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The bonnet has been specially designed to reduce noise. In addition, the ICARUS 40.14 can be equipped with a separator prefilter applied to the air filter, which protects against dust and abrasive particles, providing increased efficiency and longer engine life.
Hydrostatic transmission – The optimal transmission solution for the working mode of telehandlers that are required in a wide range of applications but less when traveling long distances
3 modes to turn:
“Normal” (front wheels only),
“Coordinated” (front and rear wheels in opposite directions),
“Crab” (front and rear wheels in the same direction, parallel).
“Inching pedal” – dedicated pedal in the cab, to reduce travel speed (stop) while maintaining engine speed and maximum load in the hydraulic system
Compensation cylinder positioned inside the boom lift cylinder – ensures permanent load balancing, leading to increased durability of the telescopic boom.
This technical solution – patented by DIECI – is clearly superior in terms of system reliability and maintenance costs, compared to other construction solutions based on a separate hydraulic cylinder.
ROPS / FOPS approved cabin, modern, ergonomic, spacious, with generous glazed surfaces that allow a very good visibility in all directions. The control system is simple, intuitive and comfortable to use.
The components used (engine, axles, hydraulics, electronics, computer) come from the most famous manufacturers in the field, as well as the special steel sheet from which the telescopic arm is made, all to obtain a final product of high quality and reliability.
Engine power: 114 HP
Operational weight: 10,900 kg
Maximum payload handled: 4,000 kg
Maximum lifting height: 13.4 m
Light material bucket 0,8 t/mc
General duty bucket,
Extensible front basket
Extensible trilateral basket
Extension tresles with winch
Special pereparation for front basket
Special pereparation for winch or extension tresles with winch
Special pereparation for extensible trilateral basket
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