Haulotte unveils ConExpo product lineup

18 January 2017

Haulotte will debut the HT85 at ConExpo 2017.

Haulotte will debut the HT85 at ConExpo 2017.

Haulotte Group will use ConExpo, March 7-11 in Las Vegas, to showcase eight of its products. The company has also teased new products, but didn't give details. Among the lineup will be the U.S. premier of the company’s HT85 RTJ O boom.

Also on stand will be the STAR 13 Picking vertical mast, HA46 RTJ articulated boom, HA61 RTJ articulated boom, HT67 RTJ rough terrain telescopic boom, 6543 A trailer-mounted boom, Optimum 1931 AC scissor lift, and Compact 2632 E scissor lift.

The 85-foot HT85 boom, shown for the first time as the HT28 at Bauma China in November last year, has an outreach of 78 feet, 2 inches and has a number of new features and options for workers' safety.

The Activ'Lighting system-safe load will be available to the market for the first time on the HT85. The system features lighting on several points around the machine, making loading and unloading easier. The unit will also have Haulotte's Activ'Shield Bar 2.0 which provides crushing protection for users.

The HT85 will also have an optional dual load capacity of 500/770 pounds. In the 770-pound mode, the platform can accommodate an extra 40 percent of equipment by weight, the company said. The unit also will have an oscillating axle; hydraulic differential wheel lock; high ground clearance and gradeability up to 45 percent.

Also on hand will be the HA46 RTJ boom lift which features a full lifting speed of 40 seconds, a modular basket that can be changed in or out in an hour and overall fuel reduction of 15 percent.

Haulotte's booth is in the Gold Lot at G-3155.

For more information, see the March ConExpo supplement in Access, Lift & Handlers or the ConExpo show guide in Access Internationals’ January/February issue.

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