Haulotte expands telehandlers offering; ties up with Dieci


Haulotte Group has expanded its offering of telehandlers by adding the heavy load capacity range to its existing compact and high lift offering. Three models are offered – the HTL 5210, plus two larger Dieci telehandlers being marketed under the HTL 6508 and HTL 7210 brand names.

An entirely new line of Haulotte telehandlers specifically adapted for heavy loads, this range addresses needs for handling loads of 5.2-7.2 metric tons. Ideally suited for all types of applications in the heavy construction, mining, oil, port cargo handling , and recycling sectors, this telescopic handler is synonymous with optimal productivity. Thanks to its exceptional performances, the HTL 5210 directly rivals the 10/12t ranges with an unbeatable price/performance ratio.

Easy to operate on non-stabilized surfaces, HTL 5210 is a four-wheel drive and steer all-terrain telehandler, with a lift capacity of 5.2t up to a height of 10m, representing a maximum forward reach at 3.5t to 5.8m with the stabilizer. This model is equipped with a hydrostatic transmission for high-precision movements and an inching pedal system for a smooth and easy approach. The result is an extremely versatile range of applications based on the availability of numerous compatible accessories.

The stabilizers, included in the standard configuration, ensure an excellent horizontal outreach, and the rear-axle locking system offers greater lateral stability for a very high load rating performance for the upper section.

The HTL 5210 is a powerful telescopic handler powered by a Tier 4i/Stage IIIB-compliant Perkins 113hp (83kW) engine for Europe, and a Tier 3-compliant Perkins 95hp (70kW) for Latin America, North America, the Asia-Pacific region, Russia & the Middle East.

The HTL 6508 and HTL 7210 are extremely powerful telehandlers with lift capacities without stabilizers for 6.5t up to 7.7m for HTL 6508, and 7.2t up to 9.5m for the HTL 7010.

Ideally suited for safely handling bulky and heavy loads, the HTL 6508 and HTL 7210 are adapted in particular for extraction industries and civil engineering works and perfectly adapted for pick-up and carry operations.

The HTL 6508 model sold in Europe and North America, and the HTL 7210 model in Latin America, the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East, complement the HTL 5210 model by offering load capacities of more than 6t.

With the priority given to safety and comfort, an integral part of the Group’s DNA, the HTL 6508 and the HTL 7210 include in particular pothole guards with a cut-off system preventing dangerous movements and a limited slip differential on the front axle and the cabin, as well as an inching pedal for smooth and precise forward movements even with the engine at full throttle.

This range is equipped with FPT Tier 4i-compliant 130hp (9 kW) FPT engines for Europe and North America, and FPT Tier 3-compliant 127 hp (93kW) engines for Latin America, the Asia-Pacific region, Russia and the Middle East.

Particularly versatile with a wide selection compatible equipment available, these two new telehandlers effectively complement the new HTL 5210 in the demanding segment for high-capacity lifting equipment.

All HTL telehandler ranges can be rapidly fitted with multiple accessories (quick-fits): forks, simple or toothless buckets, work tools holder, hooked brackets and side-mounted work tool containers. These machines offer excellent maneuverability and significant work autonomy under optimal conditions of safety and comfort. The HTL ranges comply with EC standards and the TUV directive.

January 22, 2016

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