Liebherr is presenting at the 2015 INTERMAT the new telescopic handler TL 436-7 with 7 m lift height and 3.6 tonnes lift capacity.
The new telescopic handler is one out of three available models with lift capacities of 3,2 and 4,1 tonnes. During development, demands from companies in the construction industry and equipment hire were at the forefront.
Liebherr telescopic handlers score particularly highly with the infinitely variable hydrostatic travel drive, the sturdy overall structure, the safe, simple and convenient operation and the outstanding viewing conditions enabled by the new equipment design.
|Engine output||74 kW / 101 PS|
|Max. lifting capacity||3.600 kg|
|Max. lifting height||7 m|
|Max. forward reach||4 m|
High performing and efficient
The three telescopic handler models are powered by a new turbocharged Deutz construction machine engine with 74 kW / 101 HP. This engine is equipped as standard with an oxidisation catalyst and meets the requirements of the IIIB / tier 4i emissions legislation. For deployment on steep gradients where a higher pulling force is needed, Liebherr offers a larger capacity engine with an output of 90 kW / 122 HP and a greater hydraulic delivery rate.
Sturdy and universally deployable
The new telescopic handlers from Liebherr impress with their stability during loading and lifting. The newly designed frame and the balanced wheelbase give the machines a low centre of gravity. The heavy duty telescopic boom is articulated at a point deep in the frame. Powerful friction bearings allow smooth guidance with heavy loads and offer a high lifting force.
Safe and precise operation
The greatest importance was attached to the comfort and safety of the driver during the development of the equipment. Ergonomic control elements in a generously-sized driver cab allow work to be carried out in a relaxed manner. Large window panes, an uninterrupted windscreen, a newly designed driver console as well as the standard tilting steering column and low articulation point of the boom guarantee all-round visibility.
The single lever operation means that the telescopic handlers can be controlled with the utmost of precision. Moreover, the travelling direction switch integrated in the joystick makes it possible to change between forwards and reverse travel quick and easily.
Economic operation and low maintenance complexity
The optimal interaction of hydrostatic travel drive and diesel engine allows fuel savings to be gained particularly in operations where the direction of travel has to be changed frequently.
Easily accessible servicing points for the diesel engine and hydraulic system, as well as an optional central lubrication system including telescopic head, reduce the maintenance complexity to a minimum.