Cat’s M325D, M325D LMH wheel material loaders updated for faster barge unloading, easier transport
Reinforced cab enhances safety
The new, reinforced cab structure provides enhanced protection for the machine operator. It is compliant with 2006/42/EC. The new roof window is scratch resistant glass, and an additional steel crossbar at the front, top of the cab helps protect the operator.
A rearview camera sending images to a display inside the cab further enhance safety. For operator comfort, each material handler now can be equipped with a factory installed radio with CD. The system is MP3 ready. A flip release panel provides anti-theft protection.
Auto-reversing fan helps keep machine cool
The new automatic reversing fan purges dirt, dust and airborne debris from the cooling system. The system automatically reverses the fan at preset intervals to expel debris from the radiator and engine compartment. In conditions that vary a great deal, the operator can manually reverse the fan at any time. The fan is controlled by the engine electrical control module for smooth and reliable operation.
In addition to the enhancements that are new worldwide, the M325D MH and M325D LMH Wheel Material Handlers sold everywhere now can be equipped with a generator. The 20kW SSMC (solid state magnet control) generator provides superior reliability as a result of its soft start system and overheating protection.
In addition, the SSMC generator provides commonality in joystick button usage, improved clean magnet drop due to software control, and duty cycle monitoring to prevent generator and magnet damage. Other benefits of this generator include lower maintenance costs and improved serviceability.
MORE FROM Manufacturers News
SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW
- Vulcan shareholders reject board changes at annual meeting940 Views
- Excavators uncover ancient quarry in Jerusalem900 Views
- Former gravel quarry-turned-landfill transforms into nature reserve449 Views
- Americans consume 3 million pounds of minerals in a lifetime227 Views
- Diesel fuel price report: May 13, 2013185 Views