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Doosan Displays DX140LCR-5 Reduced-Tail-Swing Excavator at WOC

Doosan Displays DX140LCR-5 Reduced-Tail-Swing Excavator at WOC

Doosan Construction Equipment will display a DX140LCR-5 reduced-tail-swing crawler excavator at World of Concrete in Las Vegas next week. The machine will be configured with a quick coupler and hydraulic breaker, as well as optional rubber track pads, which minimize damage to concrete surfaces.

The DX140LCR-5 excavator offers a shorter tail swing, allowing operators greater flexibility where space is at a premium. The machines come standard with permanently sealed and lubricated track links, and the workgroup bushings and hard-wear disks are designed for extended service intervals to increase uptime.

A standard 7-inch liquid crystal display screen allows operators to continue monitoring the excavator parameters while viewing the rearview or optional sideview camera image. Critical machine data appears next to the camera view. With an available side camera, a split screen allows both camera displays to be viewed at the same time.

Auto shutdown is standard to help owners save fuel during non-working conditions. Operators can configure the idle time from 3 to 60 minutes. When enabled, the feature will shut down the excavator’s engine when the preset idle time is met, a particularly helpful feature in California where state regulations require idling for only five minutes for off-highway machines.

Factory-installed options for DX140LCR-5 crawler excavators include:

  • Straight travel pedal, allowing operators to travel in a straight line more easily;
  • Two-way auxiliary hydraulic pedal;
  • Cab guarding for special applications;
  • Additional work lamps
  • Rotate circuit hydraulic piping.

Doosan Construction Equipment will be in Booth C5887 in the Central Hall.

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