Doosan launches DX10Z mini-excavator

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Doosan has launched a new compact, but comfortable, mini-excavator. With a width of 710mm, when the tracks and front blade are fully retracted, the DX10Z zero tail swing is able to fit through most door frames, making it suitable for a wide range of construction, rental, demolition and landscaping applications.

A foldable tip-over protective structure (TOPS) canopy complying with ISO 12117 requirements is standard on the model to make access to job sites even easier.

A Doosan spokesperson said, “While the DX10Z is very compact, there is no compromise on performance.”

Due to the hydraulically expandable design of the undercarriage, the vehicle has one of the widest stances in the mini-excavator segment, offering a 1,100mm2 footprint when fully extended.

The workgroup features a box structure that provides strength while minimizing overall weight of the 1,176kg vehicle that has a digging depth of 1.82m. Significant cabin leg room, lower machine noise and variable-position joysticks provide levels of comfort to the operator typically associated with larger excavators.

Powered by a Kubota D722 engine, the DX10Z has maximum power of 7.4kW and produces low-level vibrations.

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