IronDirect launches new lineup of 10 Shantui hydrostatic dozers
Don McLoud | May 2, 2017

The DH13K is among 10 new Shantui hydrostatic dozers launched by IronDirect.

IronDirect, an online equipment seller primarily known as a sales platform for Chinese-made heavy equipment, has added a lineup of 10 Shantui dozers to its product offerings.

The new machines maintain track and blade control with fully hydrostatic transmissions that automatically adjust to load conditions.

Track speed and direction can be controlled individually from the cab with a joystick and integrated thumb wheel. Another joystick controls the six-way, power-angle-tilt blade. Steering and blade control have three settings: aggressive, standard and fine.

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A foot pedal controls engine and brake functions. Depressing the pedal slows transmission and engine speed simultaneously when in deceleration mode. In brake mode, depressing the pedal slows transmission but not the engine. Taking your foot off the pedal engages the brake in both modes.

The cabs are designed with rollover and falling-object protection. A 7-inch monitor displays machine data. A rearview camera comes standard. The cab is also climate-controlled, and it’s sealed and pressurized to reduce noise and dust. It also features storage space, wide doors, radio and MP3 player, and a USB charger.

The 10 new models range from 90 to 170 net horsepower. Four of the dozers are standard-track XL models designed for hard, rocky soil. Six low-ground-pressure (LGP) models are geared for working on softer ground.

The models in the lineup are as follows:

♦   DH08J LGP and DH08J XL, with operating weights of 18,157 pounds for the LGP and 17,681 pounds for the XL model. They run on a Cummins Tier 3, 90-horsepower engine. Drawbar pull is 28,200 pound-feet; track shoes are 24 inches LGP and 18 inches XL; blade capacity is 2.7 cubic yards LGP and 2.5 cubic yards XL.

♦  DH10J LGP and DH10J XL, with operating weights of 20,944 pounds for the LGP and 20,283 pounds for the XL model. They run on a Cummins Tier 3, 107-horsepower engine. Drawbar pull is 34,000 pound-feet; track shoes are 26 inches LGP and 18 inches XL; blade capacity is 3.5 cubic yards LGP and 3.1 cubic yards XL.

♦  DH13J LGP and DH13J XL, with operating weights of 31,526 pounds LGP and 30,206 pounds XL. They run on a Cummins Tier 3, 130-horsepower engine. Drawbar pull is 45,000 pound-feet; track shoes are 30 inches LGP and 22 inches XL; blade capacity is 4.4 cubic yards LGP and 4 cubic yards XL.

♦  DH13K LGP, with operating weight of 31,526 pounds. It is powered by a FPT Tier 4 Final, 154-horsepower engine. Drawbar pull is 45,000 pound-feet. Track shoes are 30 inches and blade capacity is 4.83 cubic yards.

♦  DH16J LGP and DH16J XL, with operating weights of 40,351 LGP and 37,783 XL. They run on a Cummins Tier 3, 170-horsepower engine. Drawbar pull is 52,000 pound-feet; track shoes are 32 inches LGP and 24 inches XL; blade capacity is 5.7 cubic yards LGP and 4.9 cubic yards XL.

♦  DH16J2 LGP, with operating weight of 40,351 pounds. It is powered by a Cummins Tier 4i, 170-horsepower engine. Drawbar pull is 35,000 pound-feet; track shoes are 32 inches; blade capacity is 5.7 cubic yards.

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