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New Deere Dozer Boosts Productivity


Designed to meet the demanding needs of today’s earthmovers, the new John Deere 850L Dozer boasts the productivity, reliability and durability customers expect in a production dozer. A few of the customer-inspired updates include a larger displacement engine, increased operating weight, new operator station, and several improvements to maximize reliability and durability.

Deere“Our K-Series dozers are a favorite with customers, and thanks to their ongoing feedback, the next generation of Deere dozers are our strongest, most durable and productive yet,” said Nathan Horstman, crawler product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “The 850L combines muscle, efficiency and balance for impressive new levels of performance. Coupled with an extraordinary focus on reliability and uptime, you have the winning combination our customers are asking for.”

The 850L incorporates an EPA Final Tier 4 John Deere PSS 9.0L diesel engine that provides a 10% increase in horsepower. At 225 hp (168 kW), the 850L has more horsepower than any dozer in its size class.  Equipped with the popular Eco mode feature, fuel consumption is reduced by up to 20%, without sacrificing performance. Auto-idle and idle shutdown are also standard which further minimize fuel costs. Like all John Deere dozers, the 850L features a dual-path hydrostatic transmission, now with 13% larger pumps than the K-Series

The new dozer is available the widest Power Angle Tilt (PAT) blade in its class. At 172-in. (4369 mm), the new blade increases productivity, especially in grading applications. All 850L configurations now utilize an eight-roller design with 130-in. (3302 mm) of track on ground, increasing productivity, stability and gradeability.

The Dubuque, Iowa-manufactured dozer also comes standard with grade control-ready electrohydraulic (EH) valves – making it easy to add a grade control system. Owners also have the ability to purchase the machine with John Deere SmartGrade. SmartGrade technology removes the need to install blade-mounted sensors and components daily, reducing setup time, and allows operators to get more work done.

John Deere, www.JohnDeere.com