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Hyundai gets heavy

Wednesday, 13 Sep 2017 ( #838 ) - Tessenderlo, Belgium
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Hyundai's compact 160D-9L
Hyundai Construction Equipment has launched the newest of its all-round heavy-duty diesel forklifts, the compact 160D-9L. The new truck fills the gap between the 160D-9 and 180D-9 and offers an increased load capacity, extra safety, cost-effectiveness and operator comfort.

The new 160D-9L has a lift capacity of 16 T and a load centre of 1,200 mm, with a chassis similar to that of the 18 T 180D-9. The new model, however, is 30 cm shorter, making it more suitable where working space is an issue.

The machine is powered by a Cummins QSB6.7 122 kW / 2,300 rpm engine, which offers optimised fuel consumption.

The machine is designed for heavy-duty applications to move large, heavy material such as timber, lumber, containers, concrete products and steel products.

The combination of a ZF full-automatic transmission and a Kessler front axle makes the 160D-9L easy to handle and shifting gear is a smooth operation.

The machine is equipped with a load-sensing hydraulic system which helps reduce fuel consumption.

Standard features include a speed limiter, while a load indicator is available as an optional extra. There is also an engine start limit feature to prevent unauthorised use.
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