Doosan crawler excavator range on show at Bauma

By Lewis Tyler08 October 2022

Doosan is to demonstrate a range of its heavy and compact equipment at Bauma 2022, including the DX1000LC-7 100 tonne crawler excavator.

An excavator by Doosan Doosan crawler excavator (Photo: Doosan)

Exhibiting under the theme of “Powered by Innovation”, Doosan will also showcase a range of 2 to 5 tonne mini-excavators, 10 tonne midi wheeled excavator as well as new compact wheeled loader models.

Visitors to the Doosan stand will also see a preview of the first zero-emission mini-excavator from the company, the DX20Z-E. Although not available currently, the machine is expected to launch next year.

A range of technological advances made by Doosan are also expected to make an appearance. In fact, the transparent bucket by Doosan Infracore, which has been nominated for the Bauma 2022 Innovation Awards, will be at the show.

The bucket operates via a combination of cameras at the front of the loader and a monitor in the cab which the driver can use to see potential blind spots in front of the bucket.

The Doosan stand will also feature the latest developments in the company’s edge Concept-X, Xitecloud and DoosanCONNECT systems, as well as showing the new DX225LC-7X crawler excavator.

In the lead up to Bauma 2022, KHL is providing rolling news which covers the latest product launches, event announcements and any other news related to the show.

To keep up to date with the latest Bauma news, read more here or download the KHL Bauma app, available on iOS and Android.

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