Ausa reversible dumper coming to Bauma


Ausa has announced it is to launch a reversible all-terrain dumper truck at Bauma 2019.

Alongside the 10-ton DR1001AHG, the OEM will also be presenting its upgraded range of all-terrain forklifts at the construction trade fair in Munich, Germany, in April.

Featuring reversible driving, the compact dumper has a hydrostatic transmission and a fully closed, and heated ROPS/FOPS cab capable of rotating 180°, while the new industrial vehicle also includes a front camera, a seat belt buckle sensor, an audible reversing alarm and two rearview mirrors.

Ausa marketing manager Albert Vicens said, “The driver’s cab being handily able to rotate 180°, provides a huge increase in visibility, which proportionally increases the safety of the operator and their environment.

“Furthermore, electronically it maintains the features introduced by the successful D601AHG, such as the ECO Mode, Smart Stop, Hill Holder, digital screen with all of the machine’s information and integration of the telematic systems, which makes it the most advanced compact dumper in the market.”

In addition to the new dumper, Ausa is bringing its updated range of intermediate all-terrain forklifts with it to Bauma 2019.

With capacities of 2, 2.5, 3 and 3.5 tons, the improved vehicles now feature a digital human-machine interface (HMI) screen on the dashboard that is able to make use of it using the same joystick that moves the mast.

Fuel consumption is reduced thanks to stop/start functionality and eco mode driving options, while visibility for operators has increased by 30%.

Vicens added, “Ausa comes to this edition of Bauma stronger, more technological, more efficient and with more solutions than ever for the safety of the sector. And all of this will be announced for the first time on May 8 in Munich, from its stand in the new C6 pavilion.”

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