SDLG returns to Bauma with two new models
Chinese construction equipment manufacturer SDLG is showcasing two new additions to its range, the E635F excavator and the L968 wheel loader, at Bauma 2016 this week.
The E635F mini-excavator has a load rating of 3,600kg and is powered by a 26.3kW Yanmar 4TNV88 engine configured to meet US Tier III emissions requirements.
The ergonomically designed cab is air-conditioned and is surrounded by glass on all sides, ensuring maximum visibility. The chassis has been widened and configured in an ‘X’ shape to distribute weight more evenly and keep the machine stable on rough ground.
The L968F wheel loader is a higher-spec machine suited for construction and mining applications. Rated at 6 tonnes, the loader has a 178kW Tier III engine that SDLG says delivers low emissions and high fuel economy.
The design of the loader’s hydraulic core has it placed centrally, providing streamlined access to maintenance points, reducing downtime and improving operator safety. Safety is further enhanced by an enlarged cab with all-round visibility.
SDLG says the L968F’s VRT200 rigid-axle transmission converter and synchronised four-speed transmission give the machine increased stability and better traction when operating in unstable conditions.
Aside from the launch of the two new models, SDLG says it will be using Bauma 2016 to showcase how much the brand has grown over the past 12 months, with its products being rolled out across the globe.
"Several of our most popular models have been rolled out to major markets in recent months and as SDLG continues to develop in key regions, the company will rely even more on its strong sales network," SDLG president Yu Mengsheng says.
"The Bauma 2016 exhibition gives us the perfect opportunity to showcase the breadth of the SDLG range — from our popular wheel loaders, to our motor graders and backhoe loaders and I’m looking forward to meeting our customers and partners during the show."
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