Develon introduces DTL35 compact track loader to North America

Develon has expanded its compact equipment line with the introduction of its first compact track loader to North America, the DTL35.

Shown as a prototype at Conexpo 2023, Develon said it has refined the design in response to input from dealers and contractors.

Develon DTL35 CTL The DTL35 is powered by a 115.3-hp D34 engine, which is the same one used in the Develon DD100 dozer. (Photo: Develon)

“The new DTL35 is the first compact track loader from Develon in North America and has several features and technologies for excellent performance, visibility and high-end comfort,” says Dylan Freeman, product manager for compact track loaders, Develon.

“We’re excited to continue to expand our compact equipment line, giving our customers more machines to help with their work demands.”

The DTL35 is powered by a 115.3-hp D34 engine, which is the same one used in the Develon DD100 dozer. 

Two rubber track patterns are available and both include a wide and narrow version. A wide multi-bar track comes standard, while a block pattern is optional.

The wide multi-bar tracks offer increased contact with surfaces for better traction, while the optional block pattern is designed for more durability on challenging terrains like rock, gravel or uneven ground. It also minimizes ground disturbance, making these tracks a good option for landscaping and turf management.

Ride control reduces shocks and vibrations, which enhances stability for the bucket and minimizes spillage when the compact track loader navigates rough terrain while carrying full loads. The auto return to dig automatically returns the arms to the lowered position, saving operators time while delivering a more consistent digging depth.

The standard 2-speed travel feature allows the compact track loader to operate at the best speed for the job: the higher speed (up to 9.2 mph) for traveling longer distances or quickly moving between job sites, and the lower speed (up to 6.1 mph) for stabilizing the machine during more precise and controlled movements in challenging conditions.

An optional around view monitor (AVM) camera system with ultrasonic proximity sensors displays a 270-degree view of the machine’s surroundings for greater confidence when operating in tight work areas or busy job sites. The ultrasonic proximity sensors further enhance safety by alerting operators to nearby objects as they back up the machine.

The DTL35 has a vertical lift arm configuration and is offered with more than a dozen Develon attachments. A self-leveling feature automatically adjusts the attachment to remain level as the arms are raised or lowered.

The 3-ft.-wide operator environment includes a large polycarbonate swing-out door, electric-over-hydraulic controls and an adjustable air suspension heated seat. The seat plus a torsion suspension system help to absorb shocks and vibrations when operating over rough or uneven terrain.

The machine is now available for order at local dealers. 

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