New style Ausa dumpers

09 April 2018

Ausa t144 h working

The Ausa Taurulift T144H Plus telehandler can be transported on a conventional light trailer

A new style for Ausa dumpers will be unveiled at Intermat – a totally redesigned concept that it said would set the line for the future of the company.

Among its features are the equipping of telematics, a Start & Stop system, the Full Visibility System, an improvement in several safety parts, and its different driving modes for a more efficient fuel consumption.

Introduced in 2017, the D450AHG will be sold from April this year. Ausa is increasing its capacity range with this new 4.5 tonne dumper, which it said fitted a need in the construction sector.

At Intermat, it will be equipped with the Full Visibility System – a safety system that provides two cameras with infrared night-vision, eight proximity sensors and a TFT screen in the driver’s position.

It is technology taken from the automotive sector, and Ausa said it provided the operator with total vision of their surroundings, allowing them to be constantly aware of elements both in front and to the rear of the vehicle that are lost in their direct field of vision.

Other Ausa machines on show at Intermat will include the D 100 AHA, the company’s most compact dumper; the Taurulift T144H Plus telehandler, which, thanks to its reduced weight of 2,400kg and compactness at 1,405mm, can be transported on a conventional light trailer; and the Ausa T235H, which is the biggest telehandler from the company.

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