AUSA’s rigid telehandler gets traction control and rear-steer axle
Ausa's T 144 H is the first rigid telehandler with traction control and a steering rear axle
Barcelona-based Ausa will use Bauma to reveal its new T 144 H Plus ultra-compact telehandlers, which the manufacturer claims is the most powerful for its size in the world. Equipped with a host of new technology from development partner Bosch Rexroth, the T 144 H is the first rigid telehandler with high-efficiency traction control and a steering rear axle, according to the company. The machine will use less fuel and generate less noise and heat than its predecessors as well.
Also on show will be the new Ausa B200 4x4x4 sweeper, washer and snow clearer. The manufacturer will be highlighting these 3 very different implements for the B200 and the way in which they can be used and changed at speed. Different tools will allow the machine to operate 365 days a year for a very low investment. A VW engine, electronics and hydraulics by Bosch-Rexroth and the smallest turning radius in the market are also going to be key competitive advantages for the B200. The unit allows the unit to shed its 3 demountable bodies quickly, and all can be stored separately on their own legs.
Other innovations on the Ausa stand include an the exclusive fork positioner with integrated side shift as well as an electrohydraulic weighing system of the load that increases the quality and reduces the manufacturing costs for the X 1100 RH concrete mixer.