Ausa adds another compact telehandler

07 April 2010

Ausa's T 133 H has a load capacity of 1300 kg at a maximum height of 2.7 m.

Ausa's T 133 H has a load capacity of 1300 kg at a maximum height of 2.7 m.

Ausa will use Bauma to add another compact telehandler to its Tauralift range.

Following the launch of the T 276 H and T 204 H models, the latest addition is the even smaller T 133 H, a machine with a load capacity of 1300 kg at a maximum height of 2.7 m.

Ausa said the machine's ability to lift, load, be used with a number of attachments and its transportability make it stand out in the compact handler market. "It maintains the concept of the versatile forklift with telescopic boom to which different implements can be attached", said Ausa, "These include a fork with side shift, bucket, grapple, Pelican scoop and Pelican forks.

The unit uses a hydraulic drive-axle system developed with French hydraulics specialist Poclain. "The new hydrobase coupled to the axle, a design patented by the company, is the result of a simplification of structure and parts which gives rise to a lighter and more compact system", said Ausa.

The T 133 H has 4x2 traction; a maximum speed of 20 km/h; and it can negotiate gradients of 31%. It is fitted with a 22.4 hp Kubota engine and one-gear hydrostatic transmission.

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