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DEVELON to highlight trio of excavators at World of Concrete

December 1, 2023  By Rock to Road Staff

(Photo credit: DEVELON)

SUWANEE, GA – With next month’s World of Concrete approaching, DEVELON has announced plans to showcase a trio of excavators at the event, which runs from January 23 to 24 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Their line-up comprises a range of specific on-site solutions, and includes DEVELON’s DX42-7 mini excavator, DX225LC-7X crawler excavator and DX140W-7 wheeled excavator.

The DX42-7 is designed for use in tight job sites such as urban areas, and features increased cycle times, torque-limiting piston pumps and a counterweight sized for balance and durability. Models are available with open canopy design or with a closed cab configuration, which features heating and air conditioning, Bluetooth audio and a framed full-glass door, along with the option to ship with a rearview camera and LED lamps.

DEVELON’s first electronically-controlled crawler excavator, the DX225LC-7X, is built with advanced machine guidance and control systems including 2D grading for earthmoving work. An optional dozer blade and a titrolator mode have also been included.


The DX140W-7 wheeled excavator has been developed for heavy-duty tasks on bridges and roadways, with configuration options for front dozer blades and independent rear outriggers. Models include heating and air condition and standard rearview cameras, in addition to compatibility with DEVELON’s fleet management system.

At World of Concrete, DEVLON will be in booth C7226, located in the Convention Center’s Central Hall. Jacob Sherman, the company’s product and dealer marketing manager, is looking forward to their showcase.

“DEVELON is excited to exhibit at World of Concrete, especially as the event celebrates 50 years in 2024,” Sherman said. “This trade show gives us a chance to promote our new brand and innovative products that help customers take on their biggest job site challenges.”

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