Designed with durability built in, the Cat 825K ensures maximum availability through multiple life cycles. Designed and manufactured for optimum performance and serviceability, this rugged, powerful machine delivers heavy-duty compaction and dozing.
Auto shift mode, when active, allows machine to upshift or downshift based on machine speed and torque, optimizing performance and saving fuel.
The left pedal acts as a brake, transmission neutralizer and an engine decelerator to override the engine speed selected by the throttle lock. Operators can slow down when the throttle lock is engaged and to return to throttle lock without pressing a resume or set button. Helps maneuvering around trucks, tractors or other obstacles.
Steering and Transmission Integrated Control System (STIC™) enhances operator comfort by integrating steering and transmission control functions in a single lever. Includes finger-controlled gear selection.
Load sensing hydraulic steering system ensures smooth steering at all speeds and engine levels.
Chevron Tamping Tip Design provides greater ground pressure, more compaction, excellent traction and a smooth ride.
Compaction is achieved from the bottom of the lift to the top. The tapered tips walk out of the lift without “fluffing” the soil. The top of the lift is compacted and the surface is relatively smooth and sealed so hauling units are able to maintain a high speed when traveling over the fill.
The 825K travel speed delivers four forces of compaction: pressure, manipulation, impact and vibration.
This compactor also spreads fill, potentially reducing the number of spreader tractors needed for the project.
Symmetrical tamping tip pattern delivers equal compaction in forward or reverse. Tips are full perimeter and replaceable.
Two cleaner bars on each wheel keep drums free of carryover dirt, in forward and reverse, maximizing efficiency. Cleaner bars are available with standard or abrasive tips depending upon the application. Bars are adjustable and bar tips are heat-treated and direct-hardened cutting-edge steel to increase life.
Pressurized cab sits on isolation mounts improving comfort and reducing sound.
Cab features a convenient floor storage tray/lunch box.
Cat Comfort Series III Seat includes mid-back design, thick, contoured cushions, air suspension, six-way adjustments, and a seat-mounted implement pod and STIC steer that moves with the seat for optimal control.
Control panel gives operators the information and controls for safer and time-saving settings.
STIC control simplicity provides maximum responsiveness and control with STIC that combines directional selection, gear selection and steering into a single lever.
Cat Compaction Control system uses Machine Drive Power (MDP) technology to measure rolling resistance and correlates it with soil stiffness. MDP works in both cohesive or granular soils. Optional 3D mapping system maps compaction measurements to the precise location the operator is working, providing a real-time view of progress, and a record of compaction uniformity.
DETECT technologies help keep people and equipment safe by keeping operator aware of the work area and by monitoring and reporting unsafe conditions, like avoidance zones.
COMPACT technologies combine advanced compaction measurement, in-cab guidance and reporting capabilities to help you consistently meet compaction targets fast, uniformly, and with fewer passes.
Cat Product Link is deeply integrated into your machine, giving you access to information like machine location, hours, fuel usage, idle time and event codes via the online VisionLink user interface. Helps effectively manage fleet and lower operating costs.
Engine Idle Shutdown saves fuel by avoiding unnecessary idling.
Reduce waste to the environment with maintenance-free batteries.
The 825K is built to be rebuilt, maximizing machine life, and minimizing environmental impact. Get the most from your investment, with our sustainable options including Cat Reman and Certified Rebuild programs. With these programs, remanufactured components deliver cost savings of 40 to 70 percent, lowering operating costs while also reducing waste and minimizing the need for raw materials.