Surat Mehta, Head of SDLG Business in India
SDLG is offering a new range of wheel loaders and motor graders such as the L Series, 7-tons L975F wheel loader, and the 5-ton L958H wheel loader. Says Surat Mehta, Head of SDLG Business in India, “We are offering the 7-ton wheel loader to meet demand in the higher capacity segment. It comes with 3.2 to 4.5-6 cum buckets for crushing plants of 300 tph and above. It is designed for arranging the stockpiles, giving feed materials to the crushers, and handling the finished products. It will also be suitable for loading of railway wagons, bulk loading, and bulk cargo reloading of crushed aggregates on rigid dump trucks. The new upgraded 5-ton wheel loader will be suitable for tunnelling work through its side discharge bucket attachment.”

The wheel loaders come with the advanced BS IV engine, giving better fuel efficiency, and improved hydraulics for better loading. SDLG also offers wheel loaders of 4 and 3 tons, and motor graders of 12 tons for road construction and 16 tons for mining application. Various attachments like tilt buckets, tree cutters, quick couplers enable higher utilization of the machines and thereby higher productivity.

SDLG develops new range of wheel loaders and motor graders to deliver higher productivity

“The new products will be supported by SDLG’s 19 dealers with 112 touch points and our service engineers. We will remain close to our customers for timely supply of parts and services so that our machines give high uptime with minimum breakdown,” says Mehta.
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