50 kW – 150 kW
60 kW, 7.5 t, tractive effort 33 kN, ground speed 35 kph
1x HPV 55-02 CA (Propel drive)
1x HMV 165-02 EH1P-CA PTO (Propel drive)
1x VW12M3 (Valve block)
1x Electronic control unit (For valves)
Teleloaders are versatile and their greater lift heights compared with tractors or wheeled loaders make them virtually indispensable at modern farms and construction sites. This example design depicts a telehandler with a partly electronified Linde drive system.
The working hydraulic system has an electrically controlled directional control valve block in layer brazing technology with optimised channel design. The propel drive unit is controlled hydro-mechanically and offers high tractive effort even at low engine speeds for smooth starting and precise manoeuvring. The telehander is smooth at all times, even when heavily loaded.
The pump controller is set to optimally utilise the available engine power in every situation. The displacement of the CA-type pump depends on engine speed. As a result, it can be operated intuitively. The diesel speed is captured hydrostatically - very robust, pressure compensated and virtually independent of the temperature.
However, its star feature is the custom PTO motor with through drive shaft, integrated mounting points and directly attached brake. It is fitted directly between the cardan shafts. No gearbox is required, allowing for rapid reversing. The driver is free at all times to give his full attention to the load being moved.
This configuration with a larger hydraulic motor enables the gearbox to be omitted, eliminating gear noise, enhancing overall efficiency and allowing a smaller radiator to be used. In addition to the reduced weight, this also helps to save fuel. The configuration is still approximately one third lighter than a model with a smaller motor and manual gearbox.
For particularly high tractive effort requirements, Linde PTO motors are also available as double or tandem motors which operate at large volumes. They have slender radial dimensions and higher top speeds than single motors of the same volume.