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New Doosan DL200-5 and DL250TC-5 Wheel Loaders

Waterloo, Belgium - Doosan Bobcat EMEA is showing two new Stage IV compliant wheel loader models for the first time at Bauma 2016, prior to their official launch later in the year.

The new Doosan DL200-5 and DL250TC-5 models provide another leap forward in wheel loader design as represented by their new external styling compared to previous generation machines. They offer as standard a number of advanced new features, which are available only as options on other machines on the market. With bucket capacities of 2.0 and 2.5 m3, respectively, the DL200-5 and DL250TC-5 wheel loaders are intended to meet a wide range of material-handling and loading applications.

The Doosan DL200-5 and DL250TC-5 wheel loaders are powered by new engines meeting Stage IV emission regulations without the need of a diesel particulate filter (DPF) and incorporating an electronic high-pressure common-rail (HPCR) fuel delivery system and a turbocharger with a Wastegate valve (WGT) installed to improve power and fuel efficiency.

The after-treatment technologies being utilised in the engines are cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) combined with a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) to reduce particulate matter (PM) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) with diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) injection to minimise nitrogen oxides (NOx).

As well as offering more standard features than other machines of their size on the market, there is an expanded choice of options for the DL200-5 and DL250TC-5 wheel loaders, including ride control; a double suspension (horizontal and vertical) heated seat; a 3rd spool auxiliary line; a reversing fan and a limited slip differential system.

The compactness and robustness of the DL200-5 and DL250TC-5 models provides excellent manoeuvrability in narrow and confined space areas, and in combination with the wide selection of attachments available, they can undertake a very wide range of applications including work in sand pits, concrete plants, road construction, water and sewer projects, waste management and recycling, agriculture, foods and industry.

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