The TD8S Crawler Dozer delivers second-to-none balance to weight ratio for traction, power, maneuverability and maximum machine performance.
Power Through Any Task
The TD8S dozer is powered by the Cummins QSF 3.8 Tier 4 FINAL, 94–113 hp direct injection, in-line, 4 cylinder, 4 stroke, turbocharged and after-cooled engines. The combination of Cummins experience with the latest heavy-duty diesel design techniques delivers higher peak torque and exceptional fuel efficiency. An air cleaner restriction indicator signals when servicing of the elements is required. Best in class drawbar pull means you can rip and move more material per hour. The Hydrostatic Drive System provides constant power transfer under load for easy counter-rotation and full-power turns. Improved cooling efficiency thanks to the multi-unit modular cooling system and variable speed fan. Redesigned hydraulics made for fast blade lowering and quicker ripping cycles. Common hydraulic tank for driving and working systems.
Comfort Really Matters
Operator comfort is an essential element of worksite productivity. A comfortable operator is less easily fatigued, safer, more efficient and more productive. Dressta’s TD-8S is designed to offer exceptional in-cab comfort – from the quality of the seat to the air conditioning system and location of the controls. The all new hexagonal cab provides 30% more space and features full sound suppression. The cab is FOPS certified while the machine incorporates an additional two post ROPS protection system.
Dressta’s TD-8S has been designed for simplicity and reliability to reduce downtime, maximize uptime and make servicing as simple and cost effective as possible. Our modular design concept means major machine components can be easily accessed during servicing without having to remove numerous other parts. We provide clear, easy to follow maintenance instructions to guide you through typical maintenance and service routines. All service and maintenance points are clearly marked and easily accessible.
Heavy Duty Design
The mainframe provides solid support and protection for drive train components. The front section supports the engine and hydrostatic drive while the rear section, with a double steel wall, supports the final drives. Working loads from the blade and rear-mounted attachments are evenly distributed through the frame and undercarriage. The robust design includes a heavy-duty undercarriage available in two options: the Long Track (LT) version for better stability during forwarding driving and levelling and the Low Ground Pressure (LGP) version for use in swampy and muddy terrain.
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