High capacity telehandlers for EMEA from Doosan

By Maria Hadlow22 September 2010

Doosan's  four new high capacity telehandlers are for markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Doosan's four new high capacity telehandlers are for markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment has entered the high capacity telehandler market with the launch of a four new models for markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Doosan says that the new telehandlers combine the flexibility of telescopic handlers with the power of wheeled loaders, the efficiency of rough terrain forklifts and the reach of mobile cranes. They can be combined with a variety of attachments and the operator and using buckets up to 4.5 m³ in volume, the telehandlers are suitable to loading applications.

Featuring leveling as standard, the telehandlers are compact, can be used off-road and can travel at speeds up to 36 km/h.

The smallest model in the range is the DT70 telehandler it has a maximum lift capacity of 7 t, a maximum lift height of 9.65 m and a maximum outreach of 5.4 m. The DT70 is driven by the Iveco NEF-TA diesel engine providing 93 kW of power at 2200 rpm.

The next larger model, the DT120, has a lift capacity of 12 t, a maximum lift height of 9.4 m and a maximum outreach of 4.9 m. Power is provided by the 106 kW Perkins 1104D-ETA diesel engine.

The two largest models - the DT160 and the DT210 - have a maximum lift height of 10.2 m and maximum forward reach of 5.15 m, with maximum lift capacities being 16 and 21 t, respectively. Both the DT160 and DT210 are driven by the Perkins 1106D-ETA diesel engine providing 146 kW of power at 2200 rpm.

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