Mining Dozer
  • Rated Power (kW/rpm)
  • Operating Weight (kg)
  • Overall Dimensions (mm)
    5590 × 3725 × 3527
Applicable working conditions
  • Mining
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The XCMG D260 Crawler Bulldozer, designed specifically for international markets, showcases advanced features to meet various construction needs. This bulldozer, equipped with hydraulic transmission and electric control shift, inherits XCMG's commitment to excellent product quality and performance reliability. Primarily used for excavating, backfilling, and earthwork operations on roads, railways, airports, and rivers, the D260 is indispensable for national defense projects, urban developments, and water conservancy initiatives.

Integrating intelligent control, limit load technology, hydraulic pilot control for shovel blades, electric control shift, and construction data management demonstrates XCMG's dedication to cutting-edge technologies. The 7-inch touch LCD color display provides real-time information on engine parameters, walking status, gear information, and fault alarms. Powered by the Shangchai SC9DF270G3 engine, meeting non-road machinery National-IV emission requirements, it delivers efficient energy utilization and is easy to maintain.

The variable power control and three-power operation mode enhance fuel savings and controllable power performance. The optimized transmission system, spacious cab, and stable chassis further contribute to the D260's high efficiency, flexibility, and reliability in various challenging working conditions.

Operating weight(kg)24600
Engine power(kW/rpm)199/2000
Overall Dimensions (mm)5590 × 3725 × 3527
Blade capacity(m³)5.8
Ground pressure(kPa)66
Minimum turning radius(mm)4500
Crawler width(mm)560
Blade width(mm)3725
Blade height(mm)1395
Blade depth(mm)540
Working depth(mm)695;666
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