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2014 Vol 4 No 4
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Marubeni Komatsu UK provided the venue for the Global launch of two new dozers from Komatsu to further strengthen their position in the market as a world leader in dozing technology.

With this introduction the company has brought closer together merging technologies to further enhance dozing performance and minimise operator fatigue.

Most dozers today working on major sites use levelling and grading technologies. Typically this is either by laser or, as it becomes more accurate, GPS using attachments to the dozer that are exposed to damage.

With the D61EXi/PXi-23, Komatsu build such intelligence into the machine. It was launched as ‘The First intelligent Machine Control model, to the European market.’

In other words, a unique fully automatic blade control dozer capable of both finish grading in automatic mode, and also rough dozing. The result is a significant improvement in productivity.

D61EXi/PXi-23 brochure


Although the D61i-EXi is the first machine to be equipped with this innovative factory integrated technology, it is obvious that the company is going to introduce some of the technology to other products as the company said that the technology is adaptable.
The new dozer can be configured with longer track-on ground standard (EX) or low ground pressure (PX) for better flotation and weight distribution in soft ground conditions.

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