Doosan shows off it's largest crawler excavator
The DX800LC-7 excavator is the largest Doosan model ever available in the United States and Canada. It is primarily intended to serve customers in mining applications, removing overburden and loading large amounts of material into articulated dump trucks or rigid frame trucks. The DX800LC-7 may also be operated on very large construction projects — particularly at infrastructure jobsites — where a massive amount of material needs to be excavated and stockpiled or loaded into trucks to be moved. A removable counterweight is available as an option and is ideal when the machine needs to be transported between sites.
With this extension of its excavator line, Doosan offers machines from 3.5 metric tons to 80 metric tons to serve a wide spectrum of customer needs and applications in construction, mining, landscaping, recycling and forestry.
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