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D7R Series II

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Demonstrated DRF is
0.0497 repairs/100 hrs
at 12,613 hrs.

Predicted DRF is
0.1154 repairs/100 hrs
at 12,613 hrs.

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Brief Specs

Performance test against D85E-12 run in September 2001 to validate the


first field follow unit, gave the following results;

6.7% more hp
16.5% more LCM per cycle
6.8% more LCM per hour

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Quick comparison

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D7R Series II
Performance vs. Komatsu

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Undercarriage options - specs

Standard Arrangement
Standard arrangement
A general purpose undercarriage arrangement
that performs well in many applications with
firm underfoot conditions.

XR Arrangement XR arrangement
More track to the rear positions the tractors
weight forward, which increases traction and
stability for drawbar, skidding, and ripping
applications.

LGP Arrangement
LGP arrangement
Specially designed to work in soft and
spongy/swampy conditions. Wide track shoes,
long track frames and a wider gauge increases
track contact area and reduces ground
pressure for improved stability and floatation

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Applications

D7R Series II is a versatile machine designed to be used in a


wide variety of applications such as:
Production dozing
Ripping
Pushing scrapers
Landfill dozing
Finish grading
Trap dozing to wheel loader
Building stockpile
Leveling scraper fills
Leveling truck dumps
Grading slopes
...

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The D7R Legacy

Comfortable Operators Station


Automatic Shifting

Excellent visibility
Bullet Proof Engine

AMOCS Caterpillar
Monitoring
System
Finger Tip Control

Differential Steering
Heavy Duty
Tracks
Ecology Drains
Transportability (dimension & weight)
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D7R Series II New Features

Common OROPS &


More Efficient Torque
EROPS Platform
Converter/Divider Electronic Transmission
Controls

240HP 3176C Stage II


Improved U/C Life
Compliant Engine

Improved & Quieter


Operator Station
Improved 2 nd
Performance
Flashable EMS III
Pilot Hydraulic
Controls
Extended Engine oil Factory Installed
change intervals Product Link 201
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D7R Series II Features

D7R Series II improvements


Improved 2nd gear performance
Separate Circuit AfterCooler (SCAC)
World wide emission regulations compliant
New transmission output transfer gears
Controlled throttle shifting
Load compensated shifting
Larger torque divider with freewheel stator
Pilot hydraulics for blade, ripper and winch
Improved operator comfort (OROPS, EROPS)
Gray cab interior
Flashable EMS III monitoring system
Adjustable parallelogram MS ripper

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D7R Series II Features

D7R Series II improvements (continued)


Lamp gear module with digital tachometer & gear display
Corporate comfort seat
Machine Security System
Standard 10 amps / 12 V power outlet
Optional 20 amps / 12 V power converter
Optional dealer installed product link

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Engine

D7R D7R Series II


3306C 3176C Turbocharged
Turbocharged Separate Circuit
Jacket water aftercooled AfterCooled
230 horsepower (171 kW) 240 horsepower (179 kW)
Tier I compliant Tier II/Stage II compliant
Direct Fuel Injection Mechanically actuated,
Electronic Unit Injection
EUI (Direct injection)

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Cat 3176C Engine Features
Engine Torque Curve Improvements
Torque 813 Nm @ Rated
HP (2100 RPM)

Benefits:
Increased torque at all engine speeds.
Torque at high idle is speed limited - quicker response to load
Better Lugging - higher peak torque capability
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3176C-Engine

High displacement to horsepower ratio (624 cu. In./10.3 L)


Great lugging power
Low internal stress for longer life
Long engine life for lower operating costs

Higher horsepower (240HP, 179 kW) and improved


power/torque curve mapping
Improves 2 nd gear performance
Increased productivity
STD & XR
+9.3% LCM/Hr
+/0 l/Hr Applied technology to
+ 9.3% LCM/liter improve performance
without increasing fuel
consumption
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Cat Electronic engines
Electronic engine Control is a mature,
robust
Reliability technology on Cat machines

Robust technology
Fewer Mechanical Components
Elimination of Leak Paths

Cat Electronic Engines since


1986
Cat Builds and Ships Over
350,000 electronic engines/year

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Cat Emissions Engines Benefits

50% Torque Rise (Series I was


44%)
Higher injection pressure
More precisely controlled fuel
delivery
Increased horsepower
Improved response
Greater tractive force
Cat 3176C and 3196 ATAAC

Cat C-9 ATAAC

Cat 3126B ATAAC

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LOWER OPERATING COSTS

Fuel Efficiency

Existing Model New Model


D6R Series I D6R Series II

Cat 3306 (10.4 L.) Cat C-9 (8.8 L.)

