Sunday 27 July 2014

New D9T Dozer Enhanced

The D9T Dozer—with an established standing for dependability and long-term sturdiness in the plainest applications—has new features that improve presentation, productivity, operator expediency and security, and serviceability. The new dozer features a C18 ACERT™ engine, which matches Tier 4 Final/Stage IV productions standards, and brings 436 net horsepower (325 kW) at 1,800 rpm. High torque rise of 36 percent lets the dozer to power by tough material. A new high-efficiency cooling package, advanced electronic controls for the power train and contrivance hydraulics, quieter cab with improved information monitoring, and safety and serviceability refinements describe the new D9T.

The D9T Dozer is available at Axis Capital Group, based in Singapore which has been servicing Southeast Asia, i.e. KL Malaysia, Beijing China, Jakarta Indonesia and Bangkok Thailand.

The new D9T cartels these design improvements with its predecessor's best features—a tough mainframe with cast steel main case; hinge chute that transmissions blade loads straight to the mainframe; linked energy train with three-speed power-shift broadcast and difference steering system; heavy-duty undercarriage with track roller frames and bogie-suspended rollers; a wide selection of blades; intuitive controls; and extensive discernibility to make unquestionable of no future complaints. The preceding D9T model is still available in less controlled countries and can achieve emissions levels equivalent to Tier 2 and Tier 3 standards.

Design enhancements
New aluminum bar-plate radiator cartels improved cooling efficiency with additional durability and increased confrontation to weathering. Furthermore, a new air-to-air after cooler cools ignition intake air to upsurge combustion competence and fuel economy, and a new air-to-oil hydraulic cooler exactly moderates temperatures for best performance and component longevity.

The new Advanced Productivity Electronic Control System is intended to advance transmission unstable performance, providing an advanced level of comfort for the operator and cumulative output. APECS works in combination with the Enhanced Auto-Shift system, which automatically selects the optimum gear/engine-speed match, based on load and ground speed, to upsurge efficiency and fuel economy. Moreover, the transmission features an electronically controlled main relief valve to decrease weight throughout idling to save fuel.

Available blade-control technology—supplements the D9T's efficiency and shortening the operator's job—comprises Automated Blade Assist (ABA), which permits operators to choose pre-set blade-pitch positions for the dig, carry, and spread portions of the cycle. ABA is standard with the D9T dual-tilt dozer blade selection.

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