New Holland launches LM625 compact telehandler at INTERMAT 2012
New from New Holland: the LM625
New Holland is catering for growing demand for compact telehandlers with the launch of the LM625.
The new LM625 ‘all-access telehandler’,making its first appearance at the INTERMAT 2012 show, has been developed to work in tough conditions and confined spaces such as urban sites. It can carry up to 2.5tonnes at a height of up to 6m and brings the company’s telehandler range to eight models. Its operating weight is 4,800kg.
It has compact dimensions, with a height and width below 2m. The narrow turning radius of 3.4m has been designed for manoeuvrability. It features hydrostatic transmission for smooth control and has an auto-locking front axle to maximise pushing power. There is a choice of a 70hp aspirated or 84hp turbocharged engine.
The LM625 has single-lever controls with proportional control of the boom’s extension and retraction and auxiliary flow to help the operator to position the load with maximum precision, fast and efficiently.
There is a range of factory-fitted attachments. Couplers are available to allow fitting of skid steer loader and other brands’ attachments.
Hall: 5A Stand: G144 / J144