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Haulotte shrinks the telehandler


Friday, 3 May 2019 ( #922 )
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HTL 3207
Haulotte has introduced a new compact telescopic handler designed for tight job sites.

The HTL 3207 is equipped with hydrostatic transmission with an inching pedal for smooth and progressive driving.

The HTL 3207 has a length of 4.67 m and a maximum lift capacity of 3.2 T, with a lift height of 6.85 m.

In worksite mode, speed is limited to 8 km/h for improved safety; in road mode, the telehandler runs up to 25 km/h. It also features three driving modes: 2 WS, 4 WS or crab steer.

According to the manufacturer, maintenance operations are simple and fast to execute, improving the total cost of ownership of the machines.
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