Crawler Dozers are large-tracked machines with a blade mounted to the front used to push soil, sand, rubble, and other material on a job site. Sometimes referred to as a bulldozer, or crawler tractor, these machines can weigh as little as 10,000 lbs, while the largest dozers come in at over 300,000 lbs. These machines are commonly found in the mining and road building industries.
Goodfellow Bros. is the proud recipient of one of three commemorative Cat D6 XE dozers — a special edition high-drive electric drive dozer built specifically to celebrate Caterpillar's production of 175,000 medium high-drive dozers.
Komatsu America's 354 hp low ground pressure dozer, the D155PX-8, incorporates the Komatsu technology used in the D155AX-8, enhanced with two blade options and more track on the ground.
In 1985, Caterpillar expanded its elevated sprocket undercarriage concept to its medium track-type tractor (MTTT) line with the launch of the H-Series models.
Following on from the success of LiuGong's 4180D motor grader, which won a coveted Red Dot Product Design Award in March 2019, the company is celebrating its second win, this time with the all-new Dressta TD-16N, a revolutionary dozer that sets a new benchmark for visibility, according to the manufacturer.
Addressing the needs of the modern operator, the new John Deere 700L and 750L dozers feature improvements to productivity, reliability and operator comfort.
Founded in 1842, the Case story began with the practical innovations of Jerome Increase Case. Initially known for the development of automated threshing machines, Case soon introduced the first portable steam engine, fondly called "Old Number One," which is still on display at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
Nimble and responsive, the Cat D5 has power for dozing and finesse for grading and a fully automatic transmission for seamless acceleration.
Developed based on customer feedback, John Deere now manufactures the mechanical angle blade for the 950K and 1050K crawler dozers.
Komatsu America introduced its new 354 hp D155AX-8 LGP (low ground pressure) dozer which incorporates the technology used in the D155AX-8, enhanced with two blade options and more track on the ground.
Komatsu America Corp. recently introduced its Proactive Dozing Control logic, a fully-integrated dozing control system that allows operators to perform auto-stripping, auto-spreading and high production dozing, as well as finish grading.