Meet DX235DM and DX530DM - Built for Rigor of Demolition Applications
We are happy to introduce you our new DX235DM and DX530DM - the first of the Doosan’s new range of High Reach Demolition Excavators (the DX380DM will follow later this year). Typical of the design of the new demolition machines, they offer a high visibility, tiltable cab, particularly suited to high reach demolition applications and offering a 30-degree tilting angle.
A key feature of the DX235DM and DX530DM, which is shared with the all the models in the new High Reach Demolition Excavator range from Doosan, is a modular boom design and hydraulic lock mechanism on the machines. This provides the customer with a complete, flexible solution that allows them to use the same excavator for other applications on site as well as demolition.
The innovative design ensures it is a simple process to change between a demolition boom and an earthmoving boom to accomplish different types of work on the same project. A special stand is provided to facilitate the boom changing operation, which is based on quick-change hydraulic and mechanical coupler connections. A cylinder-based system is used push the locking pins into place to help complete the procedure.
DOOSAN DEMOLITION EXCAVATORS - KEY FEATURES
- BOOM JOINT SYSTEM
The modular boom design and hydraulic lock mechanism provides the customer with a complete, flexible solution that allows them to use the same excavator for other applications on site as well as demolition. The quick coupler enables faster changeover between a demolition boom and an earthmoving boom.
- TILTING CABIN
The 30-degree tilting cabin provides better visibility and less fatigue during high elevation demolition work.
- HYDRAULICALLY ADJUSTABLE TRACK
The track can be extended and retracted hydraulically for maximum stability when working and minimized width for transportation.
- STABILITY WARNING SYSTEM
The tipping limit is calculated according to the attached tool. The system warns with alarm when approaching the safety limit and stops the movement of cylinders when the limit is reached.