Haulotte launches compact telehandler

By Euan Youdale26 April 2019

Haulotte compact

Haulotte has launched its most compact telehandler to date. The HTL 3207 has a lift capacity of 3.2 tonnes, up to a height of 6.85m. With a short turning radius and a length of 4.67m, the machine is designed access narrow spaces in construction and industrial-related settings.

The new compact telehandler is user friendly with an inching pedal and a spacious and ergonomic cab, which provides a high level of visibility and has a fully adjustable seat with shock absorbers.

The 4-in-1 joystick gives precise movements, and all controls, including the parking brake button, have been positioned to be easily accessible according to frequency of use. The load moment indicator is positioned to be easily read and includes an automatic cut off when a tilting risk occurs and automatic reset.

Thanks to its 20-inch tyres, the machine can easily negotiate gaps. In worksite mode, speed is limited to 8 km/h, while in road mode, the telehandler runs up to 25 km/h. There are three driving modes: two-wheel steer, four-wheel steer and crab steer, and a range of accessories.

A diagnostic tool provides key information about the functioning of the telehandler. A backlit electronic dashboard centralises all information about operating status of for continuous monitoring. All the engine assembly components are easily accessible.

 

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