226 g/kW-hr BSFC 206 g/kW-hr BSFC


10% Gain In Efficiency

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LOWER OPERATING COSTS

Extended Service Intervals

Precise Combustion Control = Cleaner Oil = Longer Change


Intervals

500 hour Oil Change Intervals


Up to 50% less labor
Less oil required
Less oil to dispose of
More machine uptime

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Cat Emissions Engines Benefits

Summary
Lower Emissions
Reduced Smoke
Increased Power
Improved Response
Electronic Throttle Control
Greater Tractive force
More Fuel Efficient
Extended Service Intervals
Easier to Troubleshoot
Requires No Additional Hi-Ambient Cooling package

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Pro 2000 Matrix

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3176C Engine

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Planetary Transmission

Electronic Clutch Pressure Control (ECPC)


Smoother shifting for improved operator comfort and longer
component life
Reduced shifting hesitation for greater operator comfort and
productivity
Quicker and smoother directional shifting for improved
operator comfort and longer drive train component life
Easier electronic trouble shooting for quicker repairs.
Load compensated shifting
Controlled throttle shifting

F37 friction material


F37 reduces oil contamination
Extends clutch life

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New Operator's Station
D7R D7R Series II
Sound level 81dbA ( ISO Sound level 79dbA ( ISO
6396 or 95/27/EC) 6396 or 95/27/EC)
Contour Series seat Corporate Comfort seat
Mechanical brake Electronic brake
modulation modulation
Separate platform Common platform
O/EROPS O/EROPS
No power outlet Standard 12V/10 Amps
power outlet

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Machine operation

Tiller handle forward-reverse rotational force


reduced by 50%
Reduced tiller handle rotation effort reduces
operator fatigue.
Dual button shifting

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Machine operation

Selectable auto-shift Selectable auto-kickdown


Must be activated by the Will remain active at
operator at engine re- engine re-start.
start.

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Pilot Hydraulics

Pilot hydraulic work tools (blade & ripper) controls.


Reduced lever efforts for improved operator comfort and
productivity
Quicker blade response for improved performance.
Hydraulic Lock out, easier to use and improves safety

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Undercarriage

New sprocket made of tough steel to


improved wear material
Extends sprocket life in abrasive
environment.
Improved wear life material introduced
tests show up to 50% improvement in
wear life, up to 13% improvement in
bushing life.
Average 3-4% operating cost reduction

New sprocket machined after heat treatment


Improved sprocket bolt retention
Improved bolting surfaces and
dimensions.

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7 D6R II New Features

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Adjustable Ripper

D7R D7R Series II


Non adjustable Adjustable
parallelogram ripper parallelogram ripper

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Serviceability

500 hour oil change intervals


Extended oil change intervals reduce maintenance
costs and improves machine availability and
therefore productivity

ATC fuses (Auto type)


Allow easier and faster replacement.
More reliable
Save space on the dashboard for critical
indicators.

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Machine Security System

(MSS)

MSS is based on coded ignition keys


Different for every machine
Increased safety

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Product Link

D7R Series II
Factory installed Product Link System available

Retrofitable

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Summary

The D7R Series II is a D7R with:


3176C engine, modified SCAC ADEM II
179 Kw/240 hp with much improved 2nd gear performance
(D8RII Torque divider)
Separate circuit aftercooler (SCAC)
Pilot hydraulic
Flashable EMS III
500 hours oil change interval
The D7R Series II is available in the
following versions:
FTC STD, FTC XR, FTC LGP
D/S STD, D/S XR, D/S LGP
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Questions

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Competition?

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Komatsu D85s
D7R II
STD
XR
LGP

D85E/P-21
D85EX/PX-15
D87E/P-2

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Blade position

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Tag Link Mounting

Increase blade penetration and pryout


Maintain unabated blade control
with virtually no linkage maintenance
Transmits dozer side loads trough Tag
Link into main frame
Tag Link eliminates diagonal blade bracing
Increases operator visibility
Increases maneuverability of tractor
Maintains excellent machine balance

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Blade mount & side plate
Blade position
Side plate thickness

Tag Link

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Cylinder Lines

XT-3 hoses
Fully protected

Notice lift cylinders angle!

Standard hydraulic hoses


Line and connectors fully
exposed

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MS Ripper

Ajustable parallelogram
Heavy duty construction
Two lift and two tilt cylinders

Fixed parallelogram ripper


Light construction
One lift cylinder

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SU Blades

32% larger blade capacity

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U Blade

8.34 m 3

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