SDLG´s G9138 is a smaller and lighter grader that can cover a wider range of projects. In order to meet the requirement for a smaller and lighter grader to help contractors cover a wider range of projects, SDLG has released the G9138, and the new unit is immediately available in Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Cambodia. This machine offers reliable operation, robust performance and fast return on investment. The highly-maneuverable machine also gives the operator precise control through a fully digital instrument panel that includes electronic monitoring. The integrated panel also offers straightforward inspection and maintenance.
Adding to the motor grader´s operability is its swing frame, which lends flexibility to the machine in meeting various work demands. The articulating swing frame´s movements allow the blade to generate more power and carry a heavy windrow. It also allows the motor grader to make turns at more acute angles for close-quarter work or smaller roads. For greater durability and easier operations over its working lifetime, the swing frame´s composite bearing is lubrication- and maintenance-free.
¨Road-building is a growing enterprise in Southeast Asia, and customers are looking for a machine that can help them with the building of small roads, especially in rural areas. The G9138 is a cost-effective unit that delivers quick return on investment. It is not overly complicated or sophisticated, and customers can put it to work quickly and start earning revenue immediately,¨ said Anthony Neo, Director of Sales Support in Asia Pacific.
With an overall working weight of 12,000 kg, the G9138 is powered by a Weichai Deutz WP6G140E22 engine that has an output of 105 kW at 2200 rpm. Complemented by a Hangchi YD13 transmission system, the G9138 is able to reach maximum forward and backward velocities of 34 km/h and 28 km/h respectively. The motor grader can deliver up to 77.5 kN of traction force.