Product profile: AUSA site dumpers


Site dumpers from AUSA—distributed by Glenbrook Machinery in New Zealand—offers extensive benefits, the manufacturers say

Often loading times can run from hours into days, depending on the type of construction being managed when using a road or dump truck. With an AUSA site dumper, material can be stockpiled and disposed of when convenient.

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The D1000A offers 360-degree views

Add to this the extra mobility and manoeuvrability that a 4WD AUSA dumper offers over that of a truck. The articulated and oscillating chassis keeps the four driving wheels in constant contact with the ground.

This allows the dumper to move around difficult sites easily without damaging existing infrastructure, as well as parking closer to off-loading points than a truck can.

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The articulated and oscillating chassis keeps the four driving wheels in constant contact with the ground

The manufacturers say the safety benefits of a machine built for purpose, with 360-degree views for the driver will satisfy managers looking to improve workplace safety.

The D1000A (New Zealand’s biggest dumper) is a high performance, 4WD 10-tonne dumper with an articulated chassis, outstanding speed, and rough terrain capability. Two options are available: a swivel dumper and a front tip dumper.

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The D1000A features a Kubota diesel engine, torque converter transmission, axles with epicyclic wheel reduction, and watertight brakes. The safety features include a large-size rear counterweight for better stability, excellent all-round visibility, and ergonomic seat and controls.

For more information on Glenbrook Machinery and their all-terrain equipment, visit glenbrook.co.nz.

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