with a number of new features to minimise fuel consumption and provide better operator comfort.
With a new cab design offering better visibility and a new instrument panel with integrated VCU (vehicle control unit), the DL200-3 and DL250-3 are both powered by the Doosan DL06K common rail six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine meeting Stage IIIB engine emissions regulations through the use of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) after-treatment technologies.
Three working modes, Eco, Normal and Power, allow optimum fuel consumption for different applications.
The operator can set a password for machine start, and if Auto Idle is activated, engine speed goes down about 200rpm after ten seconds if there is no machine movement.
“Auto Idle is ideal for applications with longer waiting times, such as truck loading. Thanks to Auto Idle, fuel consumption is reduced by up to 8%,” says Doosan.
As with all the new generation Doosan wheeled loaders, the DL200-3 and DL250-3 models are equipped with load- sensing controlled, variable hydraulic piston pumps, improving performance and reducing fuel consumption.
With bucket capacities of 2m3 and 2.5m3 respectively, the DL200-3 and DL250-3 wheeled loaders are intended to meet a wide range of material handling needs.