Haulotte introduces its most compact telehandler

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Haulotte has developed its most compact telescopic handler capable of performing efficiently in the tightest of jobsites.

Completing the range, the HTL 3207 is the smallest of the firm’s four compact models and the ninth in its entire telehandler range.

Measuring 4.67m in length, 2.26m wide and 2.33m tall, the machine also has a turning radius (outside wheels) of 3.7m meters.

With a maximum lift capacity of 3,200kg, the 7,030kg telehandler can lift a load of 2,500kg to the full height of 6.85m, while it has a maximum forward reach of 3.8m.

Available with either a Perkins Tier III/Stage 3A engine or a less powerful Kohler Tier IV-Final/Stage 3B option, the vehicle offers 55.4kW (75hp) of power at 2,200rpm or 70kW (94hp) at 2,300rpm, as well as 375Nm or 392Nm of torque at 1,400 rpm. To ensure safety, ‘worksite mode’ limits its speed to 8km/h, while on road it can reach 25km/h and can be driven in two-wheel, four-wheel drive or crab steering. Both engines come with a hydrostatic transmission and 120-liter fuel tank.

Inside the operator space, a 4-in-1 joystick enables precise control of all the machine’s movements and all other controls (such as the parking brake) have been strategically positioned for ease of access, while the fully adjustable seat comes equipped with shock absorbers for added comfort.

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