Doosan enters 10-tonne class with the DX100W-7

Doosan’s new 10-tonne DX100W-7 Wheeled Excavator is definitely a small medium-size machine and not a large compact. However, it offers the best compromise between compactness and agility and has the option of four-wheel steering and a crabbing mode, with two-wheel steering as standard.
Earthmoving & soil compaction / bauma 2022 / October 18, 2022
Doosan’s DX100W-7 is in the 10-tonne weight class which is new to the Doosan range
Doosan’s DX100W-7 is in the 10-tonne weight class which is new to the Doosan range

The 10-tonne weight class is new to the Doosan range and the DX100W-7 offers a high performance for urban and road maintenance applications. The integral 1.35-tonne counterweight ensures the highest stability for lifting work in combination with the articulated boom and long arm. The boom ensures that the operator can position the machine as close as possible to trucks during loading.

In addition, the DX100W-7 offers maximised lifting capacities and digging forces, as well as satisfying a requirement in some countries for a wheeled excavator with a travelling height of under 4m.

Other safety features include a ROPS cab with a premium seat as standard. An operator can use the large touch screen to easily browse all machine settings, including the view from the standard side and rear view cameras. The availability on the DX100W-7 of an optional 360° all-around view camera, linked with an optional ultrasonic detection system is another exclusive for a machine of this size, says Doosan.

With 75kW of power at 2000 RPM provided by a Doosan D34 G2 Stage V engine, the DX100W-7 has the highest engine power, hydraulic flow and traction force in this class. The high flow from the smooth and precise hydraulic system can drive all kinds of attachments. In addition, there are two different pumps providing independent hydraulic flow for the transmission and to fully power hydraulic tools on the front end.

The new DX100W-7 comes with DoosanCONNECT TMS 3.0 wireless fleet monitoring system.

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