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HISTORY OF JAPANESE BULLDOZER EXHIBITION The Museum of CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MAIN EXHIBITION
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History of Japanese bulldozer exhibition The birth of extra large Super Dozers Advancing into overseas markets Expanding varieties Expanding varieties Quality improvement Prevailing period of Japanese bulldozers The Birth of Japanese bulldozers The Birth of ICT bulldozers
History of Japanese bulldozer exhibition The birth of extra large Super Dozers Advancing into overseas markets Quality improvement The Birth of Japanese bulldozers Prevailing period of Japanese bulldozers Expanding varieties The Birth of ICT bulldozers Expanding varieties
Expanding varieties
Komatsu Pipe layer D355C (1973)
Komatsu Pipe layer D355C
Komatsu Pipe layer D355C
Weight:58400kg
Weight:58400kg

The Soviet Union commissioned Komatsu to build a special-purpose vehicle with innovative functions which were specifically designed for pipeline construction. The bulldozer had to be durable in a severe environment with the temperature range of -50C and +40C. GotchD355C was built based on bulldozer D355A. It came with a crane that could lift 92tons. It was able to handle delicate operations which worked well for laying pipes under the ground.

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