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Electric D7E Presentation

Discussion in 'Upcoming Events' started by drewtam, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. drewtam

    drewtam Member

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    FYI, in case your in the area.

    http://www.saesections.org/cis/

    http://www.saesections.org/cis/Events.htm

     
  2. grunk36

    grunk36 Well-Known Member

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    i wish i lived in the states would like very much to see the presentation
    let us know all the details
     
  3. td25c

    td25c Senior Member

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    This is an interesting idea.It works on locomotives and large pit trucks.Why not a dozer?I cant wait to see how the machine dose whith the test of time.I have an old wabco c-pull that works great.It can be 95 degrees in the hot sun and the engine dosent get over 185 degrees.I think electricity transfurs power better than hydraulics in some cases.It dose not create as much heat,and heat is wasted energy.Just my thought's.
     
  4. drewtam

    drewtam Member

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    Videos, details, specs, interviews of operators, 360 views, news releases, etc for the new D7E Electric Drive.

    http://www.cat.com/D7E

    :notworthy
     
  5. greeniron

    greeniron Well-Known Member

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    drewtam , just wondering why they removed the radiator from the back of the terex , sorry cat
     
  6. Tigerotor77W

    Tigerotor77W Senior Member

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    Good find, drewtam! ;)

    Can't wait for this thing to hit the market.