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Develon DX800LC-7


The DX800LC-7 excavator is powered by the new stage V version of the well-proven Perkins 2506J diesel engine, providing a high power output of 403 kW (548 HP), more than any other machine in this class. 

The engine meets Stage V emission regulations by utilising exhaust gas recirculation, selective catalyst reduction, diesel oxidation catalyst and diesel particulate filter (DPF) after-treatment technologies.


Operating weight
79.500 kg
Bucket capacity
4.6 m³
4,25 – 5,24 m³
Digging depth with 7.7 m boom and 2.9 m arm
7725 mm
Digging reach
12672 mm
Digging height
11910 mm
Overall width (with 600 mm shoes)
4000 mm
4690 mm
Overall length in travel position
13370 mm
Tail swing radius
4010 mm
Digging force over bucket (ISO)
37.6 t
Digging force over arm (ISO)
33.5 t
Travel speed
low range - 2.9 km/h, high range - 4.8 km/h
Perkins 2506J
Engine power
403 kW (548 HP) @ 1800 rpm (SAE J1995)
Emission standard
Stage V
Number of cylinders
Main pumps max flow
2 x 504 l/m

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Sales Contacts

South Scotland
Kevin Fraser (Sales Director)
07788 533918
Jordan Duff
07714 524053
Central Scotland
Leigh Dalgleish
07386 677344
Cumbria & Borders
Darren Nicholson
07909 685618
Roger Doherty
07714 524064
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