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Develon DA30-7

Description

The DA30 offers best-in-class ground clearance & ground bearing pressure. Combined with superior torque at low engine RPM, and superior power and traction, we offer you the best productivity.  

Scania DC 09 engine: 276 kW (370 HP) at 2100 rpm. Unique design of rear frame, body, and front-mounted differential on transmission make the Develon machine the most compact ADT in its class, which results in smallest turning radius and outstanding stability.

Specifications

Engine
Scania DC 09
Tansmission
ZF 8 EP320
Configuration
5 in line cyl / 9.3 l
Gross power
375HP (276 kW) @ 2.100 RPM
Net power
362HP (270 kW) @ 2.100 RPM
Gross torque
1873 Nm @ 1.300 RPM
Body volume (SAE 2:1) without tailgate
16.8 m³
Power to weight, empty
11.9 kW/t
Power to weight, loaded
5.04 kW/t
Max. travel speed forward (1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8)
6 / 8 / 11 / 16 / 23 / 32 / 45 / 55 km/h
Total length
9534 mm
Width
3208 mm
Maximum payload
28 t
Net weight (SAE 2:1)
23.100 kg

Get In Touch

Sales Contacts

South Scotland
Kevin Fraser (Sales Director)
07788 533918
kevin.fraser@jgordon.co.uk
Dumfries
Jordan Duff
07714 524053
jordan.duff@jgordon.co.uk
Central Scotland
Leigh Dalgleish
07386 677344
leigh.dalgleish@jgordon.co.uk
Cumbria & Borders
Darren Nicholson
07909 685618
darren.nicholson@jgordon.co.uk
Wigtownshire
Roger Doherty
07714 524064
roger.doherty@jgordon.co.uk
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