SDLG launches motor grader, G9190, powered by a Deutz Tier III engine, with hydraulically-controlled movable blade for ultimate precision and performance.
The Leading Chinese construction equipment manufacturer, Shandong Lingong Machinery launched the 148kW motor grader, powered by the German-designed DeutzDalian electronic injection TIER III engine; this grader offers premium performance on any terrain, from highways and airports to construction and agricultural applications. SDLG is renowned for its robust and reliable machines and is one of the world´s leading manufacturers of wheel loaders, excavators and road machinery. The company has a global support and parts distribution network that is growing at a fast pace. The G9190 motor grader offers customers a 13ft (3,962mm) moldboard as standard for wider grade coverage with several other optional attachments like ripper, scarifier and dozer blade.
Precision and performance
The turbocharged DeutzStage III engine not only saves energy but maximises performance. The low-noise engine is perfectly matched to the grader´s ZF transmission control system, allowing the operator to select the correct gear depending on load, for optimum efficiency and power.
The new motor grader offers enhanced grading performance. With optimised weight distribution, the machine has an impressive 82kN tractive force while its blade is operated via the unit´s Moveable Blade Control System (MBCS) for ultimate grading precision. The blade can rotate through a full 360¦ and incline up to a 90¦ gradient. A motor grader´s productivity is determined through the blade down force and draw bar pull. SDLG´s G9190 boasts a world-class down force of 8,386kg to maximise the cut depth without front-end drift.
New generation cab
The G9190 motor grader´s cab features the latest generation of operator comforts, with a new falling-object and roll-over protection structure (FOPS/ROPS)and wraparound glass for enhanced visibility. The new cab design incorporates a more ergonomic control layout to improve precision. Also, the operator can work in comfort with the new shock-absorbent seat that minimises vibration during operation.