Ausa adds compact telehandler

By Patrick Hill23 April 2009

Ausa has made the T 276 easy to access for service.

Ausa has made the T 276 easy to access for service.

From compact equipment specialist Ausa comes the 2700 kg capacity, 6.1 m lift height Tauralift T 276 H. The new, 5000 kg machine joins the 2000 kg capacity, 4 m lift height T 204 model, launched last year to establish the Spanish company's telescopic handler line.

A 62.3 kW Kubota V3600T engine powers the T 276 H, which features total joystick control, a hydraulic quick attachment mechanism, and a tilting cab for maintenance access. Optional equipment includes: semi-enclosed or fully-enclosed cab with heater, air conditioning, and 700 l bucket.

Ausa expects to complete its range of telehandlers with a third machine by the beginning of 2010. Josep Soler, export manager, told IRN that it will be "quite similar" to the T 204 and T 276, but smaller -- less than 1.5 t in weight -- than its older brothers.

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