When push comes to shove, the DEVELON DD100 dozer delivers with more horsepower, better tractive effort and superior pushing power. This machine was designed to be heavier and delivers 115.3 net hp — higher than competitive dozers in this size class. The result is more power to the ground and superior tractive effort to help you move more material and get more in the done pile.
DEVELON developed its unique dozer undercarriage system to help lower the total cost of operation. Dual-flange rollers go outside the chain of the track, and single-flange rollers sit inside the chain of the track. The combination helps ensure that the track stays on the undercarriage, helping to reduce wear and providing greater operator comfort.
The undercarriage is designed for convenient and cost-effective maintenance.
Areas of the undercarriage that naturally experience greater wear and tear are easy to access. Affordable replacement parts are available through your local DEVELON dealer.
No dozer offers better visibility to the 6-way angle blade. We moved the electronic cooling system to the back of the machine and there’s no precleaner to obstruct your view of the blade. The front hood of the DEVELON dozer is narrower, and the inline precleaner is hidden under the hood.
The dozer cab pillars have been minimized, allowing for maximum glass area. All-glass doors give a full view of the working environment.
A rearview camera, high-illumination LED lights and four premium wiper blades are all standard.
The 6-way variable-angle pitch dozer blade puts you in control for more precision when grading or moving dirt, clay and other materials.
A blade float function is ideal for fine finishing or smooth back grading.
Save time and fuel, and maximize productivity, with 2D and 3D grading technologies that help even novice operators do more work faster and more precisely. The optional 2D blade assist function makes precision grading easier. The dozer is compatible with an optional 3D machine guidance and 3D machine control system that activates automatic blade movements based on GPS coordinates.
Standard, fully electronic hydraulic controls meet the needs of operators of every skill level.