Dressta's new dozers are designed to handle the severe challenges of landfills with their turbocharged engines and lots more.

Dressta rolled out new Landfill Arrangement Crawler Dozers with turbocharged engines, 3-speed countershaft powershift transmissions, 2-speed geared type steering drives, six speeds forward and reverse, and modular type double reduction final drives.

The cab is 2-door, hexagonally shaped, with air conditioning, heating, pressurization and filtration; the suspended seat can be angled 15 degrees.

All three new Dressta dozers (the 320 hp Model TD-25H LA, the 225 hp Model TD-20H LA, and the 175 hp Model TD-15H LA) are equipped with turbine type air pre-cleaners, in-line copper tube radiator cores with wide fin spacing, radiator debris screens, oil to air power train oil coolers, insulated mufflers, final drive seal guards, perforated hoods and engine side closures, 80-amp alternators, severe service crankcase and transmission guards, 2-piece louvered radiator guard doors, audible and visual warning systems, steel deflector side bars at the engine compartment, and track shoe clean-out holes. Also available are blade trash racks, front and rear striker bars, additional rear counterweights, electric winch for ease in lowering and raising the heavy-duty crankcase guard, single or multi-shank rippers, sweeps, and screening packages. Track shoes are available from 22-28 inches in wideth on the TD-25H LA.

Source: Dressta North America