(VIDEO) DEVELON's first compact track loader is powerful and stable for tough job sites - infrabuddy.net

(VIDEO) DEVELON’s first compact track loader is powerful and stable for tough job sites




Two rubber track patterns are available, including a wide and narrow version.

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Ride control, track pattern options, and powerful engine provide consistent performance

The DTL35 compact track loader is equipped with a 115.3-hp engine, the D34, which is also used in the DEVELON DD100 dozer. The engine helps minimize downtime, reduce maintenance costs, and enables consistent performance and maneuverability on the job site and in tight spaces.

Two rubber track patterns are available, including a wide and narrow version. A wide multi-bar track comes standard while a block pattern is optional. The wide multi-bar tracks offer increased contact with surfaces for better traction. This design increases stability and reduces vibration and the risk of slippage. 

The optional block pattern is designed to be durable on challenging terrains like rock, gravel, or uneven ground. It also minimizes ground disturbance, making these tracks a good option for landscaping and turf management. 

Ride control reduces shocks and vibrations, enhancing bucket stability and minimizing spillage when the compact track loader moves through rough terrain while carrying full loads. The auto return to dig automatically returns the arms to the lowered position to help deliver a more consistent digging depth.

The standard two-speed travel feature allows the compact track loader to operate up to 9.2 mph for faster travel between job sites and 6.1 mph for machine stabilization during precise and controlled movements in tough conditions.

The reversible fan protects against dust and debris, keeping the compact track loader’s engine cleaner and cooler.

DEVELON standard and optional cameras give CTL operators a clear view of their surroundings

The rear-view backup camera provides an additional view, allowing operators to see behind the machine.

An optional around-view monitor (AVM) camera system with ultrasonic proximity sensors displays a 270-degree view of the machine’s surroundings when operating the loader in tight work areas or busy job sites. The ultrasonic proximity sensors alert operators to nearby objects as they back up the machine.



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