DX180LC-5 HT

Upgrade your productivity with the DX180LC-5 HT Crawler Excavator, a strong and reliable performer. The evolution from the ‘-3’ to the ‘-5’ generation means that Doosan’s high standards have been raised yet again. This machine is equipped with a 1204F Perkins engine − it’s Stage IV compliant and delivers a 3% increase in fuel efficiency & 10% in lifting capacity. Topped off with a brand-new, distinctive and dynamic machine styling!

DX180LC-5 HT
Operating weight
18,500 kg
Perkins 1204F
Engine power
94.9 Kw / 127Hp @ 2000rpm (SAE J1349)
Main pumps max flow
2 x 152 l/m
Number of cylinders
Travel speed
5.1 / 3.1 km/h
Maximum traction
12.5 / 20.5 t
0.70 - 0.57 m³
Sound level (internal / external)
68 dB(A) - 100 dB(A)
Overall width
2,900 mm (Narrow)
Overall height (Std Front)
3,080 mm
Overall length (Std Front)
8,720 - 8,845 mm
Tail swing radius
2,530 mm
Bucket digging force
13,1 t
Arm digging force (Std Front)
9.3 t
Max. digging reach (Std Front)
8985 - 9350 mm
Max. digging depth (Std Front)
5955 - 6455 mm
Max. digging height (Std Front)
9325 - 9245 mm


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DX180LC-5 HT brings you the productivity, power and efficiency of our popular 18-tonne excavator, with the added advantages of the Doosan High Track undercarriage system.


Extra ground clearance

With higher ground clearance than our standard 18-tonne crawler excavator, this High Track model enables operators to move over tree trunks and debris, and travel easily on bumpy unpaved roads.


Built for rough conditions

The DX180LC-5 HT track frame is reinforced with additional metal plate, giving it extra durability and preventing any possible deformation while operating in harsh conditions.

The strong under-cover protects major components from damage from wood, rocks and debris.


Reinforced upper rollers

Reinforced upper rollers make our traveling system even more durable, so you can travel further, for longer, in harsh environments.


Stronger traction force


This 18-tonne machine has been re-engineered with more braking performance, giving greater traction force for pulling heavy objects such as tree trunks or log piles.