Haulotte has started shipping the new 3.2 tonne/ seven metre HTL 3207 telehandler, its most compact unit to date.
Unveiled as a prototype at Intermat last year, it can lift 2.5 tonnes to it maximum lift height of 6.85 metres or take 1.3 tonnes to its maximum forward reach of 3.8 metres.
Power comes from a Kohler - Tier IV Final - Stage 3B diesel, driving through a full hydrostatic transmission, offering a maximum road speed of 25kph.
The new model has an overall width of 2.26 metres, an overall height of 2.33 metres allowing it to squeeze into - or load and unload - a standard sea container. Overall length is 4.67 metres. The stabilisers fall within the machine’s overall width when fully set, while its overall weight with forks is just over seven tonnes.
The cab is just under a metre wide, with a large glazed area for maximum visibility, a fully adjustable seat with shock absorbers and 4 in 1 joystick for single handed operation. The load moment indicator includes an automatic cut off when operating in a danger zone, with automatic reset in case of a malfunction.
While the production version of this new model is now ready, Haulotte is not currently planning to attend a significant European exhibition this spring, so if you interested in seeing it, you will need to contact your local dealer. Or perhaps request an on site demonstration?