Hydrema D-series has increased torque
On the 926D and 928D models, the engine performance has been increased from 123 hp to 131 hp, while the 906D and 908D remain at 101 hp. Torque has been improved significantly by installing common rail engines. This provides more power to the work functions in a far wider range of engine rpm, and thus a lower rpm when working, which means less noise and less vibration.
The 926D and 928D models are built on Hydrema’s well-known, stable chassis with patented articulated steering, continuous side shift, and four-point cab suspension.
The cab is more spacious with increased leg room. Furthermore, the glass area has been enlarged, which, together with narrower posts and higher roof line, improve the visibility both front and rear.
The seat and armrest, with integrated control panel, turn automatically when a switch on the armrest is activated. When you choose this function, the wheel goes up automatically, and it turns back to the starting point when the seat is turned back to the driving position. This puts an end to having to release both seat and wheel with different levers many times a day when shifting between digging and driving.
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