Faresin to show fully electric telehandler at bauma
Faresin Industries says that it is offering highly technological models to complete and upgrade its telehandler product range (Small range, Compact range, Middle range, Heavy Duty range, Big range), meeting handling needs.
The models start at a height of 6 metres to reach 17 metres with maximum load capacity from 2.6 up to 7.0 tons; the machines presented at bauma will be:
- 6.26 Classic 52 (Small Range)
- 8.40 VPSe 100 (Middle Range)
- 9.60 HLS 74 (Heavy Duty Range)
- 14.42 Classic 75 (Big Range)
- 17.40 Classic 55 (Big Range)
Each model can be set up in different configurations that differ in performance and options.
E-telehandler: an electrifying future
Faresin Industries will present a Fully Electric telescopic handler that promises to eliminate emissions and excessive noise.
This machine will use the same chassis as the 6.26 telehandler.
By eliminating emissions and significantly reducing the noise level, it will improve the comfort of use indoors, in historical centres, and in densely populated areas, and will improve safety. This telehandler can be used during activities or at times where engine noise would otherwise be a limiting factor.
6.26 Classic 52, improved visibility
The 6.26 Classic 52 telescopic handler, a model of the Small Range, now has a newly designed engine bonnet that better dissipates the heat generated by the engine and, most importantly, improves the visibility of blind spots for the operator.
8.40 VPSe 100: saving time and consumption
For the 8.40 VPSe 100 telehandler, a model of the Middle Range, the Faresin Industries R&D Centre has focused on an increase in work performance, with significant savings in time and consumption, thanks to a better utilization of hydraulic power.
- The new Load Sensing circuit of 180 litres/min at 250 bar guarantees top-level performance in boom movements, allowing the users to manage multiple activities simultaneously without losing fluidity and without increasing consumption.
- Thanks to the Ecofast valve that recovers the power of the hydraulic oil, the return movements of the boom have been made less demanding for the engine, thus allowing it to offer greater performance for other activities like handling, lifting, etc.
- The engine has been upgraded and it now complies with the Stage IV / Tier 4 Final emission regulations. It is a turbocharged 4-cylinder Deutz AG, TCD 3.6 series with 100 kW of power.
- Transmission efficiency has been increased, thanks to the latest generation of electronic control, more precise and efficient, reaching 40 km/h. High transport performance and greater flexibility of use of the machine together with lower consumption.
9.60 HLS 74: upgraded power unit
The 9.60 HLS 74 handler of the Heavy Duty Range series, a machine designed for intensive use, has been upgraded:
- To comply with the emission regulations, by introducing the new Deutz AG TCD 3.6 series with 74.4 kW of power, a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with low consumption levels;
- To facilitate manoeuvrability, by introducing an electronically controlled hydrostatic transmission with four different driving modes, 4-wheel drive, 4-wheel steering system, and 3 steering modes;
- To facilitate an intensive use, the hydraulic circuit has been equipped with a Load Sensing pump of 152 L/min at 250 bar.
14.42 Classic 74 and 17.40 Classic 55: hydrostatic transmission for better manoeuvrability
The Big Range series boasts models capable of reaching a maximum height of 17 metres and a load capacity of up to 4.5 tons.
This model, like the one presented at the fair, the 17.40, can be equipped with 55.4 kW Deutz Stage IIIB engines, which guarantee reduced consumption, high performance, and easy maintenance, thanks to the longitudinal arrangement and the absence of AdBlue for the exhaust gas post-treatment system. In cases where greater power is required, you can opt for the 74.4 kW Stage IV models.
The Bosch Rexroth hydrostatic transmission makes the use and performance of the machine even easier, both in precision work and in heavy work, such as the use of the bucket, for which the standard loader mode has been introduced.
The standard equipment includes front stabilizers, side levelling, and the Queen Cab, which increases visibility and comfort for the operator. Options include rear axle locking.